This may take some time, I am off to a good start. There is not much to see yet, but I can say it will be built with nice parts. This 91' came with a few decent upgrades and few I need to get rid of. I was happy to see a nice pair of torsion bars but it has a mono leaf rear and blocks (gotta replace that stuff asap). I think what sold me on it was the set of Volk/Rays 3 piece wheels with new tires. I am impressed with the HID conversion headlamps and LED's for every other bulb as well. The 4Runner front clip looks clean but turns out it was rigged together and needs some proper attention to be corrected. The worst part about this purchase has to be the engine. It knocked so bad I almost passed up buying the truck at all. But I thought to myself that this was my chance to own a Toyota since its problems made the initial purchase so cheap. I imagined it's little 4 cylinder would be cheap to rebuild..... I wanted it to last and did not want a year long project on my hands. So I planned to build a reliable truck with it's factory intended powerplant instead of an exotic engine swap. I found out real quick that an engine swap would have been cheaper and of course faster.... Oh well maybe next time. I wanted good parts and happened to be in the area so I stopped in to visit the staff at LCE in Havasu and came home with enough stuff to completely over build the bottom end. My original block and everything inside of it was mismatched and looked like sh!t so I opted for all new stuff. From LCE's stock I picked out a set of pistons & rings, a block, a crank, H-beam rods, and a complete set of Clevite bearings. I ordered a cylinder head with oversized valves, a bigger cam and a port job from Engbldr. Then found a good deal on an OSK timing set to finish the assembly. The only parts I am reusing from the original engine are the oil pump drive gear and the oil pan bolts. I still may buy the ARP stud kit and run a MLS head gasket but I have not found the kit cheap enough to afford it yet.. I will try to snap a few pictures during this process but for now this will have to do.