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I found a nice color combination:

silver/blue

LCColor.JPG


Forget about the picture on the side but the color is nice :cheers:

Mike
 
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If I'm not mistaken, that version/grade is called a Land Cruiser Colorado in Europe.
 
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[quote author=drexx link=board=2;threadid=8686;start=msg74707#msg74707 date=1071187176]
11Dec2003 (UTC -8)

If I'm not mistaken, that version/grade is called a Land Cruiser Colorado in Europe.
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Colorado's are the 90 series in the UK. The 100's are Amazons....I think ;)
 
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[quote author=thelal link=board=2;threadid=8686;start=msg74835#msg74835 date=1071209393]
Landpimp is correct on the UK classification.
The 80 series were commonly known as the VX (as the equipment level made it more luxurious!) similiar to parts of Asia.

Lal
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Yes, here in Asia the 80 is called VX, not Amazon, and there is even a VX Limited on the Top Range with all options including front and rear lockers as standard.

And guess what?? I have one :cheers:

Mike
 
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In France, The LC80 is called GX/VX or VXV for the 1HD-T and GX/VXV ou VXe for the 1HD-FT.
 
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[quote author=jidgi link=board=2;threadid=8686;start=msg74864#msg74864 date=1071233111]
In France, The LC80 is called GX/VX or VXV for the 1HD-T and GX/VXV ou VXe for the 1HD-FT.
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Hey newbie welcome :flipoff2:

nice web site you have BTW :)
 
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[quote author=landtoy80 link=board=2;threadid=8686;start=msg75062#msg75062 date=1071263104]
Jidgi. There is something wrong with your web site.
I KANT READ IT :flipoff2:

Welcome to the mud anyway :-*
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lets see......4 years of french.........yep I use bablefish :D
 
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[quote author=Hltoppr link=board=2;threadid=8686;start=msg75032#msg75032 date=1071261269]
Looks like a Monument Valley motif...my neck of the woods... :)

-H-
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Haven't thought of monument valley in over a decade . I was just learning to toprope back in the 80's and picked up a Climbing magazine . It had a feature article on the pioneer climbers who forged first ascents throughout the valley . The stories were rivoting !! H , you're quite lucky to have such a place in your back yard :cheers:
 

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