Ru55ell had an 86 4runner he had dubbed Blue Ox. It was getting old and he wanted to upgrade, so he purchased a 2005 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab 4×4 and named it Blue Ox II. It started out basically stock – it came with a K&N cold air intake and a ranch hand brush guard […]
Starting life as an old truck bed, Mr. Leary patiently converted this old trailer into a camping trailer. Mr. Leary got impatient waiting for a military trailer, so he just bought something cheap to start with as a base since his plans were to cut it all up anyhow. The first thing Mr. Leary did […]
Starting with a basically stock 1999 4Runner SR5, it wasn’t long and stock parts were being taken off, and rugged offroad accessories were put in their place. From the RRO super sliders to the ARB front bumper, some of these parts are straight from off road manufacturers. And then there’s the rear storage boxes, and […]
Corey took his brand new 2007 FJ Cruiser, and started adding aftermarket parts to it when it still had less than 100 miles on the clock! Built for overland and expedition style adventures, this build also had to take into account being a daily driver vehicle. You can tell, by the way the interior of […]
Starting out life as a 2001 4runner with a few simple mods like a clean fuel filter and upgraded air filter, and of course some better offroad tires. Add some better offroad tires, offroad bumpers and winch, a lift kit, a roof cargo rack, a snorkel, and you get one sweet 4runner!
This build filled its purposes. The design requirements for a stealth camper were: something cheap and easy to maintain simple and cheap to purchase and customize able to slip in places campers aren’t allowed to park overnite such as truck stops, rest areas, shopping center parking lots, etc. able to live off the grid for […]
Starting with a 17 foot ex-UHaul box truck build on an E-350 chassis, this toy hauler conversion is minimal and quick. The first step was to get rid of the orange and white to make it blend in a little better. The U-haul colors were covered with flat black. After the paint was done, the […]
This low budget toy hauler project was built by a father and son. It started life as a 7.3 liter diesel U-Haul truck. It isn’t fancy, but functional and has air conditioning, 120 volt and 12 volt systems, a 1500watt inverter, water tank, water heater, grey water tank and a work bench. There is lots […]
Pirate4x4 user ‘toyboat’ featured his build of a 1985 Toyota extended cab pickup truck. In late 2005, he purchased the truck for $2000, and started posting his buildup thread. On a very tight budget, progress was kind of slow, but moving none the less!