1978 Daihatsu F20 f20 1.6 from Australia and New Zealand
Rust not so good, was going to make it a soft top then I found some tin, some pot rivets and not 2 much bog, paint job, like new again.
I've been comparing my f/20 1978 with a 1990 Suzuki sierra that friend has, f/20 is built to last drives like a real 4wd, the Suzuki is very cheaply made and things keep busting on it, not like the f/20, never sell it you won't find better, if you want a small 4wd.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 11th July, 2006
6th Aug 2006, 20:17
I have found my F20 to be an excellent 4WD in sand and mud. Due to it's size, I have taken it places friends with 40 series Land Cruisers have not.
The lack of parts has been a problem, with a complete brake system needed to be specially made and that was expensive.
26th Jul 2017, 10:45
F20 brakes are simply Toyota, same as the motor. Take a good look at what you have, the master will be off an older Landcruiser model, brake hoses are Toyota Corolla, seals and bearings have numbers, and can be purchased at bearing suppliers (or find matching Toyota). Carburetor can be purchased new, bolt on, as 12R, 18R, motors are extremely common, so cheaper than a rebuild!