Your love for BJ 60 is good.
Sometimes, I feel nostalgic about my own Ex BJ 60's, and HJ 60'S, 61'S, by looking at yours.
Strangely, in spite of leaf springs, it has very good articulation over rough surface, the best dirt-grip that I have experienced was on one of the BJ's. I took one to Thandiani on a snow-track, and we reached there without any problem, where a lot of BJ 40's and some Suzuki Potohars and probably one LJ70 or 71 were stuck on the way. I think it all has to do with the wheel-base and the weight distribution. I am not sure, though.
Anyway, these are good machines.