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!
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.
Toyota number 209 in my quest to illustrate every body style. There aren't many third-gen Tacomas sold in Access Cab configuration, so it was a little trickier to find a unique one. Finally discovered @mainlineoverland and their range of swappable toppers that include this sweet camper.
Here's a guy that likes adventure so much that he built an entire business and lifestyle around it... then chose a Tacoma to get him there. Number 193 in my quest to illustrate all 260 Toyota model variations, I can see the light at the end of the tunnel! Thanks @defconbrix for making this drawing enjoyable!
I've often wondered why there aren't more trucks sliding sideways on the track, but not so for @sdxrunner619. He took a nice little X-Runner, ripped out her heart and replaced it with a 6.0L LS2, one of my favorite engines. The result is a perfect solution for removing excess tread from those round rubber things.
Enough with these bagged and lowered Tacomas, let's get a little altitude from North Carolina, thanks to @bsmitty89. Number 176 in my quest to illustrate every single Toyota ever sold in the states.
Another rare stepside, second day in a row. The Tacoma stepside was only made from 2000-2003 and wasn't available on doublecab models. This one is parked on the street near my home and reminds me fondly of those great 80s. I used to pore through every Truckin' magazine from cover to cover. I was to young to own a car, but I loved the creativity, splashy colors and neat engineering that went into each project.
I was actually looking for a lifted Tacoma when I happened across this bagged Tacoma owned by @ther3dbaron. The patina hooked me and I wanted to try to replicate it using vector... not totally excited about how it turned out, but dammit, it's good enough. Red Baron, what do ya think?