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SOLD! 1968 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40

SOLD!

1968 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40

Owner’s Description:

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.

For a full list of parts, download the spreadsheet I used to track expenses and all detail on the parts

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.

*Full Disclosure
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.

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SOLD! 1977 FJ40

FOR SALE: 1977 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40

Vehicle Highlights:

Price: $29,000
Miles: 73,000
Location: Vacaville, CA
Photos: View high res photos below

Customer Description:

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.

Upgrades:

– 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)
– Dashbox
– HID Headlamps
– HID PIAA Fog Lamps
– Refurbished headliner
– Rack above windshield for storage

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FOR SALE: 1976 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40, $16,500

FOR SALE: 1976 Toyota LandCruiser FJ-40

Price: $16,500
Location: Mulvane, KS
For Sale By: Owner (not at Red Line)
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Seller’s Description:

I rebuilt this FJ for my son to drive so I spared no expense in going thru the complete drive train were all pulled and taken apart and went thru. Every worn part was replaced and a complete gasket set for every part was installed. Everything was steam cleaned and repainted. Every hose and belt was also replaced. The radiator was professionally steamed and checked as well. it fires up after sitting for a month and runs great. It has a very few spots of rust starting to develop on front fender but its minor. Over $3,000 in just parts were spent in getting this Fj in top shape. it comes with bikini top and a hard top with ambulance doors . The only thing this cruiser needs is a new stabilizer shock and that’s it. 

SOLD! 1971 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40, Red, 79k miles

FOR SALE: 1971 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40

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Overview

This Toyota Land Cruiser FJ-40 is mostly original and in good running condition. The previous owner had it garaged for three years and drove it a handful of times on the weekends throughout the year (he had about 10 other toys in his series of garages and sold this one because he was clearing out for something new). He put brand new BFG tires on it, had the brakes completely redone, and had it tuned.

Prior to that, the previous owner from Denver had it and performed extensive work on the vehicle by mitigating slight rust and applying a very “so-so” paint job where the body work was done. There does not appear to be any rust bubbling up or surfacing from the work that was done. A walk around the vehicle banging on the metal from both sides revealed no weak areas. The previous owner said that all the work done involved replacing it with new metal. I’ve taken a magnet to the vehicle and that appears to be the case. Filler was used after the new metal was installed, and the work done there again, is just so-so.

The previous owner from Colorado Springs said that the original owner put in new metal where there were issues and had a new rear sill put in, as well. Even though the work done was “so-so” it does appear to have kept this FJ40’s body and metal in very good condition, thus making it an excellent candidate for a full restoration. The best part is that it is quite original and includes hard-to-find items such as the owner’s manual, tool roll, original trouble light and more. The old-school roof rack appears to be either hand-made or quite vintage and is probably period-specific to 1971.

Highlights

-79k miles (unsure if these are original or not, but based on the vehicle condition it could possibly be original miles…there’s simply no way to know)
-Clear Colorado title
-Slow and steady and runs strong (but really won’t do more than about 55mph)
-Seats recently recovered
-Old school roof rack
-3 speed manual transmission on the tree
-4WD works perfect
-Brand new BFG M/T Tires (all five)
-Brakes completely redone (shoes, brake master, drums turned, new wheel cylinders)
-Includes original owners manual, trouble light (with rare original trouble light pouch), bottle jack, and tool roll
-New shocks
-All glass in excellent condition; front windshield has no cracks or chips
-Window regulators work perfect; windows crank up and down with ease
-Rear hatch stays work perfect and are in excellent shape
-All doors open and close perfectly; new weatherstrip all around
-Underbody coated in protective coating
-New muffler

Known Issues:

-Left rear corner was dented in a bit (corner metal or full quarter panel replacements available)
-Some minor rust on front fenders (aftermarket fenders available for around $400)
-Blinker has to be held down, but works (needs new switch, which is still available from Toyota)
-Rear heater not hooked up but diverter part included for hooking back up
-Carb needs a bit of an adjustment even though it looks like it was recently rebuilt
-Dome light there but not hooked up
-Needs new speedo cable (part is about $70); speedo cable stopped working about 300 miles ago.
-Top dash pad missing (new one from Toyota still available for around $550)
-Roof rack mounting arms/clips work, but need to be reconfigured or repaired to be trail worthy

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SOLD! 1975 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40

Up for sale is this 1975 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40. While it may have that “petina” or “weathered” look to it, this 75′ is in excellent mechanical condition and is more than halfway through the restoration process. The owner was working to restore it when they found a 71′ FJ40 and decided to restore it instead of this 75′.

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The FJ was purchased in 2013 after having been in a barn for 15-20 years in Del Norte, Colorado. There was a V8 engine installed, which was removed and replaced with a period-specific 1977 2F Toyota FJ40 engine, t-case, and transmission. The complete engine, t-case and transmission was pulled from project “Dog’s Bollocks” in good running order (it was removed to make way for a V8 conversion, which was installed into Dog’s Bollocks by Red Line Land Cruisers). The engine runs perfect, the transmission shifts smoothly, as does the t-case/4×4.

