Hello Land Cruiser enthusiasts. Here is your opportunity to possess the highly coveted PZJ77 wagon. Not familiar with the model? Far superior to the similar and more common Prado thanks to its United Nations tested reliability this is an extremely rare vehicle in the USA. Based on the J70 platform this model features a "Z" naturally aspirated 3.4 liter five cylinder diesel engine. Beginning production in 1984 this indestructible platform is still in use today in the outback. This example is a Japanese domestic market (JDM) market unit. It was legally imported into the USA a few years ago and sits on a clean and transferable title. Being a wagon there are seats for five, and then room for your cargo in the rear. Your guests will enjoy factory air conditioning that has been upgraded to current day freon standards. So you will stay cool knowing you aren't destroying the environment. This vehicle is also frugal when it comes to sipping diesel via its 5 cylinder engine and five speed manual transmission. The drivetrain is strong thanks to a fresh oil change, newer clutch, transfer case rebuild, timing belt, batteries, and choice BF Goodrich A/T 33" tires including a spare out back. It has manual front locking hubs for added traction. Do we need to mention it is a 4X4? If you have experience with Land Cruisers you know this can go further than a Mercedes-Benz G Wagon and then some. The exterior is in great condition for its age and is finished in a clean Metallica grey shade. Thanks to fully tinted windows the interior has been well preserved. All of the gauges function, the dash is un-cracked, and the headliner is in original condition. Enjoy piloting this vehicle from its right hand drive position with power creature comforts where it matters like power windows and power locks. This is truly a unique item that is worth possessing. Additional photographs available upon request. Give Max a call at 208-720-8854 to make it yours.
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