1968 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 (NW Denver) $7000

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Old 29 Oct 2011, 08:30 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default 1968 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 (NW Denver) $7000

1968 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40

The good stuff:

Tow bar, front hitch receiver, signal lights for towing

6 cyl 2F engine with Webber two barrel carb, K&N air filter, headers, Mallory ignition, spin-on oil filter, exhaust pipe routed over skid plate

New front wheel bearings, limited slip rear end, front and rear heaters, roll-bar, 3 on the tree, 60/40 split front seat, rear ball hitch, Bimini top, hard top and doors, high-lift jack mount, locking gas cap, three sets of keys, clear title

The restoration was started by an aircraft mechanic so the fuses have been replaced with airplane circuit breakers, a lot of the hoses are steel-braided, and the seat belts came out of an airplane. I have the maintenance records from the previous owner too.

The un-good stuff:

It has rust in the typical places below the doors, there are no back seats, the head-liner is missing, there is a chip in the windshield, the seats need recovered, the running boards are bent, and the speed-o-meter has been broken for a long time.

Terms: $7000.00 Cash and carry. Include your phone number in your reply so I can call you back.
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