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Old 08-28-2006, 05:50 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Re: MINT Original FJ60 on Ebay....nice

dang i didnt know canada had such sweet 62's
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Re: MINT Original FJ60 on Ebay....nice

This thread hits close to home. I was looking for an 40 when I stumbled across a '84 60 that had 42k original miles. All stock, never left Colorado (no rust) and with the exception of some slight paint fade was perfect. I bought it for 11,000 (looking back it was to much) and had a ball driving it sparingly for 3 years. I could never come to terms with adding modifications because it was in such great shape. But I found, as many of us do at times, that it just wasn't what I wanted. It wasn't a 40 (top off driving), it drank gas like there's no tomorrow and the no convienence items (cold A/C, power windows, etc).

In the end I sold it to vintage off road for 8,000 and miss it at times. But when I saw the FJ Cruiser in the auto show of 2003 I knew the 60 would not be in my garage for long. I'm asked by many how I like my FJC and I smile and say that I'm way to biased to answer the question cause I love this vehicle!
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Re: MINT Original FJ60 on Ebay....nice

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What is that mysterious button above the steering wheel column????

I wonder if the younger generation on this forum knows what the CHOKE light is for....I bet you half of these lucky young kids have no clue.....
well I've never had a carbureted car (born in 76), but my 1999 Honda CBR600 F4 had a choke... sportbikes didn't get injection universally until the 21st century.
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