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Old 09-09-2006, 10:53 AM   #1
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I was at a toyota meet near Frankfurt germany and got a few pics of euro cruisers.





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Old 09-09-2006, 01:11 PM   #2
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damn good pics and thnks for sharing......i love old LC's
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That black one looks like a stretch job or something. Thanks for sharing the pics!
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Should of brought me one home
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Old 09-10-2006, 11:45 PM   #6
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Its the "SUV" version of the FJ-45 pick-up. Commonly referred to as a "Troopy" as in troop transport.
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Whats up with everyone in those blue suits?
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I don't leave untill next year, and I can bring two vehicles back to the states with me. One will be my 05 tacoma, and the other one is still up in the air. If it is 20 years old or older you can squeek it through customs full euro spec (converting to american specs costs about $4000 so unless it's something your REALLY love it's retarded) and it has to be a model "similar to one released in the US". So what would you bring home? A diesel toyota of some sort or a unimog? It's hard to say no to a 'mog...
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I don't leave untill next year, and I can bring two vehicles back to the states with me. One will be my 05 tacoma, and the other one is still up in the air. If it is 20 years old or older you can squeek it through customs full euro spec (converting to american specs costs about $4000 so unless it's something your REALLY love it's retarded) and it has to be a model "similar to one released in the US". So what would you bring home? A diesel toyota of some sort or a unimog? It's hard to say no to a 'mog...
It's about time. Damn you were there for a long time. What state are you going back to? You gotta be a million are by now.
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It's only been 8 years... I put in for Ft Irwin and Alaska, but seeing how I have been overseas for so damn long I will probably get Irwin. Hope so, I miss the desert...
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bring over a 70 series. they are just about 25 yrs old now and you should be able to find an 81-82 model. that is a very desirable series over here. just search what people on ih8mud go through to try to get one over here.
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