Thanks for the reply I'll have to look into it but yeah planning on dropping the whole engine don't mind a rebuildHere's a high miler in Saskatoon :
landcruiser 3FE angie and a440 transmission | engine, engine parts | Saskatoon | Kijiji
There's a complete FJ62 near Lethbridge on Kijiji too. I was going to go take a gander at it before heading back east, but haven't heard anything after leaving a voice mail.
Toyota Land Cruiser | used cars & trucks | Lethbridge | Kijiji
Are you planning to swap a 3FE in as is, or build a 2FE? I've got lots of 3FE / FJ62 bits and pieces at home in Manitoba, but I don't have a runner I'd part with.
Quite the shop you have there.
Don't forget to bring one back. It's easy.Seeing so many rust-free cruisers down here has definitely accelerated my love for them, specifically FJ60s. I don't have one yet, but I'm hopeful in the future I'll have one. I look forward to getting to know you guys a bit more. Nice cruisers Neil!
Hey Larry, nice to meet you! How easy is it? I've been reading into import laws, it in preparation to buy one. From what I understand, because the vehicle is over 15 years old it doesn't need to comply with RIV regulations at the border. But are there other safety regulations or OOP inspections (Alberta) that I need to be aware of? My main two concerns are (1) importing a vehicle with a lift. A lot of great Cruisers have a 3" lift, and if I bring one into Canada I want to make sure this is okay. And (2) that the lack of DRL is okay, although I'm not too concerned about this because it was manufactured after 1989 when the law required it.Don't forget to bring one back. It's easy.