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  1. Standard member pawnpaw
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    19 Oct '15 07:21
    Everybody was wondering where ISIS got their fleet of Toyota's that you see with every news bulletin on the world news. Toyota Landcruisers, Hiluxes, most of them changed to battlefield conditions.

    And the rumour went that the Toyota company were supporting them.
    Which they promptly denied, " We do not support terrorists."

    And then... http://yournewswire.com/isis-and-toyota-truck-mystery-solved/

    Tadaa !
  2. 19 Oct '15 12:59
    Originally posted by pawnpaw
    Everybody was wondering where ISIS got their fleet of Toyota's that you see with every news bulletin on the world news. Toyota Landcruisers, Hiluxes, most of them changed to battlefield conditions.

    And the rumour went that the Toyota company were supporting them.
    Which they promptly denied, " We do not support terrorists."

    And then... http://yournewswire.com/isis-and-toyota-truck-mystery-solved/

    Tadaa !
    I would think they could use this for advertisement.

    After all, they are reliable and can withstand a desert war.
  3. Standard member pawnpaw
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    19 Oct '15 14:56
    Originally posted by whodey
    I would think they could use this for advertisement.

    After all, they are reliable and can withstand a desert war.
    And they do a good job at the world's toughest desert race.
    http://www.dakar.com/dakar/2016/us/out-of-race/news-2016.html
  4. 21 Oct '15 10:25
    Originally posted by pawnpaw
    Everybody was wondering where ISIS got their fleet of Toyota's that you see with every news bulletin on the world news. Toyota Landcruisers, Hiluxes, most of them changed to battlefield conditions.

    And the rumour went that the Toyota company were supporting them.
    Which they promptly denied, " We do not support terrorists."

    And then... http://yournewswire.com/isis-and-toyota-truck-mystery-solved/

    Tadaa !
    Toyota should demand a public apology from the US government.
  5. 21 Oct '15 16:37
    Originally posted by pawnpaw
    And they do a good job at the world's toughest desert race.
    http://www.dakar.com/dakar/2016/us/out-of-race/news-2016.html
    My 1997 FourRunner, has in excess of 250,000 miles on it and runs like a top.