It took a few weeks, but finally @81kp61 sealed his fifth Sneak Peek win and earned a free illustration. This is his rare supercharged Toyota Tundra Ivan Stewart Edition in Stellar Blue Pearl. You can win a free illustration by playing the daily Sneak Peek guessing game every morning. Check my recent posts and you'll figure out how it works. Good luck!
Another rare Toyota today, but from the current millenium. Had to virtually travel to Dubai in order to find a step-side Tundra to add to my Toyota illustration collection. @ikramdurrani sure looks like he's having a good time over there riding dirtbikes and racing cars around. Thanks for going out of your way to get me access to your truck for this project!
My brain can't think of anything clever to write today, so sorry @sambo995. This Tundra Double Cab is number 159 in my quest to illustrate every single Toyota. Looks good on some Hostile Exiles and a few-inch lift. Makes me miss my ol' Ram... might have to get another lifted truck soon. Sam, your shit is TOO clean! I wanna see some mud up on that glossy white finish!
Number 140 in my quest to illustrate every Toyota model. Let's visit @toyotatundra05 in Ontario and ask him why his Tundra breaks down all of the time. Seriously, my 2001 was indestructible!
This was fun, thanks @rutledgewood. In my quest to illustrate every single Toyota model ever sold in the states, this lowered and flared shorty was by far the most exciting regular cab Tundra I could find. I love it, what do you guys think?
Just got back from a week of camping along the Deschutes River and an old friend brought his Tundra along. There were over a dozen Tundras parked in campsites along the river, but Jeremy's was the only Rock Warrior edition.
It's been a minute since I threw one of my cars into the mix. This Tundra replaced a T100 regular cab that just didn't have enough butt space, so adding little back seats was very helpful. What was not helpful was the fact that this was only 2WD, but I made up for that by attaching every little accessory I could find. Didn't help.
Just down the street form my house is a friendly neighborhood wheel and tire shop that has been there for decades. The owner rocks this beautiful 1794 Edition CrewMax and I'm hoping that illustrating it will get me some brownie points next time I need my wheels mounted and balanced.