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    There aren't many non military FSJs here in Indonesia

    While there are a lot of M715s (now Hercules diesel powered) the civil FSJs you rarely see on the road , I might see 5 in a year

    I was told by the Police Dept that there are only 8 J20s in the whole country (220 million people) so it makes my truck rare here

    These are some photos I took of a few of the FSJs at the lady's house where I bought my J20 in 2006. She had 9 or 10 FSJs (including the 3 FSJs in these photos which were taken in the capital city Jakarta in West Java) and others in Central and East Java including J10s , more wagoneers , another J20 and some M715s

    The 2 Wagoneers had been stored for since 2001 but are now back on the road and working in the wild wild east of Irian Jaya.











    Last edited by JavaJeep; 08-17-2008, 10:59 AM.
    Happiness is 40 something with a Jeep 20 yrs older and a woman 20yrs younger ... and a J20 in the driveway

    Jeeps

    1944 Willys FrankenJeep 134 cuin
    1962 MitsuWillys Jeep 350 V8 5 speed project
    J20 258/T18a/NP208/D44/D60

    3 is enough for the moment

  • #2
    An inline Toyota Turbo motor?! AWESOME! Was that a Supra engine? I am amazed at the paint and dash install.
    1979 Chero S "Sundog" 1979 Chero S "Hammer"
    1968 327 J3000 1978 J10SWB
    The Edge... there is no honest way to explain it because the only people who really know where it is are the ones who have gone over.
    Hunter S. Thompson .

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    • #3
      AWESON, I am sorry but I would be going to that lady just to check out her JEEPS.
      http://s252.photobucket.com/albums/h...eep%20Trailer/

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      • #4
        Is that steering wheel from a Honda? Was the diesel a conversion or did they come with Toyota diesels over there? Nice looking trucks!
        1968 M715-Driveway queen/in progress

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        • #5
          I would say you got the J20 from the right place. Thanks for sharing local FSJs!
          Flint
          Ran when parked.
          http://jubileejeeps.org/quadratrac
          88 GW, 401/727/208, 5" lift, D44s/4.10s/locked up, 35s with a few Evil Twin & TT's Fabworks mods
          76 401 Wag, 77 401 Wag, 77 401 J20
          http://eviltwinfab.com http://www.ttsfabworks.com

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          • #6
            NICE dash conversion! Wow!
            Ethan Brady
            1987 Grand Wagoneer, slightly longer than stock.

            www.bigscaryjeep.com

            Don't mess with me. I once killed a living hinge.

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            • #7


              OMG
              That's enough to make me want to work on mine again.
              Thanks,
              2000 Infinity QX4, 3.3L, MPFI, 4 speed auto, 2 speed Nissan tcase, Unibody, IFS front, 4 link rear solid axle with 255-70/16s

              IFSJA WMS PROJECT
              EARLY WAG LIFT SEARCH

              ...Pay no attention to these heathen barbarians with their cutting torches and 8" lift kits!...
              Self Inflicted Flesh Wound

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              • #8
                The Wagoneer originally came with a 258 and 4 speed manual , the owner converted in to a Toyota 12H-T 3.9 litre 6 cyl turbo diesel with auto trans , I can't remember what transfer case was used

                More photos of the interior

                I'd never seen this done before , the dash looked like it was factory made , great job









                Happiness is 40 something with a Jeep 20 yrs older and a woman 20yrs younger ... and a J20 in the driveway

                Jeeps

                1944 Willys FrankenJeep 134 cuin
                1962 MitsuWillys Jeep 350 V8 5 speed project
                J20 258/T18a/NP208/D44/D60

                3 is enough for the moment

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                • #9
                  Someone put some thought and work into that Waggy.. Nice work..
                  Tom Gibson
                  1980 J20 Utility bed truck. Factory cab and chassis truck. Many new mods for it but it will look all stock.
                  1985 J10 nothing special just a nice clean stock truck.
                  1977 Honcho "Blue" 401/400/quad. Under going major upgrades.."This is Not Your Fathers Honcho", it may not even be a Honcho anymore when done.
                  2017 Challenger. Very jealous of the Jeeps.

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                  • #10
                    wow, that rear bumper is awesome. and no lock on the rear door too, the amount of work on that red waggy took some serious amount of hours to do
                    1984 j10 LWB - for sale
                    1977 Cherokee chief wide track(sold)
                    2004 LJ - sold
                    2021 Jeep Gladiator Willys

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                    • #11
                      Sweet jeeps. Where's the pics of the M715s?
                      81 Wagoneer 360/727/208, lockrite rear/welded front,4.10s, 7"SOA/shackle flip,3" body,OBA,37" Iroks,chopped,caged,highsteer,hydro assist....

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                      • #12
                        The owner of these vehicles was a 5ft tall Indonesian lady with 5 kids

                        She used to have around 40 cars and trucks (she had a warehouse to park them in) but hit hard times and had to start selling them off

                        She looked comical with this little lady driving these big FSJs but she drove them well
                        Happiness is 40 something with a Jeep 20 yrs older and a woman 20yrs younger ... and a J20 in the driveway

                        Jeeps

                        1944 Willys FrankenJeep 134 cuin
                        1962 MitsuWillys Jeep 350 V8 5 speed project
                        J20 258/T18a/NP208/D44/D60

                        3 is enough for the moment

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                        • #13
                          There are a couple of M715s in private hands here but nobody i know has one close by that I have photos of

                          The lady's M715s were based 500 miles from where I live

                          95% of them still serve with the army and it's not a good idea for foreigners (like me) to take photos of military personnel and equipment
                          Happiness is 40 something with a Jeep 20 yrs older and a woman 20yrs younger ... and a J20 in the driveway

                          Jeeps

                          1944 Willys FrankenJeep 134 cuin
                          1962 MitsuWillys Jeep 350 V8 5 speed project
                          J20 258/T18a/NP208/D44/D60

                          3 is enough for the moment

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by JavaJeep
                            There are a couple of M715s in private hands here but nobody i know has one close by that I have photos of

                            The lady's M715s were based 500 miles from where I live

                            95% of them still serve with the army and it's not a good idea for foreigners (like me) to take photos of military personnel and equipment
                            Oh I see. I bet they are touchy about that.
                            81 Wagoneer 360/727/208, lockrite rear/welded front,4.10s, 7"SOA/shackle flip,3" body,OBA,37" Iroks,chopped,caged,highsteer,hydro assist....

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by JavaJeep
                              The owner of these vehicles was a 5ft tall Indonesian lady with 5 kids
                              So is she available for marriage? How many more Jeeps does she have?
                              Tom Gibson
                              1980 J20 Utility bed truck. Factory cab and chassis truck. Many new mods for it but it will look all stock.
                              1985 J10 nothing special just a nice clean stock truck.
                              1977 Honcho "Blue" 401/400/quad. Under going major upgrades.."This is Not Your Fathers Honcho", it may not even be a Honcho anymore when done.
                              2017 Challenger. Very jealous of the Jeeps.

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