CS Motorsport TRD Tundra Concept Brings Fishing to SEMA [Photo Gallery]
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The creation, which the Japanese automaker likes to describe as the "Ultimate Fishing Tundra" was developed by Britt Myers, Bassmaster Elite Series pro angler who is also well known for his custom fishing Tundra projects.
Myers, who owns CS Motorsports, started with a 2012 Toyota Tundra CrewMax, which received a wide array of goodies.
We have to start with the most impressive one, a retractable box, which uses a power delivery system and we'll go on with the roof rack system that features LED lights for fishing rod stowage.
"It has a bed-area tackle storage system that looks like a Bass Pro Shop aisle... with tackle, reels, rods and even a refrigerator," Meyers tells us.
It is now time to talk about the other custom sides of the vehicle. The truck rides on 20-inch wheels wrapped in Nitto Mud Grappler tires, uses a 12-inch (30.5 cm) suspension lift kit, as well as a Warn 16k winch. The vehicle also comes with extra muscle, as the 5.7-liter V8 petrol unit was gifted with a TRD supercharger and exhaust systems.
Climbing aboard, we find a special fiberglass center console which runs the entire length of the cabin and houses a multitude of controls for the various custom features of the car, together with subwoofers and LCD monitors.
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