A Little TLC: FJ Cruiser Heritage Package

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It's still a couple of weeks until the SEMA show, and we can already feel the growndwell of aftermarket craziness beneath our feet (or is it just the quiet guy in the downstairs apartment keeping to himself again?). The latest to come down the Jalopnik pike (i.e., inbox) is from FJ Cruiser goodies shop, TLC. It's this modded-up FJ Cruiser, a show car for the company's Heritage Edition package, which will be distributed at some Toyota dealers. It's supported by a host of corporate logos including American Racing, GOBI, Warn, IPF and Old Man Emu (seriously). Oh those crazy trail guys and their wacky packages. Click through for the spec list.


Warn 8K winch
IPF Fog lights
Old Man Emu suspension system
TLC rear skid plates
GOBI roof rack with lighting and rear ladder
American Racing wheels with BF Goodrich Mud Terrains
Magnaflow exhaust system
Airaid intake system
TLC dual battery management system
Optima's, upgraded horns and headlights
On-board CO2 power tank for air tools
ARB recovery gear
Pioneer audio/Nav/Sat system with back up camera
Roadwire interior

[We're partial to TLC's Canyon Cruiser]

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Moonshine Mike

Give Downey a few more months and I bet there will be some 350 bolt-on adapter for the FJC.

The wraparound rear windows do remind me of my FJ40 hardtop. But the front is still a little too clean for me.

Then again, I'm driving an '85 FJ60 which I just rebuilt the engine at 260K; I've done the 350 conversion on an '80 FJ40. I've been around those engine compartments.