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antp
OK, if there are more easily identifiable we can keep that "generic" rule just for old ones...
But J60 is not much more recent than J70, no?
Exiv96
But we decided long time ago to use only the "generic" J-something code for these...


Which I understand for "classic" Land Cruisers, like the J40 & J70, because they are based on engines and wheelbases, and even I would rather not touch it. :grin: But the more recent ones are more structured in that regard.
antp
But we decided long time ago to use only the "generic" J-something code for these...
Exiv96
I've added a comment regarding North American J60 Toyota Land Cruisers on this entry, and their chassis codes.

http://imcdb.org/vehicle.php?id=4472

This means I'll update some of them with the appropriate FJ60 or FJ62 codes. I'm just mentioning this in order to avoid future requests to return them AGAIN to J60.
antp
Because these model usually interest more people, so it makes then easier to find :grin:
Exiv96
It's one of IMCDb's mysteries to me. Trim levels are entered in the extra info field... except when it's a sporty version, then it's written as part of the name.
eLMeR
For all these vehicles, the model is "Mustang Boss 302". [...]

Should Boss 302 be set as part of the model, or should it stay as complement? snack.com says:
[...] new models joined the lineup: Mach 1, Boss, and Grandé

Mach 1 is (mostly) used as part of the name, in IMCDb, but Grandé is always given as complement. Which part is the good one?
Exiv96

And for all Chassis-Code is "260". :clindoeil:


No it's not ! The 260 code was applied to the restyled spanish-made Patrols from the late 1980s. But, according to your link (which I posted on this entry two days before you asked... http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_1304475-Nissan-Patrol-ML-6-160.html ) the ML-6 was introduced in 1988, before that face lift. So code 160 for most of them.
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