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    Quote Originally Posted by ToyRCota88 View Post
    Great Job Flipping this TRX4... Im not a fan of the TRX4 some kinda truck. But you did a great job with it and I actually really like what youve done.
    Totally agree! love the fact the TRX4 Sport had less electronics but the body kept me away. Camper Body though adds a lot to the looks of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pera2008 View Post
    i like it a lot
    Thank you!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BMOW71 View Post
    Wow, that is a great idea! Great job!


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    Thanks so much... Glad the old body lined up inside the new one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewGuy View Post
    Good job making it yours.
    That's what its all about. Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by imthatguy View Post
    I think you did a lovely job! Paint is great. Anybody should be happy to drive it.
    Thanks again Matt! I think the current Budget Build helped inspired me to enjoy this more! Looking forward to the interior ideas ya have! Cheers!

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    Finally got to the rear hatch/door... this truck now reminds me of 1984/85/86 when all the “cool kids” got a new 85 Toyota. It was a very popular truck. So my wife and I now call this truck “Chad” a tribute of the obnoxious guys from our high school days, who years later can’t let go of their high school days. Stickers should say it all.

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    Please note scale stick as the hydraulics on early camper shells were horrible.

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