Rare Parts should be able to supply or rebuild the parts for the steering . Roger Lower Lake,ca Citroen Worlds Most Exciting Car
Thanks for joining the Group. As you've probably noticed the Stout Group isn't very active. Your's is the first conversation in almost 2 years. For a bettertoyotageek
So I am a new member today and want to say hi and ask for help rebuilding my front end on the 1965. I have a 1965 1966 and 1967. I sourced ball joints and tielinmustangda
While the 1964 Stout was the first Toyota pickup sold in America, the dent it made in the market was almost imperceptible. In the U.S.A. the Stout was powered by Toyota's 1.9-liter 3R-B engine, making somewhere around 85 hp. Through the four years it was sold in the U.S., changes were virtually nonexistent. The Stout however, earned a reputation for reliability in the U.S., and that reputation would carry over to the later trucks that would truly establish Toyota in America's pickup market.
The Stout sold in the U.S. from 1964 to 1967. A total of 4,219 units were sold. We can only wonder how many still remain. In the U.S. the only model available was the Toyota Lite Stout, Model RK41L. Other parts of the world, including Australia saw more models for more years.
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