FJ45 In a Museum-Puerto Rico

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Would like to share here on the forum few pics on the 45 that you can see in P.R. Museum. One owner that have 3 Toyotas Dealers..$$$$$$$ to spend:rolleyes:, sometimes he fly to Australia and Japan for looking for cars,parts and Land Cruisers. Every TLC was put all back with new parts...$$$$$$:rolleyes: oh well
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Good god.... those are beautiful!

Did the Puerto Rican market get the troopy from new?

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Josh

No troopy as far as i know, few 40 and very rare 45 when they came to PR. Don't know here he get the white one,but the other white-red and the 4 doors are from Aussie, he have more troopies on the shop-painting boot so no pics for those yet,until he open the 2 building for the public...$$$$$$$ :rolleyes:
 
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Wow, that link is fantastic. Only problem with it is that it makes me realise that there really is nothing which Toyota makes today which makes my heart go pitty-pat.

I miss my '83 FJ40 and my 79 Toyota Pickup and my 86 Toyota Pickup and my 89 Toyota Pickup and my best friend's 84 Celica convertible and my college friend's 89 Toyota Supra.....

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Josh
 
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... Only problem with it is that it makes me realise that there really is nothing which Toyota makes today which makes my heart go pitty-pat.
Cheers,

Josh

.... that`s what I think since the mid eighties ;)
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They bought two of my vintage Toyota's from me, good people.

The Red '67 RT52 Corona Coupe and the Gold '74 Corona Mark II

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