1969 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 in Green with Camouflage seat covers. Powered by a 5.3L Fuel Injected Vortec V8 Engine (a modification so common and accepted that few people turn their noses at these engine swaps). GM NV4500 5-Speed Manual Trans. Upgraded throughout, this classic FJ is built for rugged reliability with modern performance on hand. Sensible and professionally executed upgrades including; Warn 9,000 Winch, Custom Front Bumper, Toyota 4-Wheel Transfer Case, 17" M/T Bead-Lock Style Wheels with 32"x10" tires. Man-a-Fre Lift Kit with Bilstein Shocks, New Shock Towers, Upgraded Aluminum Radiator, K&N Cold-Air Intake, Saginaw Power Steering, New Stainless Steel Man-a-Fre 26 Gallon Gas Tank, All New Wiring Front to Back, New Fuse Box, New Clutch and Clutch Components, Seats five adults with Custom Adjustable Seats with Shoulder Harness by PRP, New Polished Pedals, New Grease Shackle Fittings, New Exhaust and Muffler, New Motor and Transmission Mounts. Clutch slave cylinder and components replaced in June 2020. If you're in the market for a compact four-wheel-drive SUV but wanting something a bit unique, this may be the rig you've been seeking. Land Cruisers, particularly the earliest versions, have become increasingly more valuable to collectors and enthusiasts alike in the past few years. This FJ40 runs and drives excellent, it's in outstanding condition throughout and is ready for your next adventure. People around town will surely raise an eyebrow when you park this timeless Toyota FJ.
The Toyota Land Cruiser is about as timeless as they come, having been introduced to the market in 1951 with continued production into the present. In an age where SUVs have grown substantially larger, the small FJ40 is a hot commodity at car events and high-profile auctions. The FJs have gained "iconic" status seemingly overnight, to the point where an all-original FJ40 can bring as much money as a recognizable classic muscle car.
Constructed atop a semi-elliptical leaf spring suspension system, the FJ40 models remind people of an age where a truck was easy to drive, easy to fix, and rugged as hell. While the FJ40 is small compared to today's "compact" SUVs, it's arguably tougher and without a doubt more versatile. They're tough, easy to work on, and easily modified, which makes them a credible option for anyone considering a classic car or truck.