'73 FJ40 for sale

Discussion in 'NC- Olde North State Cruisers' started by R.K., Aug 22, 2006.

  1. R.K.

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    Not a bad deal if it runs like reported. That rust is pretty bad around the rear though.

    Have you even been around this 40?
     
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    That would make a decent rock buggy from the looks of it.
     
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    Sounds like a new project after the 45 is done Darin?? :D
     
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    I have been talking about building me a buggy.

    But not yet, got too many other things going on right now.
     
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    I don't know anything about this Cruiser. I just ran across it online and thought someone here might be interested in it.

    R.K.
     
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    Hey Greg, Did you pick this up the other day? We missed you at InZone.
     
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    That's the same truck I posted up for sale on the West End Cruisers list..... I called the guy, was even going to go look until I saw the actual pics. Too much rust for me, but probably a worthy project for someone who doesn't mind rust.
     
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    I think this Cruiser found a good home in Raleigh.
     
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    Does that mean you bought it Greg? If so, cool.

    I guess that also means you're done with you other 40 project? If so, pics!!!
     
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    The rust wasn't too bad. It looks a lot worse in the pics than in person. The rockers were rough and the rear sill was done, but the rest wasn't too bad. Not for 1,000 anyway.
     
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