time has come

Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by PolishX, Aug 13, 2005.

  1. PolishX

    PolishX

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    well I have decided the FJ60 has won the battle , I have given in and will give up and ditch my FJ60 project .... it hurts to say it but after all the time and hours the last 8 -10 months have ate up I have lost .... :crybaby:
     
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    So are you looking to get rid of it? I am looking to get rid of my 40.
     
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    pics?
     
  4. Cookiemonster

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    Selling it off or parting it out?
     
  5. PolishX

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    lin k

    link to pics

    Pics
     
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    Looks like you've brought it along way from its original condition (to say the least). How much more were you planning on doing to it, in order to get the desired results. To me it looks like you've got a great trail rig. If you rub some more dirt on it and buff it out a little it would be an awesome DD. Not calculating in fuel costs for the distance you drive daily......
     
  7. PolishX

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    ugh

    its mostly done , just have the interior left to do and that is it .. it's the constant nickle and diming that is causing me to ditch it .
     
  8. ILikePie

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    it would not make a good daily driver in alaska, because of our laws. a vehicle with a non stock engine will not pass the I/M test up here. so I guess you could dd it in the summer, but thats not all that long anyway.
     
  9. PolishX

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    Dd

    you can DD it with seasonal IM here from March 31 till Oct 31st
     
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