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RX-7? An RX-7? Really? I hope you know it's just a sports car with a washing machine under the hood.
"The rough, hard idle swells up and out from under the car, ricochets off other cars, and rams into the ears of the driver, the spectators. You think twice about a 383 Road Runner, but a hemi only once -- and let it pass."
nice ..... cant believe toyota actually had this ad
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wht do u find unbelievable??
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The easiest way to make your old car run better, is to check the prices of new car.
Could Any 1 Can Read the Exact Date oN Which It Was Issued?
Anyways Lc Are Surely the best SUV Available!
Lc is that old.Shocking news for me .......
I thought Toyota Land Cruiser was Launched in Late 1970...
I dont think that add is real ?
"Fun Begins Where Road Ends"
@offroad dont know about 1959 but I know some landcruisers from late sixties for sure. Lets find out when did it start.
To all the extreme drivers, please come offroad like ME to keep others safe on the roads.
nice find bhai(y)
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Thats wonderfull and the description on the AD is way too descriptive and practical
Keep a cool head and wear seatbelts!
1941 - The Japanese government tasked Toyota to produce a light truck for their military campaign. Toyota developed a prototype, the 2-ton AK10 in 1942. It was not a success and the production run went to Nissan instead. There are no known surviving photographs of the AK10. The only known pictorial representations are some rough sketches.
1951 - The BJ prototype is born in January 1951 called the 'Toyota Jeep'. Like the British Landrover Series 1 that appeared in 1949, it has a strong resemblance to the American World War II Willys Jeep. The BJ was somewhat bigger than the Jeep, and considerably more powerful thanks to its 2.2 L four-cylinder L-head engine generating 61 kW at 3000 rpm and 215 N·m at 1600 rpm. The BJ had a part-time four wheel drive system like the Jeep. Unlike the Jeep however, the BJ had no low-range transfer case, making do with an extra-low first gear with a 5.53:1 ratio.
1953 - Full-volume production of the BJ began with assembly undertaken at the Toyota Automatic Loom Works Ltd.
1954 - The Land Cruiser name was born. The manufacturer of the Jeep, Willys-Overland, objects to Toyota's use of the name 'Jeep', as the BJ was referred to as the 'Toyota Jeep'. Toyota apparently believed that 'Jeep' was a generic name for a four wheel drive vehicle. Technical director Hanji Umehara pondered over a new name. "In England we had another competitor - Land Rover. I had to come up with a name for our car that would not sound less dignified than those of our competitors. That is why I decided to call it 'Land Cruiser'," he recalls in an interview with South African Car Magazine.
hmmm...wow...nice find by the way
haha....yeah...its cool (y)
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Very unique ad indeed, a good find bro.
Justice delayed is justice denied.
Yes thats a genuine add
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Nice ad ...
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nice ad man
The perfect words never crossed my mind
Cause there was nothing in there but you
I felt every ounce of me, screaming out
But the sound was trapped deep in me
All I wanted, just sped right past me
But I was rooted fast to the earth
I could be stuck here for a thousand years
Without your arms to drag me out