Damn that is a harsh thing you said about Eric, and I think it has been exaggerated a little. I heard he usually goes out twice a year, so you may have another chance to go out wheeling with him.You do realize you just replied to Eric right? His annual wheeling trip is already done...maybe next year.:lmao:
NICE!!!........ Welcome to the Valley!I am here for the rest of my days....I bought a nice house here in glendale and just had a 40x60 shop put up.......lets go wheeling soon!
Still working on getting the rest of my vehicles down here.....10 foot doors, the yellow truck will have to sit in the driveway, it's 13 feet wide......NICE!!!........ Welcome to the Valley!
Did you bring all your toy's down with you?....... I'm thinking a 40x60 shop isn't going to be enough if you did........ I hope it has high ceilings? :lmao:
Sweet Rig, I still want one and may buy one in a few years after I am tired of the buggy.Finally took some pics of my FJ40....VERY clean survivor with low original miles....I've been toying with it for several months, need to replace rear sill, but no other significant issues other than that. Runs perfect and I'm not gonna lie....I dig driving it around.
I've been looking for a very long time...just never really found one that wasn't hacked up or a rust bucket. This one is 100% original other than a repaint about 10 years ago, bought from original owner who has kept it stored indoors at his cabin around St. George, UT, so virtually zero rust. It's completely unrestored and runs like new. Little things here and there, not going for a full frame off or anything, just a nice stock driver for mild off road excursions and generally cruising around.Sweet Rig, I still want one and may buy one in a few years after I am tired of the buggy.
As soon as he hacks it up and sticks tons under it would be my guess.