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A couple more Dirty Toy School photos

Larry drove up from Atlanta with his BJ70.


Daniel had his Taco from Atlanta Custom Creations.


My son Erik had a blast. He just turned 16 and this was his first off road driving experience. He loved it so much we may buy another Toyota 4WD for the family. Dave Logan and Chris Nelson were great instructors and Erik learned a lot from them in particular, enough that I let him drive my FJ almost everywhere and he did awesome.


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Great pics! I have several of Erik on my photobucket link! I also have many more I didn't post. PM me with your address and I'll send you a CD of pics.



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Nothing makes a man out of them like driving offroad. Good job dad.


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