Another Sneak Peek winner! @96toyotatercel correctly guessed five of the daily Sneak Peak hints and earned a free illustration. Here's his Tacoma 4x4. You, too, can win a free illustration by guessing every morning!
Another Sneak Peak winner here! @eduarson26.exe correctly guessed the daily Sneak Peak five times and won a free illustration. He chose to have his team's official race car featured. Here in the states we never got the new Scirocco (maybe VW thought it would cannibalize sales of the GTI?) so I've admired them from afar. Now it's just a little bit closer.
There's about to be a waterfall of winners here, and the first is @carsinaz. He correctly guessed five Sneak Peek points and earned a free feature. This clean little WRX wearing Corvette sawblades looks fun to drive!
Big fat line through the last Tacoma on my list. Three generations and eight cab variants, this regular cab second-gen was once owned by @masa_collector in Japan. I think this guy has a serious Toyota truck infection and it's contagious. Over the past year he's had more of them than anyone else I've stumbled across.
I've spent over an hour trying to track down owners of some rare Toyotas for this project, but at least when I need to find a dope late-model big-body lexus it only takes seconds. Enter @nat7272's LS460L, VIP to the bone. Now only 39 variants left in my quest to illustrate every Toyota model ever sold in the US.
Not easy to find a cleanly-modified first-generation Lexus RX300. So.... I was bored and wanted to do a crazy wheel I'd never done before. 28" chrome on blue Dub Da U straight up donk wheels with the appropriate rubberbandery not quite protecting the lips. Kaboom! Thanks for the source, acewhips.net!
Another Sneak Peek game winner! Congrats to @bradbentonn for his persistence in guessing every morning until he earned five points. He chose to have his Mada 3 illustrated, and if you win then you can choose to have your own car featured on IDYC. Good luck!
Number 221 in my quest to illustrate every Toyota model ever sold in the US. Japan resident @akio0530's Toyota Windom was purchased before Lexus existed in its home country, but is identical to the Lexus ES330 here in the states.