Her original tool box lock is long gone, but thanks @dmamj for selling me two of his new Japanese Alpha model "NO. 1000-35" locks. Exact model as the early ones, identical keys. Just missing the little millimeter symbol (M/M) on the back, plus has "MADE BY ALPHA" (@wngrog picture). Now where can I find an "M" metal stamp, and how to erase those extra letters..
Last year @wscbill schooled me in jack and starter handle placement. Seems well worth sharing:
"The diagrams shows several things: jack rod brackets, jack holder bracket, starting handle brackets. There are other diagrams that show the jack holder bracket for earlier years.
Your rig would have had 4 brackets on the passenger side wheel well for the jack rods. Arranged like this.
If your rig had the starting handle clips, they are on the driver side wheel well. The holes for the clips on standard, and have small screws installed if the clips are not. Placement is shown in this photos. Roll bar installs on early 40s usually affected the front pair on the wheel well. When Toyota made the roll bar standard, they moved the front pair back just in front of the 2nd rib on the wheel well.
Front wheel well screw pair on a 66.
This is a 65, shows the back wheel well screws location and the floor location. Due to the repair, the front wheel well pair are no longer there.
A cat treat for Miss K, a small Con-Ferr roof rack, 3' x 5', from @Tank5. Have some work to do on the cap, but have a nice Kaymar canvas bag (8' x 5') I plan to cut in two for this and the Teal's aluminium rack.
I haven't seen it yet. Only the low resolution fleabay pic. But looking to the lower left of the Denso sticker, maybe that's a tiny patch of green under dirt?
Looking at other early ones, their Denso plates were oval. May of missed on this one.