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Ironically when I was in Megaweb Toyota City in Odaiba, at the store there was nothing for FJC.

I bought some diecast Fj60, and MR2 and a Celica All trac. Interestingly I picked up some Lotus signs there. But not a single FJC, even after I spoke to the gentleman working the store.

Here's two more from Japan....these Tomicas are their "Matchbox"...they are like $4 in Japan. They usually produce a single run then they stop and after a little while they become rarer and collectible. These were the ones they had at the time I was there, but if you search on ebay you'll see all sorts of versions...
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If you go on walmart.com there’s a few different scale fj toys if you do a search just for FJ. Many colors and sizes too.
 

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I have the HPI RC crawler FJ they made a few years ago. Its also discontinued so its getting harder to find. You can grab them on eBay for 200-300 dollars if you watch. Its a really well built RC truck. Awesome capabilities and a lot of fun. My son and I built a track for ot in our woods with logs and creek crossings. Love it. If you can find one, but it.
 

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I saw a couple at Toyota that were 1/24 scale and were both white with the Ivan Stewart racing stripes on them. Didn`t ask price being they were at Toyota :)
 

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When the FJ Cruiser was first introduced into the US back in '07, Toyota Motor Sales sent a model to most everyone who purchased the TRD Special Edition / Black on Black...
 

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The HPI Venture FJ was a great RTR (ready to run) model. Already nicely modded and tons of additional mods to keep you busy. Also additional bodies available to replace if needed or to switch things around. $400 (after the initial rush) wasn't a bad price for a fully built model (and when compared to several hundred dollars for an Autoart diecast).


I prefer 1:10th scale
 

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These are a bit faded....these were probably the first "toys" that showed up...they were somewhat hard to get...they were in Walmart Easter baskets of all things back in 2008(?).
There should be some old posts about them....1/18th scale(?)
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Buddy found this at the checkout of a small store and got it for me
Current mods:
Antenna hole
Shoe string for pulling jeeps
Looking into sticking another battery on it

The night he gave it to me we hooked it up to a jeep toy and recorded it dragging the jeep all around the garage.
 
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Nice, they carry a few versions of the die cast toys at my local dealership. It’s crazy, FJ’s have been discontinued in the US for six years now. But yet my dealer still sells the toys, lol. In the displays it’s FJ’s and Supra’s. I’ve never seen them have a Green TT model though, or I’d probably pick one up.
 

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I'm in love with these, I'm a toy a die-cast junky - but I don't have a single FJ. Never too late to start a new collection.
 
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