In the past several decades, Land Cruisers have proven themselves to be reliable adventure rides in some of the harshest environments in the world. The 1974 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser you see before you is a pristine example of the Japanese auto manufacturer’s icon.
This low-mileage US-Spec FJ40 hardtop was in sound condition even before its restoration by FJ specialists. The restorer was adamant in using original-equipment factory parts and components to keep the truck in stellar condition. It’s finished in factory Rustic Green with a white roof, and features period correct dog-dish hub caps, beefy BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A tires, and restored front bucket seats. Under the hood, the engine was refreshed, and a new oil pump, gaskets, and seals were added. And useful additions like air conditioning and power steering benefit the driving experience. If you’re looking to own a classic off-road vehicle, $60,000 will get you behind the wheel of this gleaming ride.
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