Auction Block: 1971 Toyota Land Cruiser

Dec 6, 2016

Category: Rides

Who wouldn’t want to own a classic 1971 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser? Yes, we’re serious. It’s currently listed on Ebay where the auction is live and from the looks of it, one lucky bidder could get the deal of a lifetime.

This ’71 FJ40 hosts the original Toyota motor and has accumulated only a modest 90,000 miles on the odometer since it rolled off the lot more than four decades ago. The Land Cruiser 40 series, manufactured from 1960 to 1984, is still to this day one of most desirable off-road vehicles around. This model, in particular, hosts a tow winch along with four fog lights, a fully-equipped roof rack, and comes with a clean title. It’s equipped to the teeth as well, ready for any caliber of off-road adventuring. Last time we checked the highest bid was $13,300, with the auction ending sometime early Wednesday morning. Best pay close attention to this one. [Purchase]

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