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Toyota Tundra Sportsman

Toyota Tundra Sportsman

If you're into an outdoor lifestyle -- and we mean really into it -- then you might be interested in the Toyota Tundra Sportsman ($TBA). This one-off pickup created in partnership with Bass Pro Shops' RedHead Pro Hunting Team is a one-stop hunting station, with specialized interior tricks like a weather station and GPS, Browning-branded camouflage floor mats, and a pistol safe, and with a host of exterior modifications like JBL all-weather outdoor speakers in the bed, two steel, locking rifle cases, a swing-out work bench in the bed, a small stove, sink and work surface in the tailgate area, a built-in seven-gallon water tank, an 86 square foot platform on top of the camper shell and cab big enough to accommodate a 7' x 7' two-man tent as well as a two-man camouflage blind, a three-inch suspension lift, and ATX 18-inch Teflon coated wheels paired with 33 x 12.5" Nitto Mud Grapplers tires to ensure you'll arrive at your desired spot without any problem, no matter how rugged the terrain.

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    Holy replica, Batman! This 1966 Batmobile ($150,000) is an officially licensed replica of the car used in the classic TV series, and features intricate, authentic details like the double-bubble windshield, a working flame thrower in the rear, an aluminum roll-top dashboard, a flashing red beacon light, accurately-labeled knobs and buttons, and fins out the wazoo. Powered by either a rebuilt Ford 460 or GM 350 engine. Tune in tomorrow for more Uncrate goodness — same Bat-time, same Bat-channel. [Thanks, Jonny & Andrew]

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