1965! Toyota Stout

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  1. Shadetree

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    1965 Toyota Stout
    The truck was used on a ranch in Oregon before it was acquired as a non-running project. Subsequent work to bring it to running condition included servicing the brakes and installing a Weber carburetor, a replacement exhaust system, fuel lines, wheel cylinders, new battery, new alternator. distributor cap, rotor, spark plugs, driveline has new bearings and has been balanced, new fuel lines were installed. All wiring brought back to stock and all gauges work!!!!!! (Except for temp, aftermarket temp gauge installed under dash!!!!!)I have records beginning in 2017, spare parts, and a clean Washington title.
    The 1.9L 3R-B inline-four has been fitted with a Weber 32/36 DGV carburetor and is linked with a four-speed column-shift manual.

    This is Toyota’s first import to the USA. Only 4000 sold and most have since found their way to the crusher. F45087B1-A57F-4B61-99E2-D93DACD80511.jpeg 48D73E69-8D80-44CD-A558-7A18DCA392F9.jpeg
     

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  2. Pearce

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    Nice rig. I'm confused by it being the first toyota import in America. Toyopet was in America first in the 50's then the land cruiser.
     
  3. Shadetree

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    I apologize first Toyota truck
     
  4. Eddietech

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    Is this for sale? I’m not seeing a price. Sorry if I missed it.
     
  5. Shadetree

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    Yes it is. Asking 17k but love a good trade
     
  6. Eddietech

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    She’s a beauty, where did you end up finding spare parts for it?
     
  7. Shadetree

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    Thanks........ well it depends.

    how far along is your project? What do you need? I can pass on some places that helped source parts.

    a lot of stuff came from Australia as they still have plenty of stouts there.

    some shit I had to completely rebuild.

    anyways let me know how I can help you and I’ll try my best my good man
     

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