Beautiful restored fzj80 with LS swap - CA legal (1 Viewer)

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"but sort of the highest form of the model is considered to be the '95 to '97"

This philistine newb doesn't appreciate the superior swoopy dash and PITA headliner. And OBD2? Might as well have IFS, I always say.

I always thought it was weird how thick José Rogaine wanted that steering wheel. The guy's like 5'2". No way his hands are that large.
 

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"but sort of the highest form of the model is considered to be the '95 to '97"

This philistine newb doesn't appreciate the superior swoopy dash and PITA headliner. And OBD2? Might as well have IFS, I always say.

I always thought it was weird how thick José Rogaine wanted that steering wheel. The guy's like 5'2". No way his hands are that large.
Didn't they also start using that upper pan arch seal on the 95s? Never figured out why they did that since it seemed to be nothing but trouble.
 
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Pah. Real men drive LS manuals.
 

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I always thought it was weird how thick José Rogaine wanted that steering wheel. The guy's like 5'2". No way his hands are that large.
It's the only time he's gonna feel some girth in his grip
 

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