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60wag
08-07-2007, 09:18 PM
Edit 9/1/07: SOLD!





For Sale: 1984 FJ60, 183k miles, 30k miles since major overhaul


Items replaced or serviced within the last 30k miles:

Rebuilt and balanced engine (2F) , 150+ compression on all cylinders
Rebuilt transmission and transfer, new clutch, clutch master and slave cylinders
Jim C rebuilt carburetor
New intake/exhaust manifold
New high flow catalytic converter and exhaust
All smog control gear functional, Silicone vacuum control hose
New fuel pump, fuel filter
New ignition cap, rotor, OE plug wires and plugs
New Toyota power steering pump (not rebuilt)
Rebuilt brake booster
A/C system service
Gas tank replaced under recall
Front axle service including new seals, wheel bearings, trunion bearings, brake rotors and brake pads
Rear axle seals

Other improvements:

33x10.5 BFG AT KO tires, 10k miles, mounted on black steel rims
2.5” Ironman suspension lift, shocks and steering dampener
Front ubolt flip kit, rear ubolt skid plates
Greaseable HD anti inversion shackles and pins
Side rock sliders
Warn front bumper with 8274 winch
Rear bumper from JK Customs with receiver hitch
ARB air locker in rear diff, ARB air compressor and wiring harness
Aftermarket headlight wiring harness with H4 headlamps
Rear seat shoulder seat belts
Quick disconnect front sway bars links.
Engine block heater
110V AC power inverter
Interior spare tire mount (functional stock spare tire hoist)
Interior reupholstered with aftermarket covers
Stereo: 6 speaker w/ in-dash AM FM CD/MP3 w/ iPod input
Trailer wiring harness
CB radio

Misc:

Cooling system works well – stays cool on the hottest days

Front and rear heaters work well

A/C works well

Uncle Ben
08-07-2007, 09:25 PM
Oh my....but how could you live without a Cruiser wagon? :eek:

corsair23
08-07-2007, 10:04 PM
Oh my....but how could you live without a Cruiser wagon? :eek:

Isn't his new moniker going to be 80wag? :hill:

Wasn't Zepp looking for a 60?

60wag
08-08-2007, 04:35 AM
Don't worry, I have no intention of living without a Cruiser wagon. I just need to free up some space and $ to work on the next one.

Uncle Ben
08-08-2007, 07:35 AM
Don't worry, I have no intention of living without a Cruiser wagon. I just need to free up some space and $ to work on the next one.

But your even selling off all your 60 parts.....will you new wagon come with it's own spare parts? What kind of wagon could it be? :hill:

Hulk
08-08-2007, 10:01 AM
He already brought his 80 to the July RS meeting. There's no secret here. :)

MDH33
08-08-2007, 10:16 AM
I could forgive him for buying an 80 because he still had a cool 60 series. But now... :rolleyes: :D . Lets hope the 60 stays in the club somehow.

Maddmatt
08-14-2007, 09:41 AM
Bruce, did you sell this yet?

If not, here's a bump.
-Matt

60wag
08-17-2007, 06:19 AM
Not sold yet. Its a good price for a "ready to wheel" rig.

IanB
08-17-2007, 09:01 AM
My neighbor is interested, I'll get him to call you.

Clifford
04-14-2008, 03:39 PM
Hi-

I am the proud owner of 60wag's FJ60. I have named him Clifford, and hope to join you out on the trail someday. I am still a bit of a novice.

nakman
04-14-2008, 03:54 PM
Congrats, Clifford! Did you just get it, or buy it last summer?

60wag
04-15-2008, 06:09 PM
Nice to see you here. Post up some pics so I can how Clifford is doing :)