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Military Type Toyota Landcruiser

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1958 Military Toyota Land Cruiser. Photo: Courtesy of David Marsh
1958 Military Toyota Land Cruiser. Photo: Courtesy of David Marsh.

1960 Military Toyota Land Cruiser. Photo: Courtesy of David Marsh
1960 Military Toyota Land Cruiser. Photo: Courtesy of David Marsh.

1962 Toyota FJ-40 Land Cruiser,  Royal Australian Navy.  Photo: Courtesy of David Marsh
1962 Toyota FJ-40 Land Cruiser, Royal Australian Navy. Photo: Courtesy of David Marsh.

1963 Toyota Land Cruiser FFR, Built by the Delta Motor Co. in the Phillipines, used in the Malaysian conflict. Owned by Lionel Smart (Australia) since 1966. Photo: Courtesy of David Marsh
1963 Toyota Land Cruiser FFR, Built by the Delta Motor Co. in the Phillipines, used in the Malaysian conflict. Owned by Lionel Smart (Australia) since 1966. Photo: Courtesy of David Marsh.

1963 Toyota Land Cruiser FFR, Built by the Delta Motor Co. in the Phillipines, used in the Malaysian conflict. Owned by Lionel Smart (Australia) since 1966. Photo: Courtesy of David Marsh
1963 Toyota Land Cruiser FFR, Built by the Delta Motor Co. in the Phillipines, used in the Malaysian conflict. Owned by Lionel Smart (Australia) since 1966. Photo: Courtesy of David Marsh.

1963 Toyota Land Cruiser FFR, Built by the Delta Motor Co. in the Phillipines, used in the Malaysian conflict. Owned by Lionel Smart (Australia) since 1966. Photo: Courtesy of David Marsh
1963 Toyota Land Cruiser FFR, Built by the Delta Motor Co. in the Phillipines, used in the Malaysian conflict. Owned by Lionel Smart (Australia) since 1966. Photo: Courtesy of David Marsh.

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