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Palm Springs, California, United States
1967 TOYOTA FJ40 FROM SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. KEPT IN GREAT SHAPE. SOLID THROUGHOUT. RUNS VERY STRONG,ALL 4X4 DRIVE-TRAIN OPERATES AS IT SHOULD. SMOOTH CLUTCH AND NICE SHIFTING TRANSMISSION. A BLAST TO DRIVE! INTERIOR IS VERY CLEAN AND DASH IS COMPLETE. HAS LOTS OF FEATURES AND OPTIONS TOO....SUCH AS.....* ORIGINAL 6 CYLINDER ENGINE
* AFTER-MARKET WEBER CARB
* ORIG 3 SPEED MANUAL TRANS. COLUMN MOUNTED SHIFT
* SPECIAL ORDER PT WINCH
* KC OFF-ROAD DRIVING LIGHTS
* 33X15 BF GOODRICH ALL-TERRAIN TIRES (90% TREAD)
* POLISHED ALUMINUM WHEELS
* CUSTOM DIAMOND PLATE
* DESERT CAR-NO RUST
* EXCELLENT SHAPE... SOLID, STRAIGHT, LIFTED BODY
* RECENTLY PAINTED CORVETTE POLO GREEN
* AFTER-MARKET RECLINING SEATS AND REAR SEAT
* SOFT DOORS WITH BLACK BIMINI TOP
* NEW CHROME GRILL
* SPENT ITS LIFE INDOORS AWAY FROM THE WEATHER
* ORIGINAL STEERING WHEEL IN EXCELLENT CONDITION
* PREMIUM GAS HEAVY DUTY SHOCKS
* TRAILER HITCH
* CLEAN CALIFORNIA TITLE IN HAND.
WE INVITE ALL BUYERS OR THEIR REPRESENTATIVE TO PLEASE COME SEE AND DRIVE THIS VEHICLE PRIOR TO PURCHASE. THIS VEHICLE IS SOLD AS AS SHOWN WITH NO WARRANTY WHATSOEVER. WYSIWYG....PLEASE CALL LARRY 866-403-7034 FOR MORE INFORMATION.
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Auto blogThu, 14 Aug 2014
Toyota certainly caught our attention when it unveiled the FT-1 concept at the Detroit Auto Show last January. Coming from the same people who gave us the Lexus LFA, Scion FR-S and Toyota Supra, the FT-1 concept looked striking in its bright red livery. But the Japanese automaker isn't quite done with it yet.
No, we're afraid we don't have a production announcement to share at the moment, but Toyota has revealed two new versions of the FT-1 concept that cast it in different light. Most notable is the graphite version pictured above. Replacing the bright red paintjob and two-tone red and black interior of the original concept, this second iteration - presented in the metal at McCall's Motorworks Revival in Monterey, California - goes for a more upscale and refined graphite exterior and a tan leather interior with exposed metal elements.
Both versions of the virtually road-going FT-1 concept will be playable in GT6, but at the same time Toyota also revealed (in digital form, at least) a virtual racing version of the concept called the FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo. Looking like the original concept was prepared for Japan's Super GT series, the FT-1 Vision GT is retuned for racing, with wider fenders, more extreme aero, competition-spec alloys on slicks and the like.
There's a quiet revolution happening in US cities. People want to mix an urban lifestyle with a connection to nature and appreciation for craftsmanship. The result of all of this is folks pursuing things as varied as urban farming, home brewing and the whole maker movement. Toyota thinks it has the perfect concept for these intrepid customers with its new Urban Utility concept that it is debuting during a panel discussion hosted by Make: magazine in San Francisco and debuting publicly on September 20 at the World Maker Faire in New York City.
The Urban Utility concept can best be described as a modern take on the old panel van. Designers from Toyota's Calty Design Research center in California interviewed Maker Faire participants to find out what its users want from a novel vehicle like this. "Toyota saw an opportunity for a new approach to an urban vehicle based on increasing re-urbanization of our cities and urban drivers' desire for flexibility, fun and maneuverability," said Kevin Hunter president of Calty.
On the outside, the Urban Utility doesn't really scream for attention. It's meant to meet users "desire for greater utility but a smaller vehicle footprint," according to the release, but the shape is still very much a van. The designers do try to lend it some panache with the LED headlights up front and checker board side panels. It's really more about utility than looks, though, because the roof can roll back for taller loads, the rear glass retracts into the tailgate, and the whole rear can fold down as a ramp to load stuff more easily into the cabin. Toyota isn't talking about a powertrain yet but claims that the underbody is also especially durable for a long life in the big city.
Toyota is getting ready for the Tokyo Motor Show later this month, and to tease us, the Japanese automaker has released photos and information about the concept vehicles it'll be bringing to the show. In all, there'll be five world premieres from Toyota (six if you split the Voxy and Noah minivan concepts), including some vehicles that'll be released in the near future, and others that need more time to incubate.
Let's get the world premieres out first. Toyota is a pioneer of gasoline-electric hybrids, but it's also pursuing hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicles. The clearest indication of this is the FCV concept, a hydrogen-powered sedan in the same vein as the the FCV-R that will bow at the auto show. (Read more about the FCV, here.)
Other world debuts include the FV2 concept (pictured), a unique, one-seat future vehicle that emphasizes the "Fun to Drive" philosophy; the JPN TAXI concept, a next-generation taxi concept designed with Japanese hospitality in mind; and the Voxy and Noah concepts, next-generation minivans that differ most in exterior design cues and are scheduled to launch in the Japanese market in early 2014.