FJ40/45 Who is this Overhead Console Manufacturer?

kevos37

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Picked this up in a trade. Looks commercially manufactured. Anybody have any clue? Conferr maybe... Does have a nice touch on the doors, they used glovebox "pocket " handles.

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Well if you do not recognize it , it must be home/handmade. Whoever made it was a crafty individual. I guess a aftermarket company wouldn't go to the extent to buy Toyota glove box knobs to dress it out.

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I don't know if this is going to work, but I found the overhead console in our 1989 Downey catalog, going to try to post it up here, but may come out too small ??? Looks like this fellow got one of those consoles, then added his own doors, our's did not have doors over the two openings.

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I don't know if this is going to work, but I found the overhead console in our 1989 Downey catalog, going to try to post it up here, but may come out too small ??? Looks like this fellow got one of those consoles, then added his own doors, our's did not have doors over the two openings.

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The one I bought from Kev is steel, but it looks the same. It looks like this one was fiberglass.
 

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