The Fj40 Series Toyota has been a staple of off road dependability for decades. With durable engines, stout transmissions and a compact body, they are a do-to choice for an off road adventure. Introduced in 1960 they came in a variety of body styles and with different specifications. The durability of the design meant that the design was produced all the way until 1984 and in licensed production, all the way till 2001. Most 40 series Land Cruisers were built as 2-door vehicles with slightly larger dimensions than a Jeep CJ. The Land Cruisers are the longest running model line in Toyota history known for their go anywhere capabilities and rigorous design.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to this very tricked out 1974 Land Cruiser for your consideration. Finished in a bright shade of what appears to be factory Freeborn Red, this is a stunning truck. It's accented by white painted steel wheels with BFGoodrich tires and a contrasting white hardtop. In addition, this truck features a custom heavy duty steel bumper with a brand new Warn winch as well as a pair of powerful PIAA driving lights. The rear features a custom integrated steel bumper with a trailer hitch and a rear mount for a tire, dual fuel canisters, and a shovel. The truck also comes with a soft top with zipper windows. The interior is very nice as well and very utilitarian. Newer black vinyl seats are fitted and are super nice and have matching rear jump seats. A locking center console box and detachable doors are just part of the fun.
Owned by the same family for 8 years, this truck has been loved dearly. The factory 4.2L straight six is a solid runner and is mated to a very durable 3 speed manual transmission. It also features front and rear disc brakes. No place will be left unexplored if you own one of these bad boys.
To see over 80 photos of this car, including undercarriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com