The 1975 Toyota HJ45 (Diesel Land Cruiser), like the one we have
here at Skyway Classics is the model designation for a Toyota Land
Cruiser 45 series made from 1960 until 1984. Most 40 series Land
Cruisers were built as two-door vehicles with slightly larger
dimensions than a Jeep CJ.
This 1975 Toyota HJ-45 Land Cruiser is very clean, very solid, and
in amazing condition. And a good representation of what it looked
like when it was brand new.
The drivetrain is the original diesel engine that has shown to be
bulletproof mated to a 4 Speed Manual Transmission. This HJ runs
and drives excellent and goes down the road great.
It has the original born with factory air cleaner, power steering
and brakes, cast iron exhaust headers, redone radiator, and air
conditioning all sitting in a very clean, detailed, and painted
The Interior is in great shape and has grey vinyl and textured
seats, yellow body painted dash housing all the correct factory
gauges and controls, black steering wheel, handrail, and stick
Our HJ has a very pleasing yellow shade of paint applied to its
metal body and panels with a white painted top. All the glass,
trim, front, and rear bumpers look great, as well as the bed which
has two full bed-length seats to carry your troops to whatever
destination you envision.
The example offered here is ready to hit the trails with the
blackwall all- terrain tires mounted on steel wheels. It also comes
with railing on the sides and top of the bed for a rooftop cover if
you so desire.
The Toyota HJ45 has become an iconic 4X4 vehicle that has always
had a devoted following. Their proven reliability, off road
capability, usefulness and classic styling appeals to enthusiasts
and collectors around the globe.
For this reason, the 1975 Toyota HJ45 (Diesel Land Cruiser) like we
have here at Skyway Classics, has values that continue to sky
Don't hesitate to pull the trigger on this one before it is
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