Actual VIN: JT1P0LJ7009501346
Here is an example of a rarely available LJ70 cabriolet with 5-speed manual transmission, left-hand drive. This
Cruiser also has the sought-after shock/spring suspension setup. The car drives, accelerates, and idles as you
would expect from such a low-mileage car. The suspension and tires soak up anything you throw at it as the
interior remains rigid with little, if any, squeaks or rattles. This car has to be driven to be appreciated.
During a refresh a few years ago, the car also received the following:
Old Man Emu suspension
Front and rear ARB air-locking differentials (the compressor is tucked away in the trunk)
Rear seat was replaced with a newer vinyl 70-series version
New rag-top (also comes with an aftermarket bikini top)
Custom Front and rear off-road steel bumpers (with integrated tow-hook)
Front 6,000lbs winch (with remote activation)
1987 Toyota Land Cruiser Lj70 on 2040-cars
Wilbraham, Massachusetts, United States
Actual VIN: JT1P0LJ7009501346
Toyota Land Cruiser for Sale
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Auto blogSat, 16 Aug 2014 12:01:00 EST
If you're an enthusiast, and you don't know that Dodge spawned another Hellcat this week, you really must have been living in cave. The 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat is probably the biggest news for enthusiasts since the reveal of, well the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat.
But, there are some things you might not know or might have missed about the new Charger and Challenger Hellcats. For starters, reports that the Hellcat production would be limited to a low volume are not true.
"We have not capped the Hellcat on either the Challenger or the Charger," Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis said.
Not to be outdone by the Renault Twin'Z concept penned by Welsh designer Ross Lovegrove, Toyota has partnered up with French designer Jean-Marie Massaud to create the 2013 Toyota Me.We Concept. Unveiled at Le Rendez-vous Toyota in Paris, the Me.We Concept is an attempt to imagine a car that can be appreciated by owners across a wide variety of lifestyles while being courteous to the environment, too.
From a "Me" perspective, the concept is highly customizable with removable body panels, and even though it might look like just a small hatchback from the outside, Toyota claims it can also be used as a pickup (with an extendable rear panel), a convertible (with a neoprene roof panel) and even an off-road vehicle. As for the "We" part of the car, it's a fully electric vehicle with individual in-wheel motors and a battery pack mounted under the load floor. The concept has a weight of around 1,600 pounds kept low thanks to an aluminum chassis, but it also features renewable bamboo wood for the floor in addition to the fully recyclable polypropylene exterior body panels. Scroll down to see more in an official video and to check out Toyota's official press release.
In 26 years, from 1988 up to now, the Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky plant in Georgetown has built ten million vehicles - nearly enough for every citizen of Seoul, Korea or the nation of Hungary. The first car to roll off the line back when the claymation California Raisins were singing old Marvin Gaye hits and everybody wanted to know Who Framed Roger Rabbit? was a white Camry. The ten-millionth car to roll off the line among the Avalons and Venzas also produced there: a white Camry Hybrid.
Toyota has put $5.9 billion into the site since its inception, employment is up to 7,000 associates and will grow when Lexus ES350 assembly begins next year. Whereas car number one is a showpiece for the ages, one of the automaker's current associates will get to win the ten-millionth car in a blind drawing to be held this summer.
There's a press release below with more information on the impressive milestone.