Do any of the more seasoned members of this community know if it was common or even legal back in the 1970's to buy a vehicle in Canada and import it? There's a '78 FJ45 on BAT, and the story with it is that the original owner bought it new. It's now in Virginia but titled in New Hampshire. I...
I’m hopeful for some help solving a little wiring mystery. I had this white with green or blue stripe poking through the firewall next to the choke cable. Stripped and looking a little toasted.
Here I’m holding it at the radio opening.
The only white with green I see on the @Coolerman diagram...
You know, it does look like it's the right length of you split it in the right place. I think the two segments are different circumferences though.
… but it’s labeled and invoiced as upper.
The Toyota part from CCOT is more expensive but I bet it fits.
I got the FJ45 running this morning. It was missing a fusible link powering the ammeter circuit, and the 10A engine fuse. I filled the carb bowl and plugged the fuel hoses into a boat tank, and it fired on the first revolution.
It's now called Ichiro. Japanese by way of Seattle.
Anybody have a set of 40 side mirrors on the shelf they're willing to part with? I threw out the ATV mirrors that were duct taped to my new 45.
btw and unrelated, I had a JDM truck titling question and reached out to Jesse at Austin JDM. He answered the phone and was a nice and super helpful...
Don't wait! For this low price you could have the only 40 in the world with rack & pinion steering. Not mine, no affiliation.
"Welcome to Street Dreams as we celebrate our 24th year in the classic and muscle car business. This is...
Thanks for leading the club Tyler! Getting together with the nice folks in this group and drooling over their cruisers makes me happy, and its always something I look forward to.
I like the variability of location and times, but my favorites are Sunday mornings. I remember a couple of great...