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1975 Toyota Land Cruiser

Sale price: $8,300.00 make an offer

Car location: Spring, Texas, United States

Sale type: Fixed price listing

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1975 Toyota Land Cruiser for sale

Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2) based on 67 votes

First things first. Please no lame duck bidders. Last guy told me he was going to pick it up and then he never showed. I later reviewed his history and this was a common comment by others. If you bid on it that means you have the ability to pay and pick it up.

I bought this FJ40 in the early 2000's from a guy in northern Idaho and immediately brought it back to Colorado. From there I did most of the modifications and upgrades. Body is not in the best of shape but everything is fairly easily replaced as there are multiple vendors. This thing is a tank! I had to help most of my friends when we would go into the hills but with me I would just put it in 4 and if I really needed to I would lock em using my onboard air for the ARB's. I have 2 huge folders full of receipts that I have kept from all the big and little things that I have bought over the years.

I upgraded the following components with New: Equal length exhaust headers, Weber 32:36 carburetor, Electronic distributor with vacuum advance, power steering, power brakes, front disk brake conversion, enhanced Birfield spline axles, leather OEM seats recovered, leather jump seats (uncommon – hard to find), leather headrests (uncommon), rear heater, stainless brake lines, 4:88 gears (front and rear), ARB air lockers (front and rear), 35” tires with spare, Warn 8274 winch, winch bumper, center console, CD player with amp and subwoofer, rear sound bar and so much more. It has the cool removable hardtop with ambulance doors and optional bikini top for the warm summer nights. I kept all of the old parts such as the old wheels with moon covers, original SMOG equipment, air pump, OEM carburetor, etc.

I don't drive it anymore since I moved to Texas. I start it about once or twice a year just to keep things as fresh as I can. I put the hardtop back on and loaded it full of the other stuff so its ready to go. This FJ40 is awesome, and I just don't want to sell it but unfortunately its time. My loss is your gain.

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