Auction Block: 1979 Toyota FJ43 Land Cruiser

Dec 14, 2017

Category: Rides

The jungles of South America are notorious for being one of the most foreboding environments on the planet. So if you are need of a vehicle to traverse the rainforest that has to be stout and able bodied, look no further than this supremely maintained 1979 Toyota FJ43 Land Cruiser.

Delivered to the rugged ranches of Colombia in 1979, this FJ43 Land Cruiser is a utilitarian dream. Sitting on a squatty 95.7 inch wheelbase and equipped with a front bumper mounted Warn winch, you’ll be hard pressed finding a crevice that this 4×4 won’t be able to climb out of. Capped by a solid roof, the interior is configurable and can squeeze up to nine passengers in two rows of rear bench seats. But don’t worry, a modern stereo system has been added to keep your party thumping for the length of your adventure.

Purchase: $80,000+

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