1968 Toyota FJ40 Highly restored. This is a Columbian-restored 68
Toyota FJ40 Soft-top Land Cruiser-------1 of 2 for sale by this
owner. This is a literal frame-up build and done to a restoration
quality standard. The steel body has been rhino-lined in the same
color code as the green finish and should endure forever. Green
over Tan Interior. Seats still smell new and are wrapped in
plastic. 18' Alloy Wheels and new tires with matching spare. The Rt
Frt Door Window Crank Handle is missing the retainer clip and has
since been re-installed. 3021 Kilos are indicated on the odometer.
This car starts easily and shifts thru all detents as it should.
4WD works great. Very attractive presentation. Runs/drives out
great. The Owner has a 2nd '76 Toyota FJ46 (long wheelbase
convertible, $49k) also listed for sale on this site. Owner is in
the midst of a pending move and is selling this FJ40 as part of
that transition. The only known issue of this car is the passenger
door has missing paint on the underside of the door shell area.
This looks like an area that can be easily refinished but has not
(yet) been done by the owner------it might be done by the time it
sells. Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location is at our
clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom
with about 25 cars that is by appointment only **Please Call First
and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
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