1970 Toyota FJ40 Landcruiser (Golden) $4250

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Old 30 May 2010, 11:05 am   #1 (permalink)
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Default 1970 Toyota FJ40 Landcruiser (Golden) $4250

Virtually rust free 1970 FJ40
Brand new Interco TSL Swampers 33x12.50x15 on brand new aluminum rims ($1200)
Advance Adapters Saginaw power steering conversion complete with pump and gear box new in box uninstalled ($1200)
Front and rear ARB air lockers installed with ARB air compressor($2000)
Chevy 327 V8 (8,000 mile on professional rebuild) with SM465 transmission (also 8,000 mile on professional rebuild) and Advance Adapter kit with Land Cruiser transfer case (over $3000 invested in drivetrain alone)
Front shackle reversal installed with mild BDS lift springs
Original front split bench seat professionally recovered
1 set of soft half doors and 1 set of soft full doors - no top
Has rear half style ambulance doors.



I started dismantling the FJ to restore it and am now forced to sell it due to a major lifestyle change.

It is still mostly together. I removed the headers, left front fender and part of the steering to install the new Saginaw power steering.

I also started stripping part of the paint away from the driver side rear as my intentions were to have it painted Desert Sand and White.

For the money, you will not find a more rust-free FJ with these serious upgrades!
You will NOT find a better deal on an FJ40! The drivetrain and axles alone are worth more than my asking price.
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