If that thing can survive 800k km in S.A. then I think the Princess should be able to survive one little expedition in venezuela this summer heck I'll even offer to drive60seriesguy said:That FJ60 has more than 800,000 kilometers on it, Renzo is one of the top expeditioners in Venezuela, and he and the truck have been all over South America. He led the expedition that opened the trail to Manapiare, TWO weeks across the northernmost section of the Amazon jungle to an isolated border town in the gold fields of San Salvador de Paul.
It's got no rear seat, the whole back of the truck is storage drawers and cubbies full of parts/tools/gear.
Is that the grainy video (circa 1996) with the trucks crossing the ravines using the home made bridge made by pilling small logs on top of the trees dropped over the ravine? (Holy run on sentance, Batman!) If so, that is one cool video. I remember the first time I saw it "many" years ago, and it still blows my mind today. What a trip that was.60seriesguy said:I actually have a (poor) copy of that infamous expedition to Manapiare where you can see that truck...Rustycruiser has seen it several times!