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Discussion in 'AZ- Copper State Cruisers' started by jdayment, Oct 15, 2017.
It looked more like my 69, except for the things on the roof.
Did I just catch Murf at The Vineyard Cafe in Sonoita? Looks like his rig, although it has been a while since I've seen it.
Cheers CSC!! Hope you're all having a great weekend. Looking forward to Rug Road pics.
Murf was leading a run in Klondyke "Rug Road" so not him but it does look similar
That's what I thought. Doesn't Murf's rig have similar wheels?
After looking at the rug road pics I see he doesn't have an ARB front bumper.
Another CSC rig perhaps?
Saw a White 200 w/ rtt (maybe bumper) towing a rzr of some sort round noon today in Wickenburg/us60.
That's a good pal of mine...RTT, ARB front bumper and a Safari Snorkel.
He'll be joining the club soon, a very happy recent Land Cruiser convert.
Spotted on 202 E in Gilbert today
I was on the opposite side of the 202 heading home and saw your African Cruiser!
Nice right-hand 40 turning west on Shea off of Hayden this evening on my commute
Don't let the Bezel Police see it
Pretty pretty 40!
Looks like the same one I saw in Bisbee-on page one of this thread.
Yup, same one for sure!
I would be interested in why someone would import a early model (70/71) RHD 40 series to the US? Don't believe diesels started that early and US was pretty much getting the same options as the rest of the world back then. Too early for the H41 and full floater rear axle. If I owned a RHD 40 series would be much newer with options never offered here and unless a LX model with a five speed it wouldn't be s SWB.
Well my 40 was imported to the usa on a air force cargo plane.
Original owner brought it back from Okinawa after his TOD.
Might be the same back story with this one.
Hayden southbound from Raintree...
Saw this 60 heading N on Ellsworth in Queen Creek this morning. Sorry crappy cell phone pic.