Heres some pics from a couple weekends ago. Look in my Gallery for more.
....those are called "Desert Pinstripes" and should be worn as a badge of courage and good times had blasting in the sand and rocks.....many a Yucca plant has caressed my teflon coating!I lie the blue, but wouldnt like it if once it got scratched, it looked like crap...
Still looks new?
I used the car wash on the corner of center city and el norte and pretty much clogged it up. My mud was a little more then yours. It was about 2 inches thick on every part of the truck and the windshield wipers were stuck in 1 place. I had to use 2 cans of beer and my T-shirt to clear a spot to see out of. I worked at Toyota of Escondido and actually got pulled over pulling into work because they said my vision was obstructed by the mud. Luckily I convinced him I would wash it at work and I did not get a ticket.Well Real OffRoaders may leave the mud on till it rains but im a smart and cleaned it a few days later when it didnt rain plus enjoy the color of my truck when its clean. Mud is not the healthiest thing for a new paintjob. Hell my truck is barely a year old. And yes Ocotillo mud dries like cement. It took me forever to get it halfway clean. Its ok though I will be out there with the SoCalTundras crew this weekend.