No name Spring Green 1965 FST

scoobiedubes

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I have never had bad wiring here in norcal, amazing that after 50 years, I have had 45’s start up and still have most electrics! A big high five to the 60’s, Mr toyota! And just a quality product!!
Maybe I’m just bad luck ;) one that I ended up completely giving up on and rewiring was a 72 that had spent it’s life in AZ. The other that had a lot of wiring issues was a 79, but I believe that one had spent some time out East. FWIW the 61 FJ25 FHT (Warden) I picked up this last year seems to have solid wiring and it’s spent it’s entire life in AZ. 🤷‍♂️ Pretty nice bonus when you can keep the OEM!
 

pardion

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I have never had bad wiring here in norcal, amazing that after 50 years, I have had 45’s start up and still have most electrics! A big high five to the 60’s, Mr toyota! And just a quality product!!
I’m with Whitey, parted at least 100 cruisers and other than a couple burnt messes and a couple with paint you couldn’t not scrape off, harnesses have been salvageable.
 

HelloKitty65

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Getting ready for a soft top.
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HelloKitty65

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Top on, doors off.
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I have some OEM fasteners for the sides. The dog approves.
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Maybe if going down the highway doors off I should use the safety straps.
 

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