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1975 Toyota Fj55 Land Cru

1975 Toyota Fj55 Land Cruiser in Littleton, Colorado ----------------------------------- The Toyota FJ55 Land Cruiser was the first station wagon 44 built by the Japanese marque offering seating for up to 7 adults depending on internal configuration. The original prototype for Toyotas first 44 came thanks to a Willys Jeep that the Japanese found in the Philippines during WWII. The vehicle was sent back to Japan, shortly thereafter the Japanese military commissioned Toyota to build an almost identical vehicle. In the post-WWII years this 44 was evolved into the FJ40 series on up to the FJ55 series, with the latter staying in production from 1967 till 1980 when it was replaced with the less divisively designed J60 series. (Silodrome.com) ---------------------------------- --------------------------------- #toyota #landcruiser #instacars #instaauto #1970s #suv #cargram #carstagram #amazing_cars #offroading #carspotting #vintage #wagonwednesday #fj55 #autotrend #carspotting #soloparking #drivetastefully #autodesign #vscocam #wagon #wagonmafia #photooftheday #toyotafj #toyota4x4 #landcruising #retro #toyotalove #4x4

Buick Roadmaster 

Wagon

Buick Roadmaster Wagon Wednesday: inspired by your post @theparkedcar The Roadmaster name made a comeback with the estate after a 33-year abscene. It featured the 'Vista Roof' sunroof, a fixed sunroof over the second row of seats and was originally available with a 5.0 L small-block V8, replaced a year later with the 5.7 L LT1 engine #soloparking #buick #buickroadmaster #roadmaster ##facadelovers #facadeporn #santiagoadicto #carofinstagram #americancars #wintertime #brightcolors #carspotting #classiccarspotting #yellow #sunshine #futureclassic #contrast

Beautiful shot off the ne

Beautiful shot off the new adventador s _____________________________________________________ Follow--> @supercarsig.__ for more <-- _____________________________________________________ #cars #car #carswithoutlimits #carsofinstagram #supercars #exoticcars #cargram #carinstagram #carspotting #carsandcoffee #lovecars #carlovers #carspotter #carsdaily #supercarlifestyle #koenigsegg #megacars #megacar #bugatti #chiron #olive #green #performance #performancecars #Koenigsegg #one:1 #adventador s #Lamborghini

An extract on #carspotting

Carlos is the host of Carspotting and runs two businesses Imports & Classics, and Cascadia Customs, or Triple C. In an interview with the Bellingham Herald recently, Becerra said, "Ive been a car guy my whole life Whatcom County is full of old cars. You drive around the backroads and you see a lot of cars by barns or sitting in fields." As a teenager, according to the outlet, Carlos worked in berry fields and sold from his own stand. After graduating high school, he started buying cars and shipping them out of stage.

The county was created from Island County by the Washington Territorial Legislature on March 9, 1854. It originally included the territory of present-day San Juan and Skagit counties, which were later organized after additional settlement. Its name derives from the Lummi word Xwotqom, meaning "noisy water." Whatcom County comprises the Bellingham, WA Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Whatcom County's northern border is the CanadaUS border with the Canadian province of British Columbia. Adjoining the county on the north are five of metropolitan Vancouver's suburbs, Delta, White Rock, Surrey, Langley, and, in the central Fraser Valley, Abbotsford. Several shopping malls and other services in Bellingham and elsewhere in the county are geared to cross-border shopping and recreation. The five crossing points are two at Blaine (one at the Peace Arch, located on the Interstate 5 crossing; and the other a commercial and passenger crossing on the Pacific Highway at State Route 543, both to Surrey, British Columbia); as well as at Lynden (SR 539, to Aldergrove); Sumas (SR 9, to Abbotsford); and Point Roberts (Tyee Drive, to Tsawwassen).

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 2,503 square miles (6,480 km2), of which 2,107 square miles (5,460 km2) is land and 397 square miles (1,030 km2) (16%) is water. The county includes Lake Whatcom, which empties into Bellingham Bay by way of Whatcom Creek. Physiographically, Whatcom County is an extension of the Fraser Valley or "Lower Mainland" area of British Columbia. This is essentially the lowland delta plain of the Fraser River. At some periods in the past one of the Fraser River's lower arms entered Bellingham Bay near Bellingham via what is now the mouth of the Nooksack River. A very small part of the county, Point Roberts, about 5 square miles (13 km2), is an extension of the Tsawwassen Peninsula, which is bisected by the CanadaUS border along the 49th Parallel. The highest point in the county is the peak of the active volcano Mount Baker at 10,778 feet (3,285 m) above sea level. The lowest points are at sea level along the Pacific Ocean.

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