fj80 with fj60 body!

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by Taz, Oct 28, 2005.

  1. Taz

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  2. cruiserdan

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    Extremely old news actually, in addition to being a tad bit over-priced.
     
  3. LukeO

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    I stopped by TLC the last time I was in SOCAL visiting the
    in-laws.

    I have to say, TLC does really, really nice work. My wife and I got to meet the owner and check the shop out the last time I was on the West Coast. TLC's restored Cruisers look better than my wife's 2003 100 series looked the day we bought it new. The folks at TLC were real cool too.

    In the 16 years I've been driving, working on old Cruisers, I had never seen Cruisers restored to better than new condition with such attention to detail.

    TLC's Cruisers might be pricey, but quality craftsmanship like that isn't cheap.

    I've seen a few CCOT Cruisers over the years too and they don't even compare.

    How much does Jesse James sell his choppers for?

    You can't expect people to build stuff like that for free.
     
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    Agree their cost labor per hour - $117.00 :rolleyes: :D
     
  5. LukeO

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    If They're $117.00 per hour, that's way less than a good lawyer!
     
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