Discussion in '1995 - 2004 Toyota Tacoma' started by Nathan, Feb 17, 2013.
It’s got 255000 miles original engine and trans. Title will be in my name when I die!!!
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Welcome.. That's a nice 1st gen
Welcome, very clean 1st gen...
I gotta get some better pics...
Still the prettiest impulse red pearl 2004 on the road.
You should upgrade your digital camera.
@4wd taking a picture. There’s his desktop computer in the background.
What is that contraption?
It’s a bunch of control boards with a knob and a cassette tape. Lol.
I liked your post , but I hate you...
Well that's a videocassetterecorder....duh !!
You know you love it. Ive noticed you choose to ignore our taunting most of the time now..... either that or your Tandy 1000 doesn’t fire up as often.
I like giving you a hard time man but I’m just picking on ya. That terrible wig pic started it all.
Touché sir. I should have figured that out. Lol. The cassette looked too small for a video recorder but I guess that’s some advanced technology with a smaller tape.
You’re the A/V expert.
To the youngsters, that was referred to as a VCR ask your parents about them. Back when moving a tv could give you a hurnea! Haha!
I’m probably older than you man. I do remember lugging those tv’s that were like a Buick with a picture tube.
When you bought them and put them in the house they stayed where they were at. And when they broke we’d put a smaller one on top of it.
You probably are a lil older than me, however I grew up in a trailer park so it's like being 10 years behind most of the time anyways. We also had a tv on top of another tv. The bottom tv stopped showing color and it became the Nintendo tv, the 27" Panasonic sat on top. We were movin on up!
Haha. We had a 13” black and white for the Nintendo. I’ve got my original NES hooked up now. I play on a 55” 4K HD now though. Big difference.
It’s actually the first digital camera made by Kodak in 1975.
I can’t hook mine up any more my new TV only has HDMI. Also you can’t play duck hunt on the new TV’s. I almost kept my sony 36” trinitron just so I could duck hunt.
I still have my Atari up in the attic. I just haven’t been able to get rid of it. I have the Sega 16bit up there to.
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