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Discussion in 'VA/DC/MD- Capital Land Cruiser Club' started by Devilmans Hand, Oct 16, 2010.
Sears Craftsman Kromedge Tap & Hexagon Die Set
Metric, $25, I'd buy this if it wasn't so far away.
27K-Mile 1989 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ62
It's super clean! Not $45,000 worth of clean. Maybe in 10 years.
Maybe i'm wrong but only one picture showing the frame?
I saw these when the previous owner was selling them about 6 months ago.
2 FJ62 Land Cruiser
Picked this gem up yesterday for $60:
This guy is smokin' something serious... Custom bumpers too!
1975 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser
for future viewing pleasure:
1975 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser - $2500 (Orange, VA)
Yeesh. Not much salvageable there.
The bumpers alone are worth the asking price.
It also has the holes in floor rust mod to increase ventilation into the cab!
What the consensus on this one?
1976 Toyota FJ Cruiser
Would it make an alright wheeling project?
That looks pretty good to me, especially if it runs.
One-piece drop down tail gate's a plus
Someone get this and resuscitate it. I'd do it if I had the monies.
1998 Land cruiser(one owner)
What are the "known" issues for a 100 series to overheat??
I figured they probably didn't change WP so maybe it failed..heater hose T's maybe...any hose that hasn't ever been replaced could've gone or radiator failed. Those are mostly generic though, I don't know that the 4.7 has a tendency to detonate head gaskets. Maybe some first hand hundy owners chime in?
(For his professional opinion)
I haven't heard of the 4.7 popping head gaskets. I also haven't seen one for overheating either though. I'd guess water pump or heater tee's. The pink Toyota coolant destroys them both.
Wish I had the $$ to get it and take it to @OTRAMM...but I don't. Hopefully a 'mudder will get it...
I would never join the "Toyota red coolant cult" simply based on price alone. People seem to think it has magic properties not found in generic yellow coolant, which I never understood. Interesting to hear something negative about it other than price.
Anyone who is considering picking up that 100 should realize, that with that many miles, you are going to be replacing a lot of normal wear parts, if they already haven't been replaced.
It's not the red long life coolant that's evil, it's the newer Pink super long life stuff. The Toyota FIPG for the older coolant is like 15 bucks a tube. The stuff that goes along with the Pink coolant is 100 bucks a tube. The pink coolant eats the older stuff. It also seems to eat water pump seals.