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If you're a fan of vintage Japanese cars, be sure to check out Nissan's online heritage site. There are tons of vintage Nissan pics and specs going all the way back to the 1920s. Each featured car or truck has relevant specs and a little "detail" tab that gives some background on that specific car.
The Volkswagen Kombi van reached iconic status, with even a school lunch box fashioned in its image. During those early years, the Volkswagen Microbus morphed into various forms. From a cargo carrier with no windows behind the driver's seat to a windowed passenger van with three rows of seats, the possibilities seemed endless.
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1992 Toyota Land Cruiser HZJ77 - 4.2L Diesel I6 Motor - Japanese Import - Right Hand Drive - 4WD with Factory Front and Rear Diff Locks - 138k Original Miles (223k Kilometers) - California Truck with Clean Cali Title (Please note: If you happen to be viewing this 1992 Toyota Land Cruiser HZJ77 on a website other than our Garage Kept Motors site, its possible that youve only seen some of our many photographs of this vehicle due to website limitations. To be sure you access all the more than 175 photographs, please go to our main website: GarageKeptMotors.) ... the utilitarian, workhorse Land Cruiser thats been an object of desire for anyone who misses the old-school, bare-bones version of Toyotas legendary SUV. Doug Demuro, Oversteer, 10/2/2018 Automotive journalist, Doug Demuro, went on to call the 70-Series the Forbidden Land Cruiser. Describing the vehicles history: When the FJ40 ended production in the early 1980s, Toyota split the Land Cruiser world into two models-the 60 Series and the 70 Series. North America got the FJ60, but the 70 Series was considered too utilitarian for our needs, so it never came here. Like many vehicles denied to American buyers, the HZJ77 Land Cruisers became something of a legend. With the expiration of the 25-year prohibition on their import, a limited number of these JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) right-hand-drive-only, diesel-powered Land Cruisers are at last finding their way onto Americas roads... and backroads... and no roads. Another automotive reviewer listed many of the 70 Series technical and engineering charms: In long-wheel base J77 form, it came equipped with one of Toyotas best engines, the 1HZ 4.2L six-cylinder diesel engine. The 1HZ offers low-end torque, reliability, longevity, and the ability to add a turbocharger. (The engines) so good that it is still in production today. The 1HZ diesel was paired with the A440f automatic 4-speed torque converter lock-up transmission. Its mechanically actuated and hydraulically controlled with mechanical throttle-control input for kick-down function. The power goes to all four wheels when engaged through electrically activated front hubs and a full-floating rear axle. The benefit of a full-floating rear axle is easy repair if it breaks out in the field-which it wont because this is a 70 series Land Cruiser! The vehicle offered here has been used, but importantly, not abused over its 138,000 miles (a relatively conservative average of just under 5,000 miles per-year). While there really are no garage queen HZJ77 Land Cruisers out there given their intended purpose, this example shows quite well. Its light beige exterior paint beneath white roof paint (all appearing to have benefitted from a professional re-spray) is shiny and unblemished. Body panels are free of damage and the only obvious surface rust is forward of the right-rear wheel opening. Body trim, emblems, glass and, aftermarket alloy wheels are all in excellent condition. The oversize Falken Wildpeak premium off-road tires retain excellent tread. Inside, the Land Cruiser offers utilitarian looks, but creature comforts including power windows, automatic transmission, sunroof, and air conditioning... even an analog altimeter. Gray plastic dashboard surfaces are free of damage. Well-bolstered front bucket seats and rear bench seats are upholstered in two-tone gray fabric. Gray carpeting is in place throughout. The ambulance-style rear doors open to a generous cargo area where surfaces show use, but not abuse. The engine bay is tidy and well organized. The engine is clean but not detailed to an unrealistically high level. Underneath, all components are present and everything is solid. Skid plates are free of dents and damage. Clearly it has been well cared for. The more than 175 high-definition photographs available at the GarageKeptMotors site show the vehicle from every angle, including underneath, and give a faithful representation of co
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