Overland Expo West 2017 set up at a new venue just south of downtownFlagstaff - the Fort Tuthill County Park. We…Read More
The informal Texas Overland Facebook group was launched by several Toyota off-roaders from the Austin, TX area back in 2015.…Read More
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With one of the largest exhibitor spaces at the Overland Expo, we can't wait to see what Overland Journal / Expedition Portal have setup this year. Last year their booth was one of the most remarkable so we expect nothing less this year. I doubt we'll see the Expeditions 7 trucks though since (last I heard) they were in Australia awaiting transport to the next destination. I'm sure the LR4 Build will be on full display, but we're really excited to get a little closer to their LJ78 Land Cruiser!
The Overland Journal / Expedition Portal booth is #7 in the trees, be sure to stop by!
Our sources have told us that internal Toyota systems are showing the FJ Cruiser will in fact be discontinued after the 2014 model year. Although the demise of the FJC has been rumored since way back in 2009, this is the first ‘very likely’ news we’ve received about discontinuation. Toyota is not commenting on the future of the FJC beyond “there will be a 2014 model”, so this revelation will still remain in the rumor category until we get official word, which probably won’t happen until 2014.
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