6 Toyota Trucks that Bleed Red, White, and Blue

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Toyota trucks are built right here in the good ol’ U.S. of A. So what better way to celebrate our nation’s independence?

As any true fan of the brand knows, Toyota trucks are built right here in America. In San Antonio, Texas, of course. So while most think of Toyota as a wholly Japanese brand, they’ve got deep roots right here in this great country of ours, employing thousands of hard-working Americans. And ‘Yota isn’t afraid to celebrate that little fact, either. So with 4th of July right around the corner, we thought it’d be fun to bring you the most patriotic Toyota trucks we could muster up.

Toyota is quite proud of the fact that it builds the Tacoma and Tundra here in the U.S. And it even went to the trouble of wrapping the new Tacoma upon its debut to remind us of that little fact. They also built a pair of Tacoma monster trucks for the 2014 SEMA show. One of which was built specifically to bring attention to the Hiring Our Heroes organization, a non-profit that urges employers to hire more veterans. And what’s more American than that?

Toyota Tundra

Plenty of individual owners of Toyota trucks choose to tout their patriotism with custom wrap jobs as well. We’ve seen everything from subtle desert sand Tacomas to simple badge redos. And even a poop scooping company that uses its Toyota work vehicles to show off their veteran status.

Toyota Tacoma

And why not? When you live in the greatest country on earth, you might as well brag about it. So go ahead and let your buddies tell you that our nation’s independence is best celebrated with fireworks, food, and watered-down booze. We’ll take a bunch of patriotic Toyota trucks any day!

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Brett Foote has been covering the automotive industry for over five years and is a longtime contributor to Internet Brands’ Auto Group sites, including Chevrolet Forum, Rennlist, and Ford Truck Enthusiasts, among other popular sites.

He has been an automotive enthusiast since the day he came into this world and rode home from the hospital in a first-gen Mustang, and he's been wrenching on them nearly as long.

In addition to his expertise writing about cars, trucks, motorcycles, and every other type of automobile, Brett had spent several years running parts for local auto dealerships.

You can follow along with his builds and various automotive shenanigans on Instagram: @bfoote.

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