1991 Toyota Land Cruiser Turbo Diesel on 2040-cars
Anchorage, Alaska, United States
1991 Toyota Land Cruiser VX limited turbo diesel, very good condtion overall with no rust and only a few minor dents/scratches. Paint shows clear coat delamination on rear driver side. Body in good condition, interior in good condition with minor blemishes to be expected for this age. Engine/suspension and drivetrain in very good condition.
Features: 6 cyl turbo diesel, auto trans, Old Man Emu suspension, shocks and steering stabilizer, ARB bumper/brush guard, ARB roof rack, 10,000 lb winch, new tires. heated seats, adjustable seats with power lumbar controls, center console fridge freezer combo, PIAA fog lights, upper console compass, altimeter and angle gauge. front and rear air conditioning, nice aftermarket stereo.
History: Delivered to Canada approximately 10 years ago, Came to Alaska last year where it was blended with an American vehicle, hence the clear Alaska title and registration.
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Mon, 17 Nov 2014 16:27:00 EST
Toyota's decision to move its US headquarters from its longtime home in Torrance, CA, to Plano, TX, was one of the biggest stories in the automotive industry this spring. With several months since the announcement, more details about the plan have leaked out. It seems that pulling up stakes could mean an even larger shakeup in the Toyota workforce than first thought.
Sat, 08 Jun 2013 12:59:00 EST
According to Automotive News, Toyota intends to hang onto around 50 percent of its workforce in the move to the Lone Star State. However, even that figure might be optimistic. According to an unnamed insider speaking to AN, there is a fear the actual number could be closer to 30 percent. For comparison, Nissan retained about 42 percent of its workers in its move from California to Tennessee.
The actual percentage making the move is a mystery because Toyota is still rewriting its job descriptions under a single set of guidelines. The changes affect benefits, bonuses and the reporting structure, according to Automotive News, and employees' reactions could play a big role in who decides to go. According to an unnamed worker speaking to AN, the wait is hurting morale. Some people are even applying at the nearby Honda headquarters.
Alright, so maybe "most elegant" is a bit of a stretch, but we feel safe in calling the 1992 Toyota Paseo in the video below an "automobile." High praise, we know. Still, it's clear someone loves the awkward little coupe enough to produce a hilarious video to sell the thing. Henry Floyd worked up a quick parody of the over-the-top luxury car ads we all know and loathe, and while the finished product is a little skimpy on details like price or location, it certainly doesn't hold back on the exposition.
Thu, 31 Jul 2014 09:30:00 EST
Hell, if we didn't already have a parade of horrible ideas floating around our collective driveways, we might even be convinced to give this little heap a new home. You can check out the ad for yourself below, just don't be surprised if you find yourself with a burning desire to own a Paseo.
Rallying may enjoy a very strong association with all-wheel drive, but it wasn't so long ago that the World Rally Championship was populated by cars that slipped and slid across gravel and tarmac using rear-wheel drive. One of those was the Toyota Celica. While the little Celica eventually joined the gravel-spewing masses with an all-wheel-drive rally car, Toyota is returning to its rear-drive rally roots with a modified version of the critically acclaimed GT86.
Called the CS-R3, the new model boasts all the necessary changes to turn the diminutive twin of the Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ into a car capable of tackling the tough, twisting paths that are so routinely conquered by the world's rally cars. That means, of course, the CS-R3 has gotten a power bump.
Expected output sits between 240 and 250 horsepower, thanks to a new racing exhaust and manifold, as well as other changes. The ECU has been replaced with an item a bit more suited to racing, while the compression ratio has also been adjusted to boost the output.