The New CJ3B

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The New CJ3B

Postby illustr8r » Tue Jun 22, 2010 12:59 pm

'44 GPW 192067, 4/1/44, U.S.N. ... rd_id=2897
'44 Bantam T3 #49202, 8/17/44, (#0704670 est.) ... W&T3.2.jpg
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Re: The New CJ3B

Postby Marty, SoCal » Wed Jul 07, 2010 6:49 pm

Cool, in a way, but it will never see the light of day as it undoubtably will not pass the current safety or smog standards to be sold as a street vehicle in the USA. For instance, It would need dual air bags, a tire pressure monitor system, a much lower bumper height, meet rollover standards, have a stability /traction control anti-lock brake system, etc. etc. etc.
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Re: The New CJ3B

Postby BrenGun » Sat Aug 14, 2010 9:03 pm

Yeah, I've seen this for awhile now. It originally had a 3Bish looking grill that was morphed into an FJ Landcruiser somehow. Way overpriced, though.
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