For sale in our Dallas/Fort Worth showroom is a 1977 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser. Rough and tough, but still cool and classic, the Toyota land Cruiser holds a special place in the hearts of auto enthusiasts all over the world. Toyota sits in the off-road hall of fame thanks to this vehicle. Toyota rolled out the FJ40 series in 1960 to compete with the likes of Land Rovers, Jeeps, and later the Ford Bronco and Chevrolet K10. The FJ40 was a rugged, two-door, 4x4 vehicle with amazing off-road capabilities, and rather primitive interior treatments. The hard top is removable so open-air cruising is a possibility. FJs came without carpet and with vinyl upholstery, so even if you're out in the mud and in the elements, they're easy to keep clean. This is a truck you can literally just hose out. The front sports a separated bench style seat, and the rear has "jump seats" which can be folded aside for more cargo space. Under the hood of this Land Cruiser you'll find the 2F 4.2L inline 6-cylinder engine, backed up by a 4-speed manual transmission and a 4x4 transfer case. Stout axle's front and rear and retro off-road tires will take this thing just about anywhere you want to go. This FJ is clean inside and out. All the underside and frame are rust free, and the body panels painted in an olive-green color that give it a very cool almost military feel. This FJ runs and drives great and is just begging for mud, rocks, and trails! This FJ would make a great weekend warrior or a daily driver, and will put most new 4x4s to shame off the pavement. Vintage 4x4s are in high demand, and most have rusted away to nothing. Luckily this Toyota has been well preserved and is ready for many more years of duty. To view this vehicle in greater detail including HD pictures and videos, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information on this 1977 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817-310-9400.
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