Fun in the Spring Virtual Car Show Entrants
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1979 Toyota Landcruiser FJ40
Mike B. of Bluffton
Sun City Hilton Head Car Club
Despite being one of the most capable, go-anywhere vehicles ever built, my 1979 FJ40 only goes off road when I park on grass at a car show. The 4.2 liter in-line 6 engine has only 105,000 miles. Toyota sold the FJ40 into the US market from 1960 through 1983. In 1979, the US bought approximately 5,700 Land Cruisers (multiple models).
2015 Motor Max Toyota FJ40
Mike B. of Bluffton
Sun City Hilton Head Car Club
This is a 100% factory original FJ40 by Motor Max and 1/24 sibling to my 1979 FJ40. I cannot find engine specs for the mini-40 but can honestly state that I have yet to buy gas for it. The Motor Max hard-top is removable for open-air cruising. Even though it’s a manual process, the conversion requires no tools and can be completed in seconds.
1985 Nissan 300ZX Z31
Ronnie S. of Durham
Triangle Z club
I am the 2nd owner of this car I bought it 3 years ago and restored it all original.
1978 Lincoln Continental Coupe
James A. of Raleigh
47,XXX original miles, rust free, excellent, original interior, 460/521 CI stroker. 13.61 ET in the 1/4 mile. Never raced, just timed on the track. A really fun drive. Original spare tire/wheel never on the ground. Going up for sale soon.

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