Imagine, if you will, speeding down a dark two-lane road in the middle of the night somewhere near Hilton Head, South Carolina. Suddenly, cherries light up from the shoulder and a police vehicle pulls out in pursuit of your Tundra. As soon as the initial shock of being busted wears off, you realize that the red and blue flashing lights in your rearview are a whole lot taller than they should be – in fact, they sit at exactly the same height as your own roofline.
How is this possible? The answer is that you’ve been pulled over by a Tundra Police Truck – a.k.a. the Stokes Brown Toyota Tundra Public Safety Truck.
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Here is a list of all the cars that were at the show:
2011 Scion iQ “Pit Boss” by Cartel
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Toyota has teamed up with DC Shoes and West Coast Customs to create the Ultimate Motocross Truck. The truck was built using a Toyota Tundra full-size pickup and was introduced at the 2011 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. The modifications on this custom Tundra were made with the Motocross rider in mind and will allow it to conquer the roughest terrain.
West Coast Customs took a Tundra Double Cab 4WD with the 5.7 liter V8 and six-speed automatic transmission and built-in an array of modifications. The truck also has the standard Tundra bed and is a Flex Fuel vehicle. The modifications begin with a suspension lift by Camburg Racing ups its total ground clearance while shocks by Fox Racing and General 35 x 12.5 x 18 inch tires mounted to KMC 18 x 9 inch wheels give it superior balance and stability. Line-X contributes custom rough-texture paint, bumpers and side steps are done by N-Fab, accessories are by Matrix and the stereo system is by Diamond and Pioneer with cables and connections added by Monster.