LRA Auto Museum and Sales is proud to present this 1981 Toyota Land
Cruiser FJ43 that was located in Columbia before it was imported to
the United States in December 2021. Powered by an 4.2 liter inline
six paired with a 5 speed manual transmission. This truck features
a gray vinyl interior, tan soft top, 15 steel wheels, swing-away
rear tire carrier, and aftermarket Pioneer Bluetooth CD stereo.
This truck was completely disassembled and repainted in red before
it was imported into the country. This truck has steel front and
rear bumpers, a white painted grill surround, a vented hood,
Ambulance-style rear doors, and a tan canvas soft top that was
recently replaced. This truck includes a gray vinyl interior, tan
soft top, 15 steel wheels, swing-away rear tire carrier, and
aftermarket Pioneer Bluetooth CD stereo. Service done on this
vehicle included changing the oil, replacing the radiator and
carburetor, and installing an air conditioning heat climate control
system and Old Man Emu suspension components as well as being
completely powder coated underneath. This Toyotas instrumentation
includes a 160-km speedometer and gauges for oil pressure, fuel
level, coolant temperature, and amperage. The five digit odometer
shows 120 kilometers,. The five-digit odometer shows 120 kilometers
(~75 miles). This Toyota Land Cruiser is brand new and in mint
condition and wont last long. Give us a call today at 2157813790 or
email us at [email protected]
1981 Toyota FJ Cruiser
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