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1983 Toyota Land CruiserReview
Alams writes:
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The Best Land Cruiser Ever Made By Toyota — Great to drive, easy and comfortable. Build tough and to last for 30 years at least!. Performs very good for an 4x4 vehicle and it's capable of carrying on almost ANY offroad add-on or accessory ever made. And of course, it's very fun to drive.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: It0s a Toyota, Build to last!

Cons: No stocks available.

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1983 Toyota Land CruiserReview
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If You Are An Australian Male You Should Own One Once In Your Life — The cruiser is uncomfortable, hot, slow and a petrol guzzler but it is tough as nails and has character. I bought if from a farmer for $2500, gave it a new paint job with my two brothers and this year it gets a new set of tyres!

Primary Use: Utility (towing boats, transporting cargo, etc.)

Pros: Hillbilly style and the ability to tow a race car

Cons: if you are in a hurry

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1983 Toyota Land CruiserReview
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Toyota Land Cruiser Fj-40 Diesel 1983 — The most collected of the Land Cruiser family. I began restoring it a year ago. Now its completely done. Everything works, including the gauges. Nippon Denso a/c and power steering installed. Still does 10 km/liter diesel. amazing.

Pros: Value continues to go up. Selling from 20k to 30k in the U.S.

Cons: Harsh Ride.

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1983 Toyota Land CruiserReview
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Hj47 Landcruiser — typical toyota its built tough and will last forever and go anywhere but watch for rust

Pros: space and it will go ANYWHERE!!!!!

Cons: bloody slow

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