For modern adventurers looking for a ride that will match their drive to dive deep into the wilderness, the ride you see before you is pitch-perfect. This 1985 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60 is built to be driven across the planet, allowing you to chase thrills and moments of tranquility along your never-ending journey.
The 100% rust-free truck is powered by a 2004 Chevy 6.0 LQ4 LS engine taken from a 2500 Silverado, providing you with 350 horsepower and 380 lb-ft of twist. It has an upgraded $l65E automatic transmission and a rebuilt FJ60 transfer case. The fully-outfitted truck is camp-ready with a weatherproof Go Fast Campers rooftop tent with an aluminum frame and memory foam mattress inside. The truck also has a fridge and freezer to stuff with your favorite brews for long-term camping trips. To trample on any terrain, it has an Old Man Emu lift, Nitrocharger shocks, Aussie rear locking differential, Lokar shift assembly, and an ARB Snorkel intake. For $39,000, this FJ60 is quite the deal.
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