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Toyota's unstoppable Land Cruiser turns 60

by Jeff Glucker (RSS feed) on Feb 2nd, 2011 at 11:29AM

The Toyota Land Cruiser turns 60 – Click above for high-res image gallery The year was 1951 and Toyota was hard at work creating a new all-terrain vehicle for military use. After much development, the Toyota BJ was the result of the Japanese automaker's hard work, and the go-anywhere SUV quickly established itself as a capable workhorse. In fact, it was the first vehicle to be driven to Mt. Fuji's sixth hill station, a climb rising 2,500 meters. After that feat, the Toyota BJ was applied to police fleets around the country. Sixty years and a name change later, the Toyota Land... Read More

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