The Land Cruiser's name is so iconic that it instantly brings up
images of crossing impossible distances with ease. So when this
1988 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ62 blends extra style and comfort into
the rugged reputation, then you know it's the one you want for
distinction on or off-road.
Land Cruisers are already a noteworthy sight on the classic scene
as one of the true vintage SUVs. This one makes sure to declare its
go-anywhere attitude from the beginning with a rugged ARB brush
guard front bumper that also has a spot for an integrated winch
(the original front bumper also comes with the sale.) There's also
a proper trailer hitch, large side mirrors, and a Yakima roof rack
included with the sale. So its useful attitude Is far more than
just for show. But this Land Cruiser also has the right style for
the urban jungle. Good looking body panels, a good finish on the
beige paint, and a hint or brightwork everywhere from the wheels to
the grille give this a stylish presentation that gets respect
wherever you park.
Toyota fans know this Is the right generation for the Land Cruiser.
The FJ62 was the perfect mix of old-style 4x4 robustness with new
levels of luxury. It starts with a nicely-trimmed cloth interior.
The front has comfy individual buckets with a center console
in-between. There's plenty of hip and leg room in the back for even
adults to get comfortable. Plus, the cargo area has the space to
carry everyone's gear. There's a high level of originality on
everything, so there's a cool vintage spirit thought this SUV.
Plus, you have nice factory features like the factory
AM/FM/cassette stereo, tilt steering column, and power rear
tailgate window. The air conditioning has been converted to modern
R134a and should blow cold again after a recharge.
Under the hood is the motor that makes this ideal for all
situations. Toyota's 4.0-liter inline-six is part of the robust
F-series of motors you loved in the FJ40 Land Cruisers, but now
with a larger displacement and desirable fuel injection. It's a
torque-filled powerhouse that fires up readily like a proper FI
machine should. The hardy motor combines with beefy axles and a
two-speed 4x4 transfer case to keep you going when the pavement
ends. But no matter if you're on the street of trail, features like
the four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive, power steering,
and power brakes w/discs up front make it an easy time behind the
Complete with the owner's manual, this is the best way to get
anywhere/everywhere in comfort and style. Don't let an affordable
example of something so vintage and capable slip away. Call