The Toyota Land Cruiser's history is a long and storied one. However, one thing has remained constant over its 70-year production run: its ruggedness and reliability are nearly unmatched. The 60-series Land Cruiser was the second generation in a gradual push towards a more comfortable on-road driving experience. The Land Cruiser's interior was appointed with more modern luxuries and better sound deadening to create a more insulated cabin without detrimental effect to the vehicle's off-road capabilities. Though popular in the United States, the Land Cruiser was a staple abroad. Additional variations of the Land Cruiser were available in foreign markets, but few were as popular are the diesel-powered 60 and 62-series station wagons.
This 1987 Toyota Land Cruiser HJ60 is a Canadian-spec truck powered by a diesel 4.0-liter inline-six engine mated to an automatic transmission and a two-speed transfer case. It was imported to the United States five years ago by its current owner and currently shows 195,000 km (121,000 miles). It is finished in its correct Silver Metallic over a classic striped grey cloth interior. The paint is in excellent condition with paint meter readings between 2.8 and 3.8 mils, and the interior remains in showroom condition. It benefits from an upgraded Old Man Emu suspension, a replacement windshield, as well as new wheels and tires. The truck is free of any significant rust or rot and has been routinely garaged during the winter months. Few vehicles offer the dependability, drivability, and classic style of the 60 and 62-series Toyota Land Cruisers. This example is turn-key and ready for the roads (or trails) ahead.