Auction Block: 1971 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ43

Aug 10, 2015

Category: Rides

There are plenty of vintage 4x4s we’d love to own, but we don’t know of any model that has captured our hearts quite like the coveted Toyota Land Cruiser FJ series – and now’s your chance to own one of these beauties.

Our friends at the FJ Company have once again come through in flying colors, taking a vehicle that had once belonged to a priest in a small town in the Colombian Plains, and restored it to automotive nirvana. The very rare 1971 model is outfitted with a completely original F engine (3878cc OHV inline-6 pumping out 125 horsepower) mated to a 3-speed transmission, original factory brown interior, and has even seen its original soft-top configuration restored. If you’re looking to add this Land Cruiser to your collection, expect to spend between $80,000 and $100,000 when it hits the Bonhams auction block. [Purchase]

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