Just made the leap from my 2008 Sandstorm with 119K miles to the 2012 Lipstick TT (radiant red) with 30K miles and only minor upgrades. Wonder if I should do anything to it or preserve it as stock?
Awesome! I'm jealous! I would say make upgrades that keep it true to a TTSE but also enhance its capabilities off-road though they are already pretty capable.Just made the leap from my 2008 Sandstorm with 119K miles to the 2012 Lipstick TT (radiant red) with 30K miles and only minor upgrades. Wonder if I should do anything to it or preserve it as stock?
We may never know! But judging by the number of NSSEs I personally have seen, I would be surprised if there was really ONLY 80 NSSEs.Future generations will come here looking for factual numbers when attempting to determine value. :thinkerg:
So in all fairness to the 2011 TTSE and NSSE's, is there truly 2500 TTSE's out there or should we subtract the 51 to 80 NSSE's?
Go to IH8Mud for info on the FJ40. They are a forum for all the old Land Cruisers.Great Post!! Just got a 2013 TT rig last month. Traded my 2007 in for this one - love it. Lots of information on the FJ series - how about the FJ40 series anyone. Had 3 fj40's thru the years but my last one was a 1977 I bought from Canada. It had a Brass badge on the dash that said Sahara special edition and was tan in color. Searched the internet a few years ago and could find nothing about it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Ed
....... The Ultimate Edition, like the 2013 and 2010 Special Editions, has TRD's beadlock style 16" alloy wheels but in a new grey finish (the only Toyota model to use this specific wheel). These are wrapped with 265/75R16 BFGoodrich AT tires like all other special editions.