This 1976 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 received a two-year frame-off
restoration. The matching-numbers 4.2-liter inline-6 engine and the
original 4-speed manual transmission and transfer case were
completely rebuilt. The entire body was professionally soda-blasted
and smoothed in a three-stage disassembly process before it was
reassembled and painted in Beige code 464 with a #4 shade of Nason
Select primer to bring out the darker richer tones of the
underlying Olive color. Multiple clear coats were then applied.
Upgrades include Old Man Emu suspension with a 2-inch lift, Vintage
Air climate-control system and custom stereo with hideaway
subwoofer, including Sirious XM satellite radio. Floor coverings
are three layers - insulation, carpet and rubber mat - and doors
have had noise-dampening applied. All replaced parts are OEM or
ordered from Land Cruiser parts specialist - Selector Off-Road. All
the nuts and bolts are stainless steel. There is not a single piece
of this FJ that was left untouched. Period-correct 7x15 Traxion
tires are mounted on the original steel wheels. There are less than
500 miles on this FJ since restoration and engine rebuild. Original
tools and jack included, and a matching year vintage original
powder-coated Con-Ferr roof rack with wood slat floor is included.
1976 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ
Model:Land Cruiser FJ
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