Wow and I thought we did a lot of miles! Great to see you again and glad you're home. If you ever get the urge to see the Appalachians just let me know.Thanks to Casey, all the Johnsons, Cd as well as all the participants, supporters, and vendors. A incredible event that is really special. We are looking forward to SAS4 and may even have a little one joining us.
Incredible time and made a trip my wife and I will always remember.
Just made it home yesterday after 4,946 miles. We cut our trip short a few days as my wife wasn’t feeling good and I didn’t want to push my luck even further!
Our venture to Los Angeles only lasted 2 hours as the Airbnb we booked was a total fail. No worries though, it was pretty hilarious and we made the best of it driving non stop back to Grand Junction!
I was browsing a video on the Land Cruiser Heritage Museum website and learned of a much newer (through at least 2007) Land Cruiser model that meets the SAS criteria, but from what I understand it can't be imported to the US. And it was available in both petrol and diesel versions. Could be a more comfortable and modern alternative when I get really old . So it looks like FJ40s and FJ60s are in the future for me.
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Good to know - I'll be down to two Land Cruisers by then, my '71 FJ40 and my '86 FJ60. I might just have to start building back my fleet count in 2022 . And my wife and I are long overdue for a trip to the Heritage Museum, but we'll definitely be there for a visit well before 2022.Late fall 2022 will be when the first 105s will age-in for import.