SAS #3 Official Thread 2019

SAS #3 Color choices

  • Capri Blue

    Votes: 3 4.4%
  • Sky Blue

    Votes: 6 8.8%
  • Pollux Orange

    Votes: 4 5.9%
  • Olive Green

    Votes: 14 20.6%
  • Spring Green

    Votes: 5 7.4%
  • Cadet Blue

    Votes: 5 7.4%
  • Dune Beige

    Votes: 15 22.1%
  • Rustic Green

    Votes: 4 5.9%
  • Freeborn Red

    Votes: 7 10.3%
  • Yellow / Mustard

    Votes: 5 7.4%

  • Total voters
    68
  • Poll closed .
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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!
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.
 

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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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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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Late fall 2022 will be when the first 105s will age-in for import.
 

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Late fall 2022 will be when the first 105s will age-in for import.
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.
 
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