- Jul 14, 2022
- DHAKA, Bangladesh
Hey I've got what I believe is the only 1965 FJ45 in my country, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Pics were taken in 2018.. she's been parked up in a warehouse ever since.. time to get it going.
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Removable hard top or fixed hard top?Those are beautiful.
Do you know where the original selling dealer was?
Were the swing away tire racks original to the car? My 63 was under the floor. -13034.
Not a 45 series…..1972 FJ40
3-72 Man Date
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Pictures please!1967 FJ45 LPB
Rough shape but running and driving
Would you consider getting a headache bar and fix the fender dent?And the engine in the back is a spare I picked up a couple weeks ago, it doesn’t turn over but it’s still a good amount of parts, and I’m going to soak the cylinders for a bit and maybe free it up. I’m also currently redoing the window seals and door seals all around. But the overall plans for the truck are to fix the driver door and get all the electrical issues ironed out and leave the patina how it is, it’s really grown on me, maybe have the frame and axles recoated to preserve it a little bit, but overall not much rust, just a couple spots in the usual locations. This truck was from Oregon and I bought it off of a guy I know in Florida, he drove it as is for 2-3 years and got rid of this one and bought 2 more
I’ve thought about building a headache bar to the exact specs of the factory one, I know a guy right down the road that I could use his to fab one up, and I’m undecided on the fender, I’ve got a brand new fender in the box ready to go on but I would want it to match the rustic look, I may just wait until I decide to fix it all up and paint itWould you consider getting a headache bar and fix the fender dent?
Not bad at all, i greased everything up from the shift lever all the way to the transmission and it seems to be doing alright, it’s got some crusty parts here and there but I’m kinda figuring out what it needs as I go, hopefully have it back on the road in the next month, needs quite a few seals and gaskets on the engine and transmission.If it runs and drives as is, and you're happy with it, that's what counts. How's the slop in the 3-on-the tree? Manageable?