To be 100% sure that @wngrog remains dizzy, and I look ridiculously indecisive, I've decided to keep the Lobster. Too hard to find a replacement when I realize my error. The little devil on the shoulder whispering "keep it, finish it" won.
Reserved for more Pics. Close ups to come, just needed to get the ad up before I changed my mind.
EDIT: I know where there is an early corrugated top in decent condition if that helps the decision process. I also know where there might be a set of doors fairly close as well.
Here are some pics...
Time to put up an official ad for this truck. The Little Red Lobster is for sale.
Withdrawn from the market. I'm going to finish the truck and make room for 2.
1961 (first year import) Factory Hard Top FJ40. Almost Freeborn Red (see below).
- Arizona truck resurrected by @JackA and...
Look close, same truck! That was the sale when it was originally found out in Idaho. I actually linked to the video in that post as it shows the truck running better than it does now (carb hasn't liked sitting). I actually shamelessly stole one of the pics for my own ad as it positioned the...
1967 FJ40 in very rare Yosemite Yellow. $12,000
1967 FJ40 Yosemite Yellow
- Original paint, survivor
- on the east coast already
- Small block Chevy conversion
- 3 on the floor, vacuum 4wd
Included with the sale
- Complete front and rear cruiser corps corral seat cover set
I have a 1967 original paint patina rig in case you want to start over! Your's is exactly where I planned to get mine to, and I'm not sure I have time to get it done. Love it. I know you want a 60, but it never hurts to float it out there. My rig plus a pile of cash...