This 1988 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ62 is in very good, all original condition. Very clean inside and out and mechanically strong and reliable. It sports a late 80s era sunroof and roof rack, probably installed by Toyota when the truck was purchased in 88.
Clean Colorado Title
Located in Monument, Colorado
Power windows and locks
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Engine runs strong and smooth
Transmission shifts smooth through all gears
Interior in excellent condition and very clean including the original carpet and upholstery.
Non-smoker, no pets
Tires are practically brand new – 31″ x 10.5 x r15 Goodyear Wranglers
New CD/AM/FM radio with USB and AUX inputs; sounds great
Recent Work Includes:
Thermostat, thermostat housing gasket, water inlet gasket, hoses and coolant replaced at 236,000
New PCV Valve, plugs, cap and rotor, plug wires, air filter, and battery terminal ends replaced at 236,000
New front sway bar bushings at 236,000
New muffler and exhaust pipe at 231,000
New front windshield in 2014
Transmission flush at 219,000
New battery at 219,000
New alternator at 218,000
Front axle rebuilt at 215,000
New belts at 214,000
Rebuilt power steering pump at 212,000
New brake rotors, pads, shoes at 209,000
Rear electric window motors are slow/sluggish. They open and close, but the passenger side needs help going back up if you take it down to low
Blinker won’t shut off when you turn the corner. You have to manually click it off.
Brights turn on, but sometimes you have to pull back the lever and then swing it forward real quick. It’s the same switch as the blinker, so I’m guessing it just needs a new switch
It was repainted a few years back. From 10 feet away it looks great, but when you get up close you’ll see some of the paint chipping here and there. Nothing terrible…it looks like it was a good paint job, but it definitely wasn’t a super high-end paint job.
Has a few leaks. One looks like it’s in the t-case and the other is probably the rear main seal (which is pretty typical for Land Cruisers). A couple drips a day.
Can’t get the glove box open
Speedometer is off by about 3-4 mph. If you’re going 55, you’re really going about 51.
Power antenna motor works, but the antenna doesn’t go up and down. The antenna gets reception just fine as-is.
The passenger side rocker is pretty rusty. The rest of the truck is much better than average, but that rocker has a couple holes in it. I have a good used rust-free rocker panel from a 1986 FJ60 (same specs as the 88 FJ62) that goes along with the truck. It rusted out because of the chrome strip that used to come there. It’s pretty common…they hold in moisture and rust out by where they clip in by the doors.
Air Conditioning not working. It either needs a recharge (circa $100) or worst-case it needs a new compressor (circa $300)
All in all, this 1988 FJ62 is in great shape and ready for daily use. It’s been my daily driver and is very reliable.
For Sale: 1992 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ80, With v8 conversion
Elocker on front and rear axles
Full float rear axle with disc brakes
Brand new crate GM auto transmission
Brand new 35″ BFG All-Terrian tires and black wheels
2.5″ Old Man Emu lift
Mint blue/grey interior
Mint white exterior
1994 lt1 Corvette engine runs great until water temps hit 200 degrees. “Opti Spark” engine has been known to have issues. There are aftermarket coil pack and ecu conversions in the aftermarket.
It does run and drive great until it warms up to 200 degrees. This cruiser is a great platform to swap to a 5.3 or 6.0L GM gen 4 engine.
As is: $6,000 Or have Red Line get this FJ up and running by installing a used 6.0 LS based engine swap (engine will be a 100,00 mile or less engine, tuned with new exhaust system) for $17,000 For more information, please fill out the form below or contact Justin at Red Line Land Cruisers at (719) 210-0101
I am selling my restored FJ40 with the help of Red Line Land Cruisers of Colorado Springs. Red Line Land Cruisers is putting the finishing touches on the restored cruiser and handling the sale for me. I figured knowledgeable buyers will appreciate Redline’s experience and un-biased opinion of the quality of this FJ40.
Stuff you won’t find on your run of the mill restored FJ40, but this ones got!
-Frame off restoration of Arizona FJ40 Land Cruiser = No Rust
-Only installed Toyota parts extensively, no retrofitting of domestic parts
-Engine rebuilt by Man-A-Fre’s machine shop, new carb, alternator etc.
-New model 4 speed H41 low range transmission – fully rebuilt
-New model split transfer case – fully rebuilt*
-New model full floating rear axle with Toyota Land Cruiser e-locker and upgraded rear drum brakes with parking brakes – fully rebuilt
-Front axle has Toyota Land Cruiser cable locker front locker, Toyota Land Cruiser disc brakes and HD Toyota calipers, Aisin locking hubs – fully rebuilt
-Body and associated body parts chemically stripped via dunk tank at Redi Strip, then primed and painted
Toyota power brakes and power steering.
It’s not perfect, but damn close. I sent it to Justin at Redline to help sort it out and finish the restoration. It needs a new dash pad ($600) or dash cap ($100) and a few other small odds and ends and any custom mods you want Redline to add as personal preference. Price is $31,000 delivered to you in the continental 48 states.
Price: $29,000 Miles: 73,000 Location: Vacaville, CA Photos: View high res photos below
SUPER CLEAN 1977 FJ-40 Land Cruiser. This is a California Smog Legal V-8 conversion that recently passed Smog. This was initially sold in 1977 in Colorado (I have the Original sticker price + Original Owner’s Manual + Original Service Manual + Original green canvas tool kit bag). My Dad purchased the vehicle in 1978 and I purchased it from him in 1992. This FJ-40 has not been restored. However, it has been kept in a garage and is SUPER CLEAN. Every time you drive somewhere you will receive compliments on it.
It has a 5.7L TBI V-8 engine donated from a 1/2 ton 1994 Chevy pick-up. The total mileage on the FJ-40 itself is approximately 55k miles. The total mileage on the 5.7L V-8 is approximately 73k miles. I would’ve loved to have kept the stock 6-cylinder, however, California Smog regulations prevented me from doing so.
You can literally drive this vehicle at 70-75 mph comfortably on the freeway to the trailhead. You can get out of the cab, lock in the hubs, engage the Orion transfer case (4:1) and go wheelin’. Why tow your rig to the trailhead when you can simply drive there? You can also haul the family around in comfort.
– 700R4 heavy duty automatic transmission + transmission cooler + Lokar shifter
– Vintage Air Conditioning
– Front + Rear disc brakes
– ARB Air Lockers Front + Rear
– On-Board shower
– Warn 8274 winch
– Custom fabricated front bumper
– Custom fabricated rear bumper + Swing-away spare tire rack + swing-away jerry can / cooler holder
– Rear bench seat from Jeep YJ (I still have the stock rear jump seats as well). I had the rear bench seat installed in order to transport my kids. The rear bench seat is child-seat friendly with top-tether anchors and it has LATCH.
– Tuffy center console with Ranger CB + 8′ whip antenna
– Tuffy rear wheel well storage boxes
– Pioneer CD / MP-3 player
– Auto-Meter gauges (fuel + transmission temp + water temp + oil + tachometer)
– Check Engine light mounted on dash
– Tinted windows
– Griffin aluminum radiator
– K&N Air Filter
– Orion 4:1 transfer case + billet shifter knobs
– 34 gallon custom fuel tank
– Weld Mountain Crusher 15″x8″ wheels
– BFG A/Ts (35s)
– The entire tub has been sprayed with Line-X
(and the Tuffy storage boxes as well)
– HID Headlamps
– HID PIAA Fog Lamps
– Refurbished headliner
– Rack above windshield for storage