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Welcome FJ brothers! Can you buy a new FJ in China? Did they ever sell new in China or did you import them used? Would love to see what places you get the wheel in!

Mike
Yes, we can buy New FJ in China. TOYOTA is still producing FJ in its Japan factory and sell them in the mid-east area and FJ we buy in china are all imported from Mid-east area.
 

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Hi, the pic was taken in the Devil City, a place in the middle of China, Yardang Landform what we call it in science. I can show you more pics if you interest
Yes very interested! Also curious about how you find each other - have a Chinese FJ forum? And do you have local manufacturers of aftermarket parts? I really had no idea there were so many FJs in China!!
 

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Yes very interested! Also curious about how you find each other - have a Chinese FJ forum? And do you have local manufacturers of aftermarket parts? I really had no idea there were so many FJs in China!!
Hahahah, we find each other through many ways. Most useful way is AUTOHOME forum and the groups in Wechat, an app like Whatsapp. Besides, we also will leave own contact info if we meet FJ on the street.

Yes, of course we DO have local manufacturers of aftermarket parts. Besides, we also design and make some parts by ourselves like you guys, and do what a FJ owners typically do. That's why we can say greetings at this moment, man. Cause we are team, FJ trail team.;)
 

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Vancouver shares its name with the larger city of Vancouver in southern British Columbia, Canada, approximately 300 mi (480 km) to the north. Both cities were named after sea captain George Vancouver, but the American city is older. Vancouver, British Columbia was incorporated 29 years after the incorporation of Vancouver, Washington, and more than 60 years after the name Vancouver was first used in reference to the historic Fort Vancouver trading post on the Columbia River. City officials have periodically suggested changing the U.S. city's name to Fort Vancouver to reduce confusion with its larger and better-known northern neighbor. Many Pacific Northwest residents distinguish between the two cities by referring to the Canadian city as "Vancouver, B.C." and the United States city as "Vancouver, Washington,"
 

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Vancouver shares its name with the larger city of Vancouver in southern British Columbia, Canada, approximately 300 mi (480 km) to the north. Both cities were named after sea captain George Vancouver, but the American city is older. Vancouver, British Columbia was incorporated 29 years after the incorporation of Vancouver, Washington, and more than 60 years after the name Vancouver was first used in reference to the historic Fort Vancouver trading post on the Columbia River. City officials have periodically suggested changing the U.S. city's name to Fort Vancouver to reduce confusion with its larger and better-known northern neighbor. Many Pacific Northwest residents distinguish between the two cities by referring to the Canadian city as "Vancouver, B.C." and the United States city as "Vancouver, Washington,"
Yeah, I just figured it out in Wikipedia. Interesting, Vantucky.😄
 
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