1971 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40
The first BJ Series Toyotas were created in 1951 at the behest of the U.S. Army, which asked Toyota to build an all-terrain-capable light utility vehicle similar to the newest version of the WWII Jeep. The Land Cruiser name first appeared in 1954, and with its well-earned reputation for toughness, quality, and longevity, the “L-C” would soon become the vehicle of choice for difficult terrain all over the world. It was that same tough use and extreme environment to which Land Cruisers were subjected that also created a noteworthy lack of undamaged original examples.
The FJ40’s reputation and proof of its durability have encouraged first-class restorations that have recently seen record braking results at auctions around the world.
• 1971 Toyota land Cruiser FJ40 hardtop (imported from Texas and stored in heated garage, so completely rust free)
• 3.8l straight 6 cylinder petrol engine
• three-speed manual transmission
• heater and defroster unit
• front winch
• exterior steel armor plating
• roof rack
• Dunlop Radial Mud Rover tires
• 135 hp, 235 cu. in. OHV six-cylinder engine
Texas car from new, imported to Ireland in 2015 subject to vast recent expenditure to include
• repair to steering box
• partial re-wire
• general tune and overhaul
The FJ40 is an excellent vehicle in every regard, and examples are quickly becoming highly desirable to collectors worldwide.
They are rugged enough to be used off-road yet versatile enough to be used around town, and as with other Land Cruisers of this era, the FJ40 boasts loads of character.
This would be the ideal weekend. If you don't have one in your life then your missing out, if you want a car to impress on a days shoot this is the one, have you seen another FJ40 amongst the common Landrovers / Range Rovers!
Take the roof off, take the doors and rear top lights off, fold the windscreen down and you get the complete wind in face, bugs in teeth experience. (series 1 Landrovers eat you heart out.
Fully UK Registered
Full service history
Immaculate 1 owner exampleView
Early “Wood Dash” SWB
Factory RHD & Matching numbers
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