Freshly restored and professionally polished, this tough 1982 Toyota is one of the most capable SUVs ever built. And if you're looking to put a little fun on your map, it's a worldly 4x4 that will not disappoint! The beneficiary of a professional, body-off restoration that took place at Vintage Land in Colombia, South America, this 1982 FJ43 is a rare medium wheelbase Land Cruiser that made its second debut in 2016. The truck's mostly-original body was worked all the way to bare metal, promptly re-sprayed in Yellow pigment and shrouded in a fresh canvas roof. And presently, that Rhino-inspired shell creates a classy, wet-look profile that mixes searing glares with smooth reflections. Mechanically, this FJ exemplifies that top-notch restoration with a correct 2F engine. Based on General Motor's stalwart Stovebolt Six, Toyota's famous overhead valve mill isn't a grossly overpowered piece, producing a competent 125 horsepower. But it's certainly proven its ability to get this compact 4x4 out of many tight situations and tow just about any moderately sized toy its owners can imagine. Built to mimic America's hella tough Jeep, this old school SUV features part-time 4-wheel drive and enough ground clearance to give new meaning to the phrase “stump jumper”. The truck's rugged 4-speed utilizes big gears to serve up an awesome combination of inclement weather capability and off-road prowess. And at the corners of the floor, Charcoal steelies spin 31x10.50R15 BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/As around Warn hubs and simple stainless center caps. So, what are you waiting for? Break out the compass and set your heading to RK Motors Charlotte for your chance to own one of the nicest Land Cruisers on the planet! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.