Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1981 Toyota LandCruiser
FJ43. Finished in Freeborn Red, this truck was imported from
Colombia in 2019 and acquired by the current Atlanta owner later
that year. Among the rarest of the FJ variants, the 43 is the
medium wheelbase version that has extra room in the back but isn't
so long that it's unwieldy driving around town or to parallel park.
Desirable fiberglass hard top with double-layer ventilated roof and
fiberglass ambulance doors.
This Land Cruiser presents to a driver standard inside and out.
Front split bench and rear jump seats are upholstered in light
grey. All gauges and lights are working properly. This truck is
powered by a 2F inline six mated to a four-speed manual
transmission. Optioned with power brakes but like most South
American trucks it does not have power steering or a heater.
Recent extensive service at ACC included an electronic ignition
upgrade, full tune up, new carburetor, new fuel pump, complete
front knuckle rebuild (along with new brake shoes and wheel
cylinders), rear brake shoes and wheel cylinders, new tie rod ends
and of course all new fluids (at a cost exceeding $6,000).
Runs and drives well and makes noticeably more power than we're
used to getting out of a 2F (likely due to a complete lack of smog
equipment and the recent tuneup / carb). For more information about
this 1981 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ43 for sale at Motorcar Studio in
Atlanta, please call 404-692-5250.
1981 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ
Model:Land Cruiser FJ
Exterior Color:Freeborn Red
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