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Parted w/ Fj-62

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by tenncrusher, Apr 7, 2003.

  1. tenncrusher

    tenncrusher

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    I sadly parted with my Fj-62 yesterday. I sold it to a lady in Memphis who has owned 6 Wagoneers and currently owns a BMW 2002, pristine Wagoneer and my beloved 62. I told her that she would never want another Wagoneer after driving the 62...

    Now for mods to the '96 FZJ......
     
  2. CDN_Cruiser

    CDN_Cruiser

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    I feel your pain, I still miss my BJ-60. Now you will see the light - complete comfort in your 80

    Cheers, Hugh
     
  3. upcruiser

    upcruiser

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    I went through the same thing when I unloaded my 60. &nbsp:Don't worry, you'll love the 80 and realize you can be comfortable and competent off road.
     
  4. Hltoppr

    Hltoppr SILVER Star

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    I agree, I've owned two 40s, and a 60, and the 80 is by far the best "all around" landcruiser choice. Comfort and capability.

    -H-
     
  5. tenncrusher

    tenncrusher

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    I agree having owned a 60, 62 and now 80 w/ lockers.
     
  6. Wrench

    Wrench One Bashed Up 80

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    FZJ80 the best damn SUV on the planet!!! Bar none!!! I love them!! :D
     
  7. thorvald

    thorvald .......

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    the 80 is great.
    so is the 40
    and 45
    and 60
    and 62
    and 55
    and.....