Even though I am a Canadian I already see a problem with the speedometer. I don't think you can get the vehicle into the U.S. with a speedo that reads in kilometers only. Shouldn't it also be in mph?beanz2 said:Did anybody miss the seller's statement that it is "legally certified for US Customs to be imported hassle free by the winning bidder into the United States if desired"?
This is the same guy selling the other BJ74 and the HJ61 making the same statements about his JDM's being US legal. Somebody ought to contact his BJ74 buyer to see if the vehicle was indeed brought into the US.
Yeah I just scored a big box of cheap whiskey off some bikers and I feel evilcrushers said:Rosco,
you are just plain eveil with that pic...
i am frooling over that 4 door trayback...
It looks like a homemade 76/77 series to meLandpimp said:Cool
but I am with Rosco......I don't see it being a real Toyota prototype, if it was wouldn't they have had to test it(crash or otherswise) to get it road legal to sell on the market, If it was a conversion after the fact......it would be no problem....I would think.
it also just don't look Toyota built
nuclearlemon said:would someone running the vin on carfax say anything, or does it tell the gurus anything?
this is what he's got listed for the vin??? 2BG50829540002309