19th June 2008 - 04:40 PM
Edit:With all the fun that is projected to come our way, what about rough ready for anything vehicles.Are they worth the expense of saving you and if whatever does come, are they really going to help? phil bro bro
Cars 2.0 : Cool Wheels ￼
By Chuck Squatriglia ￼
Global warming. Faltering economies. Dwindling resources. Mankind has finally set in motion environmental, political and social policies that will surely destroy the world as we know it.
Not everyone will fall. Those who survive will roam the scorched wasteland to fend for themselves against the predatory undead while scavenging what they can to survive. The end of days is at hand, and the only question is this: What will you drive when it all comes tumbling down?
Click through our reader submissions to see your best bet for survival.
The FJ is Toyota's answer to the Jeep CJ, and flame wars between fanboys of the two vehicles will continue long after the apocalypse begins. The consensus is the Toyota will take more abuse -- a big plus when roaming the desolation -- but it's harder to fix when something goes sideways. Fortunately, it's a Toyota, so you'll break before it will.
Photo submitted by CruiseKiller
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