Brian Corsetti brings three of his twelve Land Cruisers to discuss the differences between the 1987 FJ60, the fuel-injected 1988 FJ60 and the 1989 FJ62.
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Late 80's Toyota Land Cruisers - Jay Leno's Garage

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    • atxatxatxatx

      These trucks are timeless.

      about 1 day ago
    • Martin Licea
      Martin Licea

      Great. Amazing 12 land cruiser. What a knowledge about Toyota 👍👍👍

      about 2 days ago
    • J Z
      J Z

      18:52 Leno: " I can crash 162 times and I'm still fine...."
      :-D :-D :-D

      about 4 days ago
    • Kidus Woldeamlak
      Kidus Woldeamlak

      My father had one and I grew up in one. I love the Land Cruiser. I hope to open a Land Cruiser museum someday

      about 5 days ago
    • Thanh Điền Nguyễn
      Thanh Điền Nguyễn

      Narcos car 😎

      about 7 days ago
    • Tyler Yarasi
      Tyler Yarasi

      "I have an actual tank. Its 4 wheel drive, and its fabulous for LA" - Jay Leno

      about 11 days ago
    • Mark W
      Mark W

      That Land Cruiser fits Jay well.

      about 11 days ago
    • L F
      L F

      This reminds me of that scetch on youtube millenial vs Baby Boomer.

      about 12 days ago
    • tico en moto
      tico en moto In reply to L F

      Put the link please

      about 4 days ago
    • al edg
      al edg

      Oh I love those. My parents had a 1984 with the bread van rear doors. (The prior version with the round headlights and the semi bench front passenger seat so I could sit in the middle of the front between my parents so long as I kept my knee out of the way of the gear stick). Man that thing was great off road and towing a caravan. I spent many holidays in central Victoria (Australia) fossicking for gold when I was a kid. I used to ride my bmx around these bush tracks with the land cruiser following behind me. To go up a hill I’d hold onto the wing mirror with one hand and steer the bmx with the other and the land cruiser would drag me up the hill. (wouldn’t get away with that these days.... take that oh&s)

      about 15 days ago
    • Del ler
      Del ler

      Anybody else notice Brian looks like Michael J. Fox in the late '80? Or is it just me?

      about 17 days ago
    • Del ler
      Del ler In reply to Del ler

      @Paul Peterson How do you know that? You're just one person's opinion!

      about 13 days ago
    • SCrawford

      This guy bought those trucks from Escobar's goons from the Medellin cartel in Colombia

      about 19 days ago
    • William Todd
      William Todd

      Land Cruisers are awesome...wouldn't mind owning one at some point, I'd love a Jeep Grand Wagoneer too though.

      Like this guy, I too like keeping the original drive train, its just not a restoration when you put the wrong drive train in them during the process.

      about 20 days ago
    • Gareth Ifan
      Gareth Ifan

      We bought one in the early 80's for transport and farm work. Not as good as a Range Rover off road, no diff-lock or indy suspension etc, but was way more economical with its 6 cylinder 4 litre Diesel engine.
      It used to average 30 mpg, which was good for such a large heavy vehicle in those days, whereas the RR with its V8 petrol would struggle to do half that.

      about 20 days ago
    • Symlex0100 1
      Symlex0100 1

      The cars are very thirsty, you've to pull a tanker with you.

      about 25 days ago
    • pyrophobia133

      I can see why terrorists love Toyotas

      about 26 days ago
    • Cory Buott
      Cory Buott

      I had a gold '89 FJ62. Loved the pull hand throttle for PTO use, lifted a bit and set up for dual purpose use with 33 BFs. I never had a suspension and drive train I enjoyed more, and I have never since owned or operated a more reliable vehicle. Snorkeled axles and engine up to roof top, Safari cage on top, massive bull bars on front. Put an aluminum tub in it, and sacrificial anode became issue with wiring and impurities in the body steel. Moved to the high arctic 3000 miles away, no road access, ended up storing in my grandparents barn til I gave it away as a gift. Don't know what happened to it. Owned from 2000. Pulled a lot of heaps outta the snow and mud where there were no roads with this beast.

      about 28 days ago
    • Doc William
      Doc William

      Very Cool.

      about 29 days ago
    • Edon Kanto
      Edon Kanto

      Big Toyota guy love the 80s land cruisers

      about 1 month ago
    • Whiskey Golf
      Whiskey Golf

      Man, the nostalgia. I grew up in an 85 BJ60. My dad bought it in 1990 and took it throguh a decade of living in the jungle...

      Sold it in 2004 for more than he bought it for, lol

      about 1 month ago
    • Mark Frantz
      Mark Frantz

      Jay, do you have a jeep grand wagoneer? The JGW is an iconic auto!!

      about 1 month ago
    • Saternoc

      What kind of sneakers is he wearing?

      about 1 month ago
    • frank

      I found a salad dressing cap that fits perfectly on that washer reservoir

      about 1 month ago
    • frank

      love my '89 LC

      about 1 month ago
    • Moritz Fiege
      Moritz Fiege

      Great conversation

      about 1 month ago
    • Tahir Usman
      Tahir Usman

      Toyota #1!

      about 1 month ago
    • احمد ناجي
      احمد ناجي


      about 1 month ago
    • NicoTrial

      I just bought a 1988 bj73 I'm so excited to have this new car

      about 1 month ago
    • rodeo 4
      rodeo 4

      Ive owned various Toyota cars over the years from the family wagon to cheap runners and they all lived up to the brands reputation Toyota is legendary Down under so my next plan in the not to distant future is to get into a vx and or prada or perhaps a hilux which ever one reveals itself

      about 1 month ago
    • The Shawootster
      The Shawootster

      I saw one at my work last week. True beauty

      about 1 month ago
    • D. Lewis
      D. Lewis

      Thanks.......very enjoyable video. Appreciate the experience......

      about 1 month ago