Special thanks to Greg Miller and everyone at the Land Cruiser Heritage Museum for making this episode possible. Check it out: http://www.landcruiserhm.com/
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Hail to the king 👑 !!! I live in japan I own a land cruiser 78 series myself and I have never seen a video as cool and as informative in English as this one!... 👏👏👏👏👏 very well done ( would have loved to see more info about the 70 series(world wide the most famous land cruiser there is)).
I know Land Cruiser is the most iconic and reliable car but i never really cared for it (because i'm arabic and this car is everywhere it's annoying)
But after seeing this video, i'm actually thinking of selling my car and get whatever land cruiser model my money gets me, probably a 2011 model
Btw, in 1960, the Jeep CJ had 60HP. It eventually responded Two years later - 1962 by getting 75HP and eventually in 1965 by getting the 155HP V6 (optional that dominated their sales). Vs the Toyota I6 base.
Just for reference there.
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