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1990 Toyota Land Cruiser Consumer Discussions


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In a perfect world, the Supra would replace the Land Cruiser in the lineup, as having the FJ (according to Toyota, the most capable off-raoder they produce) and Land Cruiser is somewhat redundant....

My 1964 Toyota Land Cruiser had to have 3 valve jobs and 3 new timing gears in 50k miles. I wish I still had it. It was the small window version. They are worth about 10 times what I paid new in 1964....

myth of reliability way too early, 1964 Toyota Land cruiser. I know first hand the feeling of being left stranded by the road with a broken down NEW vehicle. It was 30 years before I bought another T...

a new VW bug in 1967 because my 1964 Toyota Land Cruiser was a gas guzzling piece of junk. I traded that for a new Datsun PU truck in 1970. Then bought my wife a new 1973 Subaru coupe. I did not give...

It was not always that way. I bought a new Land Cruiser in 1964. Even with all the problems I got $2100 for it after 3 years & 50k miles. I paid $2400 for it new. The automakers are all laughing a...

I drive a 1990, 60 series Toyota Land Cruiser, and unfortunately a few days ago when pulling out of a parking spot, I backed into a small grassy hill. I am not exactly sure what happened to the exhaus...

myth in 1964 with one of their sub standard Land Cruisers. The engine was a disaster. A very poor copy of the Chevy 6. VW may be wise limiting themselves in a declining US auto market....
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