Thanks to their immense durability and superb build quality, Toyota Land Cruisers are the epitome of built-to-last vehicles. As such, they have become a go-to platform for off-road enthusiasts looking to build out an Overlanding rig. This particular 1984 specimen was originally custom-built in order to be auctioned off for charity, though has since traded hands and is now looking for a new home.
Paired with a four-speed manual transmission and a dual-range transfer case, the Toyota is powered by a 4.2L inline-six with a Howell throttle body fuel injection system, K&N filtration, an upgraded radiator, and custom exhaust headers. Off-road-focused upgrades include an ARB twin air compressor, Old Man Emu suspension with rear air shocks, blacked-out 15” alloy wheels shod in 35″ BFGoodrich KO2 tires, Lazer Star LED auxiliary lighting, a Marlin Crawler high-steer kit, a dual NorthStar AGM battery setup, a WARN winch-equipped steel front bumper, custom rock sliders, and a steel rear bumper with a swing-out carrier. Overlanding gear featured on this rig includes a roof rack and a Tepui roof tent, a Rhino awning, a high-lift jack, jerry cans, a Dometic freezer chest, and a pull-out stove. The interior boasts tan leather Corbeau seats and an aftermarket stereo, too. This modified 1984 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60 is currently for sale on Bring a Trailer in Ohio, where, as of the time of writing, bidding has reached $10,250.