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    Default Next one: whats on your list?

    Although there are many 4x4s on my list.. but the one that I am really drooling over these days is Toyota 40 series.. Were they only offered as FJ40, or were there BJ40 and HJ40 models as well? and if yes what were the main differences other than petrol and deisel engines.

    Pls post pictures of your 40 series here..

    Whats on your list to buy at once?

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    Phew....and I thought I was the only one stuck in the past, amigo! Get hold of something newer.....being so RETRO ain't smart!
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    Only two versions of 40 series r FJ 40 and BJ 40. FJ is 6 cylinder petrol having 2F engine in them. BJ 40 has 4 cylinder diesel, 2B engines in them. In 40 series, there are no original 6 cylinder diesels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MITSU_MAN View Post
    @sajidd

    Phew....and I thought I was the only one stuck in the past, amigo! Get hold of something newer.....being so RETRO ain't smart!
    I will fast foward after I get an FJ40 and FJ80..
    There is one on Pakwheels, its in Islo.. but right now dont have the budget for it.. so i guess have no choice but to keep sabaar..
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    Quote Originally Posted by noman8ff View Post
    Only two versions of 40 series r FJ 40 and BJ 40. FJ is 6 cylinder petrol having 2F engine in them. BJ 40 has 4 cylinder diesel, 2B engines in them. In 40 series, there are no original 6 cylinder diesels.
    Thanks.. By the way what does HJ stand for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sajidd View Post
    Thanks.. By the way what does HJ stand for?
    H stands for the Toyota H series engine, e.g 1HZ

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    I do believe there were some 40 series with the H engines...the HJ45s and HJ47s.....

    Next one: whats on your list? - hj45 5

    • 1960 – J40 series launched. (wheelbase 2,285 mm (90 in) / 2,430 mm (96 in) / 2,650 mm (104 in)
    • 1965? – Longer wheelbase (2,950 mm (116 in)), FJ45-B, pickup and cab-chassis were added
    • 1967 – End of 4-door FJ45V (I) (w/b 2,650 mm (104 in)) production, replaced by FJ55 Station wagon

    <dl><dd> <dl><dd>– 2door FJ45-B renamed FJ45 (II) (w/b 2,950 mm (116 in))</dd></dl> </dd></dl>
    • 1973? – HJ45 launched with the H , 3.6 litre in-line 6 cylinder Diesel engine.
    • 1974 – BJ40 / 43 launched with the B, 3.0 litre in-line 4 cylinder diesel engine. A factory-fitted roll bar becomes standard in the United States.
    • 1975 – Rear barn doors are added to US model FJ40s. The lift gate remains available as an option in other countries.
    • 1976 – Disc brakes on the front axle and rear vent windows on the hard top in the United States
    • 1979 – Power steering (only F models) and air conditioning added to the options, gear ratios modified from 4:11 to 3:73 in the United States to be more freeway friendly
    • 1980 – HJ47 launched with a 4.0 liter 6 cylinder diesel engine. End of HJ45 production

    <dl><dd> <dl><dd>– BJ42/46 and BJ45 launched with a 3.4 liter 4 cylinder diesel engine</dd></dl> </dd></dl>
    • 1981 – Power steering added on the BJ models to the options, Disk Brakes added in Australia
    • 1984 – End of J40 series production (replaced by J70 series)
    • 2001 – End of Bandeirante production
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    Default @sherwan_88

    The H series toyota engines i.e H, 2H and 12H-T are totally different from the HZ engine. Yes, the H engines were offered in some 40 variants. A cruiser with any of these H engines would be HJXX and one with the 1HZ would be HZJXX.
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    The list is loooooooooooong, but the next one on it is a tie between 3
    • a TLC 70 series
    • a SWB Pajero
    • a SWB Nissan
    The 1st one that meets the eye & wallet wins

    You can tell that I'm not aware of the model codes of the Pajeros or the Nissans ..... but I know people who are

    The next one has to be the "pack it up, load em in and lets go where the road takes us" kind ........... kids are growing up & they need to see the country that provides them the freedom to grow up in.
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