Auction Block: 1992 Toyota Land Cruiser Bandeirante OJ55

Jun 5, 2019

Category: Rides

Though the design was based on a legendary American vehicle, the Willys Jeep, Toyota’s Land Cruiser actually became a favored alternative — not just by civilians, but also militaries around the world. In fact, this 1992 Toyota Bandeirante OJ55 was actually built for the Brazilan armed forces before being imported to the U.S. in 2018. And now it’s up for grabs.

With a clean title, this 4×4 crew cab pickup truck is ready for a new, loving owner to take advantage of its Mercedes-Benz 3.8L diesel inline-four engine. And whoever the lucky buyer is, they won’t have to worry about functionality, because this military off-roader has also benefitted from a full refurbishment — including a mechanical refreshment, a strip and repaint, and some minor rust repairs. Complete with a tan soft top, this magnificent retro ride can be yours, so long as you beat the $15,000 current bid.

Purchase: $15,000+

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