Toyota Hilux dual cab, 1986 Good Points Leaf spring/solid axle is easy to lift, flex and get good clearance. Diesel is cheaper than petrol and burns slower. Diesel has great torque down low where its needed. No power steering and I have arms of steel. hahaha Its a dual cab so I can take some kids with me when I go wheeling. No computerized stuff so its easy to work on at home. Its a hilux and its tuff!! Bad Points Leaf springs are as hard as a rock when it comes to holes, bumps and speedhumps. Diesel engine so bugger all power. No power steering. Its a dual cab so I can take some kids with me when I go wheeling. Rust is a problem for early luxes. What mods have you done? Cut down tray and exhaust, Superior Engineering adjustable torque rod, 2inch body lift, CD player, 6inch speakers, seatcovers, DIY flares, DIY diif breathers, DIY centre console, 35inch Claws on 15x8 sunnys, also have 33inch TSL Super Swampers on 15x8 King sunnys, custom 3inch stainless steel snorkel, Tough Dog RTC steering damper, UHF, just finished a cab swap, fitted IFS rear springs, flipped Ubolts, 200mm extended rear shackles, inverted rear shocks, Bilstein 10inch shocks in rear, Nissan bucket seats(in front). What mods are on the list to do? Some spotlights, steering wheel, RUF, extended front shackles, dropped front crossmember, track bar for the rear, shock hoops, Bilstein shocks, hi-steer and power steering, CT20 turbo kit, 3inch exhaust, Exedy clutch, custom tube front bar, sliders, custom steel tray/rollbar, exo cage, reduction gears or twin transfers, Why did you buy this vehicle? I swapped it for my 90mod 4runner, it was IFS and I wanted a solid axle front for offroad use, clean swap and all it cost me was $120 to keep my personalised plates. How often do you go offroad? Not often enough. What will your next vehicle be? Probably a cheap runaround so I can do a strip down rebuild of the lux.