This Toyota Land Cruiser 40 series (1960 – 1984), also know as an FJ40, was spotted here in all its tangerine glory. Judging by the surf rack, rust spots and half used bar of Sex Wax, it’s obvious this dude takes his 4×4 to the beach from time to time. Think of FJ40, which was the design inspiration for the current Toyota FJ Cruiser, as a Defender 90 within reach (i.e. they are a lot cheaper). These rough and tough FJs are also a unique alternative to the similarly valued vintage wranglers, called CJs (Civilian Jeeps)
Entries from February 9th, 2009
It’s not often that you get to pull the cover off a Lamborghini during the winter months in NYC. But, thanks to the sunny, unusually mild weather pictured here, the owner of this gen 1 coupe was able to cruise the streets in style. We caught him checking out the similarly colored (yellow/black) Kawasaki KZ400 (1974-1984) across the street.