1972 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 Parts-- bench, lights, doors, and tank (western burbs) $1

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Old 16 Mar 2010, 08:10 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default 1972 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 Parts-- bench, lights, doors, and tank (western burbs) $1

I have a 1972 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 with a few parts for sale:

Stock rectangular tail lights--i assume they all work, except i only had the tail lights wired up, right one has small hole and is cracked. If you buy them and they don't work, i'll take em back just let me know.

Rear Half Doors ($75 OBO) -- rusted, hinges not included, I was told that they are not beyond repair. I was going to have some local body guys do the work but I found some others instead

Stock Front Bench Seats ($200 OBO)--passenger side has one rip and the foam is showing, definitely still usable. I would keep it but a corbeau drivers seat with the stock passenger just looks funky... the drivers side is covered in duct tape, haven't taken it off to see the real condition so if you want the passenger side i'll just throw in the drivers side.

Tank-- not quite ready to sell, i gotta make sure the chevy blazer tank works in the rear, but let me know if you're interested, within the next couple of weeks it should be ready for sale if the other tank does in fact work.

Give me a call at 708.620.9310, or email through link provided.

I will deliver if it's not too far away.

I don't have pictures of the individual parts yet, but you can see the rear doors at www.photobucket.com/edin351

Thanks,

Eric

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