I just found your site. Great job guys! I've had my 83 Trekker for about five years now. Slowly it is becoming a beast on the road. So far I've done minor maintenance and found a couple parts here and there, and I put in an interior roll cage in the back to strengthen up the fibreglass. I'm hoping to get the body done this summer. I have some fenders waiting to be put on with a nice shiny paint job.
I live in Calgary, so if any other Trekker owners are around I'd love to go out 4x4ing.
I've attached some pictures. Currently he's not on the road, though he's in working order. My summer vehicle!
I have a couple fenders I'd like to get on him this summer and repair the fibreglass damage in the corner. I have a buddy I'm hoping to get to do the paint job this summer. Depending on my student budget of course . The interior roll cage(though small) really did help to stabilize him.
looks like a real nice rig ... Dash looks perfect .. take care of that , most are all cracked or cut /hacked up , dash pad looks mint as well , lucky girl .. take care of that as well . funny how girls call there vehicles "he" and guys call there vehicles "she" ;D
Your right, I've known plenty a fella to call their rigs a lady name. Bruce is off to the shop today to have our mechanic take a poke around. I'm making a Toyota vid for a school project with yours truly and Bruce as the starring roles, so he has to be ready for his close up.
Also as a general question to Trekker owners out there, how many of you have the original 22R, and how's it overall for power? Brucey can drive over anything, but I have serious trouble getting him over 80 clicks. Our suspicions are that one of the cylinders is misfiring but I honestly know very little about mechanics(I build things, I don't really fix things). Just wondering if anyone else has encountered this before.