Everyone has probably heard of the Where's Waldo pictures. Well I decided to play "Where's Gnarvan" today. I went shopping at Costco and took this picture as I was standing by the exit door trying to remember where I parked. Can you find Gnarvan in the crowded parking lot?
The older I get the more I'm going to appreciate this.
Gnarvan 1992 E350 Clubwagon
Advanced 4WD Systems Conversion
Sotar Legend 12.5' X 22" Cataraft
2003 BMW R1150GS-Adventure
2013 BMW R1200GS-Adventure
'95 SMB E350 Quigley 7.3 https://www.taylorarts.com
... If you have to ask, you'll never understand...
"... torpedo'd, because we don't generally cotton to bullshit around here." -jage
"... do they ooch apart in the night?" -Dia
2003 Ford E-350SD 4x4
V10 / 4R100 / NV271
Front Axle - 1 Ton Spec Dana 60/King Pin/Open Knuckle/High Steer
Rear Axle - 1 Ton Spec Dana 60/Full Floating
Eaton E-Lockers Front And Rear/4:10 Gears
ARB Differential Covers - Nodular Iron With Dipstick And Drain Plug
Leaf Spring Suspension Front And Rear
46 Gal Transfer-Flow Fuel Tank
ExtremeAire Magnum Air Compressor
Reunel Rear Bumper
On And On ...
That's funny, good reason to pop the top when you park at the mall, but that would probably be a slight security risk. However, in my part of the world, where you see one SMB every decade or so, it might be safe. I would be there would be enough people stopping by to look at a popped top that no evildoers would have time to tamper with it.
Where is Gnarvan? The person not the van. Did a Toyota forum steal him away?
I'm still here. I do have to admit I've been spending a lot of time with the FJ40 though. Haven't found a good FJ forum yet. I should though, getting information on a 40 year old Toyota is a little tougher than getting info on a 20 year old E350.
I did order a rear bumper/tire carrier/cooler setup for the FJ. I about choked when I saw it weighed 185 pounds.