The FJ-UTE – A 4 Door 40 Series – Taking Orders Now!


Introducing the FJ-UTE from Red Line Land Cruisers!

The FJ-UTE (“UTE” as in Utility or “Ute Pass” in Colorado, is pronounced “yoot”) features an aluminum body modeled precisely after a vintage Toyota Land Cruiser body, which sits on a FJ80 frame. The standard FJ-UTE from Red Line will feature half doors and a full soft top. It utilizes the FJ80 suspension, engine, transfer case and transmission but takes on the look of a vintage LC with plenty of space for passengers in the first, second, and optional third row. A standard FJ-UTE starts at only $49,900, making it extremely affordable.

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Q: How long will it take to build my FJ-UTE?
A: To build a standard FJ-UTE will take 3-4 weeks

Q: What does a standard FJ-UTE cost?
A: $49,900, guaranteed, for a standard FJ-UTE if you are one of the first 10 to reserve your FJ-UTE with a deposit of $2,500. The first FJ-UTE will be ready for delivery in November.

Q: If I provide my own FJ80 as the “donor” vehicle, will it save me money?
A: Yes – if you provide the FJ80, we take $5,000 off the cost of the FJ-UTE. If we’re building a standard FJ-UTE, the price goes down to only $44,900.

Q: Can I customize my FJ-UTE?
A: Yes – you can build your FJ-UTE to order. Please keep in mind that the more you customize your FJ-UTE, the longer the build out time.

Q: Is financing available?
A: Yes – we’re working to provide options to finance your FJ-UTE. For more information on financing please email Justin.

Q: Will there be a hard top option?
A: Yes. As of August 1, 2014, we have confirmed that a matching aluminum hard top will be available. Information on pricing will be available later this fall.