No Tacomas. No Subarus. Nothing electronic except the ignition. Nothing typical just a 1975 Toyota Chinook with tire chains. Livable, workable, and room to store a snowboard under the pop top. www.thechinook.com
Joined: Thu Nov 18, 2004 5:07 am Posts: 607 Location: Montana
I'm lovin this rig more the longer I have it. She came with some issues but after some psychotherapy she's mostly stable. FWD so snow isn't a huge issue, enough HP to pull a bile behind, and 14-17 mpg. Being FWD I keep getting told I can't get it lifted for more ground clearance which would be super nice but she didn't cost me much and she gets me there....so far
Joined: Fri Aug 31, 2012 9:35 am Posts: 30 Location: Valdez, Alaska
My little Taco works fine. The boyfriend has a Dodge Ram Megacab that works better - heated seats and lots of room inside for friends and gear, and plenty of towing capacity. For longer trips it eats a lot of gas, and it would be cool to have a Vanagon or a truck camper so we'd have a nice place to crash and could still tow the sleds.