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Old 03-30-2014, 08:33 PM
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1971 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser.

Engine:
-Rebuilt roller cam Chevy 350 from a 1987 Camaro
-RV performance Camshaft
-Downy Engine conversion kit
-670cfm Holly Truck Avenger Carburetor
-Edeblrock Polished Performance Air-Gap manifold
-Hedman street rod headers
-Saginaw Power steering system
-Larger 4-core aluminum radiator
-High performance distributor

Transmission:
4-Speed manual transmission from a 1974 FJ40

Suspension:
-Downey 4” suspension system to include cantilever unfolding shackles for added articulation if needed
-Spector replacement body-mount bushings
35x14.50x15 Super Swamper SSR tires mounted on 15x12 Mickey Thompson wheels

Body:
-Rocky Mountain Land Cruisers one-piece aluminum tub and cowling with detachable windshield frame
-Rocky Mountain Land Cruiser aluminum tailgate storage box
-One-piece reinforced fiberglass hood and fenders
-Rocky Mountain Land Cruiser bolt on front brush guard
8000lb winch with 8’ remote cable

Interior:
-Summit racing Seats with 5-point harness
-Aluminum Dash panels with Phantom gauges
-Kenwood CD player in sealed compartment of glove box, 6x9 Infinity outdoor speakers with 10” JL subwoofer. CD player can be controlled by a water resistant maritime control panel that’s mounted on the dash
-Includes chargeable USB iPod or iPhone cable while glove box is shut.
-AC 110 volt power outlet with power inverter in the back tub of cruiser for air compressor, welder or tools

-I have all receipts from previous owner and myself; vehicle has never been off-road and always garaged.


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seidersjoden@gmail.com
757-701-6266
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Old 03-30-2014, 10:28 PM
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Price?
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Old 04-01-2014, 10:44 PM
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Price?
I was thinking the same thing. Not to mention "never been off road". Um, then what's the point of all that stuff?

I do know Ron did good work.
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Old 04-07-2014, 01:04 AM
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48,000.00 and who's Ron?
Also, who cares if I haven't taken it off road. Do you really want to get in the business of judging people you don't know. You could always call me and find out what I do for a living.
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Old 04-07-2014, 07:26 AM
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really....

1st post is to sell a truck, second is to get pissed about someone asking questions?

ease it back

I'll be sure to pass this on to everyone I know, "owner is a great guy."
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Old 04-07-2014, 10:09 AM
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48,000.00 and who's Ron?

Also, who cares if I haven't taken it off road. Do you really want to get in the business of judging people you don't know. You could always call me and find out what I do for a living.

Might want re-read Jeff's comment. Sounded like he was asking why you hadn't taken such a built rig off road yet. Furthermore, he also plugged Ron for you. BTW, Jeff know just about everyone in the "cruiser" industry. Nice introduction... to a family oriented club. If that wasn't clear enough- THIS IS A CLUB NOT A PIRATE FORUM!
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Old 04-07-2014, 11:59 AM
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I thinks it's best if we start this one over.....

Rising Sun is a very family oriented club, we're all pretty close-knit. While there are no rules to posting, you have to expect folks to ask about price so why not include it in the original post?

I'm sure Jeff was speaking about Ron from Rocky Mountain Land Cruisers since they were mentioned by name in the Body section of the post.

As far as offroad or not, I say who cares? Some people enjoy building vehicles simply for the enjoyment of building them and with no intentions of ever using it as such. I see no issue with this vehicle never being offroad, but it's also another question you have to expect with such an expensive build. It's still very nice. I see no mention of gearing or lockers though, seems like it was built more for SoCal streets or Saturday Night street runs (which is totally acceptable IMO)

Maybe a short explanation would have made a better presentation to everyone here? Some of the members here are deeply rooted in Land Cruiser history and knowledge and they're going to want to know more than your average buyer. Especially at this price point. GLWS.
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Old 04-07-2014, 08:21 PM
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48,000.00 and who's Ron?
Also, who cares if I haven't taken it off road. Do you really want to get in the business of judging people you don't know. You could always call me and find out what I do for a living.
Ron Corzon owned Rocky Mountain Land Cruisers up until around 3-4 years ago when he sold the business and retired to Costa Rica with his wife. I came really close to buying his business from him but my wife vetoed that.

It is unusual for someone to have a whole bunch of work done on a rig and then never use it, was just curious why, that's all. Wasn't judgement, just curiosity.
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Old 04-08-2014, 11:55 AM
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48,000.00 and who's Ron?
Also, who cares if I haven't taken it off road. Do you really want to get in the business of judging people you don't know. You could always call me and find out what I do for a living.
But: "Serious inquiries only."
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Old 04-08-2014, 12:14 PM
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talk about biting the hand that feeds.. wow.
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