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Toyota LandCruiser FJ40 BJ40 BJ42 restoration update 15-11-2013 / 15-01-2014
Toyota LandCruiser BJ40 BJ42 FJ40 rust repair. A small update what hapened the last 2 mouths. Welded al the new parts in, build it up and checked everything for fitment, got it media blasted and base coated, got the pannels/welds in RX-5 Anti Rust and scothed the bottem surface By Ralph Blekkink





Toyota LandCruiser FJ40 BJ42 at the painters for some major bodywork November 2013
My Toyota LandCruiser BJ40 BJ42 FJ40 is currently at the painter for some major bodywork, primer and paint. By Ralph Blekkink





SOR - Specter Off-Road May 2005 visiting Toyota LandCruiser FJ40 grave yards in Saudi Arabia
SOR - Specter Off Road visiting several LandCruiser graveyards in 2005 in Saudi Arabia Marv Spector - SOR It is with great sadness that we annouce the passing of Marv Spector after a brief battle with cancer. Marv was the driving force behind Specter Off Road and along side his wife Kay are respected leaders in the Land Cruiser community. His knowledge and wisdom will be greatly missed. His friends and family were by his side and the outpouring of Love will continue to surround him forever. _________________ In Memoriam - Marv Spector July 30, 1949 - January 10, 2014





V8 45 Series Landcruiser Test
Testing out Flat Out Off Road Racing Teams 6.0L v8 45 series landcruiser, running King triple bypass shocks all round.





FJ40 1979 full restoration
FJ40 restoration and installing GMC engine 5.3 and 4L60E transmission ^^ its nice work





TOYOTA LANDCRUISER FJ40 PROJECT RESTORATION





Restoration FJ40 1976 | Video 63
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Toyota LandCruiser BJ40 BJ42 FJ40 restoration - rust repair
FJ40 BJ42 Toyota LandCruiser restoration - pictures Toyota LandCruiser FJ40 / BJ42 frame restoration with 3B Diesel engine swap http://clazziccruizer.blogspot.com By Ralph Blekkink





Toyota LandCruiser BJ40 BJ42 FJ40 frame restoration - rust repair
Toyota LandCruiser FJ40 BJ42 frame rebuilt, frame restoration March 2011, frame restauratie. All new Old Man Emu shocks, leaf springs and bushings Watch also: http://clazziccruizer.blogspot.nl/ By Ralph Blekkink





TOYOTA LANDCRUISER FJ40 1975 PROJECT RESTORATION





Toyota Land Cruiser fj40 1978
Toyota Land Cruiser fj40 1978 Publiée le 2013-11-07 avec musique The Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 1978 Historic Japanese Car For not only did the Land Cruiser FJ40 help Toyota develop its engineering, production and sales abilities here in the U.S. and elsewhere, but those abilities, once developed, provided the foundation for the design, production and sales of the automobile lines that followed the Land Cruiser. In 1955 development of the BJ concept led to the BJ25, which featured a metal top and doors, along with roll-down door windows. Amazingly, air conditioning also was available. These attempts to bring a bit of civility to the BJ signaled that Toyota had in mind larger markets than those represented by Japan's National Police or public agencies in other countries. It intended to penetrate the civilian market. And not just with this vehicle. According to the tenets of "The Land Cruiser Strategy," the Land Cruiser was much more than merely another vehicle to be sold. It was the point vehicle that established a base in each new country into which Toyota moved so that the Land Cruiser could be followed by Toyota passenger cars. Land Cruisers quickly found their way to Venezuela, Malaysia, Kuwait, Jordan, Dubaï and Australia, where they were ideally suited to challenging driving conditions in those countries. Finally, in 1958, Land Cruiser came to the United States. Just one unit was sold in that first year. That was about to change. In 1958 Land Cruisers were known by the model-name FJ28V. But model-year 1960 brought engineering and styling changes that heralded the birth of an icon. That's when the 20 Series took an evolutionary step into the 40-series. The familiar fold-down windshield, solid axles and sturdy leaf springs of the 25-series remained. But design revision provided the FJ40 with its now-familiar flat, white top, angular lines, wrap-around rear windows and fold-out rear doors, short overhangs, a horsepower Boost to 125, a three-speed transmission and the introduction of a two-speed transfer case. The change worked, especially here in the U.S. From 1961 to 1965, the FJ40 was Toyota's best-selling vehicle. Early experience in developing countries amply illustrated the FJ40's suitability as an exploration/expedition vehicle. Only one thing needed improvement: There wasn't enough space in which to haul the fuel and supplies needed for long trips -- this notwithstanding the presence of the FJ45V, a long, four-door version of the basic FJ40, which was built alongside the FJ40. So in 1967, responding to calls for a Land Cruiser with more comfort, more capability and more cargo capacity, the FJ45V was replaced with the four-door Land Cruiser 55 Series. The 55 Series was a development of the 40 Series, using hardware lifted from the 40 Series. But it rolled upon a wheelbase that was lengthened by 16 inches. To satisfy those looking for more comfort than available from the 40 Series' utilitarian interior, the 55 Series offered a padded dash, a fold-down rear seat and seating for six. The payoff came in production and sales numbers that nobody -- at least nobody outside Toyota -- could have predicted. By 1968, Toyota had built and sold 100,000 Land Cruisers. Demand for them was so great that assembly was done in a number of countries outside of Japan, including Brazil and Pakistan. The early 1970s were years of development of existing Land Cruiser models. For instance, in 1975 all Land Cruisers received an enlarged 4.2L (256.3 c.i.) B-series engine and with it, a new four-speed transmission. This engine underscored the Land Cruiser's reputation for unstoppable torque, a critical element that helped provide the Land Cruiser with its ability to crawl over obstacles on challenging trails. By now, Land Cruisers were an established part of rough-country life in the United States. For miners, ranchers and surveyors, the Land Cruiser was the vehicle of choice. In fact, in 1971 a Land Cruiser was driven the width of the United States while surveying an off-road route. By 1972, more than 200,000 Land Cruisers had been sold worldwide -- and 300,000 by 1973. There was play, or at least sport, as well as work: In 1974 a nearly stock FJ40 won the grueling Baja 1000 off-road race. Its sole modification involved its conversion for the use of propane, instead of gasoline, as fuel. As the Land Cruiser's reputation grew, so too did the demand for it. As a result, by 1977 a half-million Land Cruisers had hit roads and trails everywhere. But time was closing in on the 40 Series, and also on the 55 Series. For all the refinement it had received over its life span, the 40 Series remained fairly Spartan. So 1983 was its final year of sales in the U.S. Production of the 55 Series ceased in 1979. Sales numbers, meanwhile, continued to reflect the popularity and success of the Land Cruiser name. By 1980, 1,000,000 had been sold. www.theautochannel.com





TOYOTA LANDCRUISER FJ40 PROJECT RESTORATION





TOYOTA LANDCRUISER FJ40 PROJECT RESTORATION





1976 Toyota FJ-40 Land Cruiser, old man emu suspension, 36" swampers, disc brakes, SOLD, SOLD
This FJ has been sold





1980 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 Custom by TLC
This video depicts a customized FJ40 built by TLC for a client. We did not repaint the truck, as it was in fine shape. The client wanted an FJ40 with upgrades designed to enhance the ulitity vaule and drivability of the truck. So we fit Old Man Emu suspension, an LS fuel injected V8, updated the transmission and transfer case, power steering, A/C, enhanced the brake system with four wheel discs, improved seating, console, insulation, ICON front and rear bumper systems, and much more. The truck is now tearing up the roads in the southeast.





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