Which Toyota Tundra Meets The ‘Scrap Mechanic’ Test?
The Toyota Tango has the world’s smallest fuel tank.
The engine is also the smallest, and it is designed to only be driven for 15 minutes at a time, not extended.
The car is made of carbon fiber, which is lightweight and offers great durability.
But the fuel tank is so tiny, Toyota says the company will only consider it if it meets a few conditions: 1.
It can’t be modified or replaced 2.
It needs to be in service for 15 days before being considered for the scrap mechanic job.
If you’re reading this, you probably know the rules: You don’t have to have any knowledge of the vehicle.
You have to be willing to spend a couple of weeks to be considered for a scrapping job.
The company says it’s looking for someone who can repair and maintain the vehicle for up to 15 days.
“The Tango is one of the most important vehicles in the world and Toyota wants to make sure it’s maintained as the most iconic vehicle in the company’s history,” said Toyota Vice President of Business Development and Customer Service Todd Stott.
To get the job, applicants have to fill out a “Scrap Repair” form that will ask about the type of vehicle, the number of miles it has driven, the amount of fuel and the type and size of scrap.
There are a few other requirements that apply, including a clean bill of health and a vehicle license.
Here are the other conditions: You must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
It must be used by a Toyota owner.
Your application must be received by April 11, 2019.
Tango owners are only eligible for the job if they’re in the U.K. All applicants must have a working driver license from another U.