Toyota @ War
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Toyota @ War
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1947 Toyopet ~ the original post-war Toyota Not at war, but pretty cool
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1947 Toyopet Model SA
1947 Toyota Toyopet Model SA
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Pickup Trucks of the Libyan Liberation
Wannabe Toyota Hopefully they can avoid becoming soldiers, rebels or pirates
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Toyota :) I'm not sure where exactly this is, but it so could be in South Africa. So funny - had to pin it!!
Only Slightly Modified.
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Bad gas mileage with all that weight on the rear springs...
technical - when life doesn't give you military vehicles, make technicals - Somalia's greatest contribution to humanity
Improvised armored truck, skulls and all
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Ford super duty gun truck.
Reinforce those windows and you have a zombie apocalypse vehicle!
Impressive when Toyotas are converted into mobile missile platforms
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Russian helicopter rocket launching pod on improvised ground mounting...location unknown, probably in Africa
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A rebel fighter rests on a weapon mounted on the back of a pickup truck on the front line between them and Muammar el-Qaddafi forces, 30 km south of Misurata, on May 27, 2013. (Photo by Rodrigo Abd/AP Photo)
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Libyan rebels attack government troops as a natural gas facility burns near Ras Lanuf, Libya on March 9, 2011.
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Libyan rebels attack government troops as a natural gas facility burns on the frontline on March 9, 2011, near Ras Lanuf, Libya. Nice Road Warrior Technical Vehicle
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A group of armed men and boys in a Toyota pickup near Takya, right along the Pakistani-Afghan border
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Indonesia this time....
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ODA 574 of the 5th Special Forces Group in Tarin Kowt, Afghanistan, November 30th 2001.
OK, it's not really a Toyota at war, but this Top Gear truck would certainly be bought as a trophy by any Somali pirate or Libyan rebel
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Toyota Truck es muy util
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Top Gear Polar Challenge in a Toyota HiLux (Tacoma to U.S. readers): 50 mm suspension lift, 38 inch snow studded tires, 180 liter diesel fuel tank, coolant fuel temperature heaters, cold-ready front rear differential locks, front rear bull bars, KC xenon spotlights, African outback carrying case, Garmin GPS, Iridium satellite phone, VHF radios, on-board cameras, auxiliary electric system, and a plethora of survival gear.
Toyota: first car to the North Pole.
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The Taliban really love Toyotas, most of them smuggled in from Pakistan. When asked by the NY Times about the affinity for their brand, Wade Hoyt, Toyota's NY spokesman, put the best corporate spin on the situation shortly after 9/11. "It is not our proudest product placement," he said. "But it shows that the Taliban are looking for the same qualities as any truck buyer: durability and reliability."