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Jeep Willy CJ7 restored

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I recently saw this Jeep Willy CJ7 near my house, well restored, but very important part which made me laugh my head off.

Enjoy....

 

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It's indeed a very nice example of good restoration job considering the age of this Mitsubishi Jeep.

Btw, you can read here more in detail about the Mitsubishi Jeep's https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeep_CJ#Mitsubishi_Jeep

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Good write up and a brilliant read. @Gaurav thanks for enlightening me, I never knew about the Mitsubishi Jeeps, even learned about the Jonga from you. Never underestimate the power of a Mitsubishi.

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The J in Toyota FJ, BJ etc actually stands for Jeep. 

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6 hours ago, Barry said:

The J in Toyota FJ, BJ etc actually stands for Jeep. 

I could tell you what the "F" stands for, but I would hate to get kicked off the forum for using obscene language...

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I always heard people say FJ stands for Fake Jeep or Fatima Jassim (girly name for a girly car)

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