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Discussion in 'FJ25 Owners Group' started by JohnnyC, Sep 22, 2008.
Johnny you are the king of documentation!
Up front, I'll say I didn't look through this whole thread to see if these were posted before.
Maybe some of you have seen them, but we got some new posters at the dealership. I just shot the LC ones for now, but I can get some of the other ones also.
That one doesn't say what year it is, but I'm sure some of you can easily tell. I did notice the bezel police weren't invited to the photo shoot.
heres a cool pic as well
"The men who created the legend", it says...
heres some good historical pictures...WWII catalog...got several pages for this..should probably start a WWII thread with all the WWII stuff I got
few more pages
peteinjp translated this one for me awhile back
"Its just the address and phone number. Right to left top to bottom:
toyota automobile industrial incorporated
sales department direct (wholesale?)
nagoya-shi atsuta-ku atsuta nishi-machi ??? 7
telephone ?? 1901 5423 (2 separate phone numbers)
main branch aichi-ken nishikamo-gun ???(town name)
Some of the kanji are illegible due to the quality of the scan."
Chicago Auto Show 1966
Peter .... uups, used my old screenname ( Doctor do Little writing )
The other half of the brochure.
Not sure if Johnny has posted this before
Hope it`s new.
Very nice story in Dutch about the purchase of the AA.
Hope it's readable for you after translating. A
I do love a well turned leg, I mean jack..........never mind.
how about a toyota bulldozer?
... US military forces clearing a drainage ditch near a runway 1990
Pictures of pictures at A1 Toyota New Haven, CT. (Spending the afternoon with recalls of the recalls on the RAV4.......am I repeating myself?
...via IH8MUD app
Fail, as the say.
...via IH8MUD app
Just read through the whole thread for the first time. Awesome collection of misc Toyota stuff.
I love that Toyopet 1500RK truck. Sort of looks like a FJ45 rear and a Toyopet car front. What does that panel on the lower back say? Toyota Body?
and a Toyota dozer! How cool is that?