Here is the list of what has been done on this restoration to date:

  • All fluids changed
  • New aluminum radiator
  • New beltsNew tie rod ends (all 5)
  • New alternator
  • New aftermarket Trollhole carb (original Aisin carb comes with the truck)
  • Desmogged (all smog equipment comes with the truck)
  • New plugs, wires, rotor cap
  • New fuel pump and fuel filter
  • New NOS OEM side marker lights (in rear)
  • New NOS OEM brake /turn / reverse light housing and covers
  • Rear bumper painted black
  • Front drum axle swapped for an axle with disc brakes off a 77′ FJ40
  • Front axle removed and completely rebuilt by Red Line Land Cruisers
  • New brake master cylinder
  • New rotors, pads
  • New greaseable pins
  • New Warn Locking Hub Cap sticker
  • New voltage regulator
  • NOS FJ40 “trouble light” (includes a nice little zippered pouch for keeping it safe
  • Rear drums turned, new wheel cylinders, new drum shoes/springs
  • New shocks
  • Newer set of white rims/wheels in excellent condition – tires mounted and balanced 100 miles ago with new valve stems added
  • NOS OEM steering clam shell (part that covers the steering wheel inside the FJ)
  • 31 x 10.5 x r15 tires with 80% tread life left
  • New dash cap
  • Mint OEM AM Fujitsu Ten Radio located and installed (these are super rare in this condition) and hooked up to the factory speaker in the glove box which is original to the FJ40
  • New radio antenna installed in factory location
  • An OEM Toyota front floor mat was located in good condition (only a couple minor tears, but no holes by the feet) and added
  • An OEM Toyota rear floor mat was located in excellent condition with no tears or holes and added
  • Includes factory rear heater, which works great
  • Wipers, lights, blinkers, hazards, brights, front heater fan, radio, and dome light all work. Currently needs a wiper washer fluid bottle (about $30)
  • Frame cleaned and painted black
  • Brand new muffler installed to OEM specs and location
  • New vacuum hose line
  • Includes a Best Top bikini top
  • Front bucket seats pulled. All framing was cleaned, sanded and painted black. New OEM foam on bottom of driver’s seat added. New upholstery for both front seats.
  • Includes original bottle jack and jack rods, which have been bead blasted, primed, and painted. Comes with extra yellow paint for touch ups.

Here is what stands out about this Cruiser and makes it a good candidate for completing the restoration

  • Everything is factory and original. From the seat belts, to the seats, to the hard top, roll bar, and mats.
  • The parts needed to finish out the restoration can easily be acquired, most parts are available from Toyota
  • The rust is minimal. I know the tub is banged up, but if you take that out of the equation (because most FJ40s need a tub anyway) the floor boards, aprons, hard top sides, hood, doors, and everything else outside of the tub is pretty much rust-free. That’s because it’s a Colorado FJ, as Colorado is an arid climate. The right rear ambulance door bottom does have some typical rust in the bottom and I’d recommend either cutting it out and using one of the steel patches, or locating a better ambulance door.
  • It’s running great. The focus now is on the body and paint and finishing touches.
  • Original paint (including that 70s vintage orange and brown striping)
  • Clear Colorado title
  • VIN @ FJ40199105

The FJ runs great and has been a daily driver the past four weeks. You can enjoy it as-is, or continue on with the restoration. If you wish to continue on with the restoration process, here is the bulk of what it will need:

  • Steering wheel not lined up straight. Easy fix. (I will have this fixed before turning over to the new owner)
  • Front driveshaft not installed (I have one and it will be installed before turning over to the new owner)
  • Speedo was working up until 200 miles ago and then it stopped. Probably just needs a new one ($30)
  • Temp gauge not working (tested several times to make sure it’s not over heating with a temp gun). ($50)
  • Factory jump seats in back are solid but need new foam and upholstery (roughly $400)
  • Tub has moderate rust and is in fair condition. Recommend replacing rear quarter panels and sills or doing a 3/4 Aqualu Aluminum tub replacement. The frame is rust-free. Just the tub has some rust ($4,000 for an Aqualu tub or about $1000-ish for both quarter panels and sill)
  • Replace front fenders ($375 for the pair)
  • Paint job (between $1,000 and $6,000 depending on how you go about it)
  • Decals / badges / front turn signals / hood latches / etc ($300-500 for NOS parts from Toyota)
  • New front windshield ($150)
  • Headliner ($150)
  • It has a few drips from the usual places. Mainly from the rear main seal, which is typical. I usually only replace these when I’m doing the clutch as it’s a $5 part but hundreds in labor.
  • Quick note about the gray spraypaint…the previous owner did a bit of work on the Cruiser before selling it. He mitigated some surafce rust areas and then hit it with that paint. It adds to the weathered look I guess, but thought I’d explain it anyway in case you’re wondering what’s going on there. He was quite liberal with that paint and he didn’t need to be.

SOLD! 1978 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40, Green

1978 Toyota LandCruiser FJ40 For Sale from a Red Line Customer.

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Customer Description:

• Excellent condition throughout
• Solid frame and body
• Very minor surface rust in a few locations
• A few small scratches
• Two small chips in windshield
• Radio not in working condition / one speaker mounted on family cage

Specifics:

Miles: 88,117
Transmission: Manual
Engine: 6 cylinder
Title: Clear
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Interior: Gray
Exterior: Green
VIN #: FJ40277856

Vehicle Description:

I bought this in May 2006 and have put only 3,117 miles on it since. It was garaged year round, and started/turned over regularly. I typically gave it a spin at least once per month, but most usage was in summer months – some off road and some on road. This FJ40 performs great off road, including a nice trek on the Rubicon in Tahoe with no problems. I made some major improvements, including:

• New BF Goodrich 33-10.50R15 tires at 85,110 miles
• New Wheels (Pacer chrome spokes 315C 15×8) at 85,110 miles
• 2 ½” lift suspension at 85,110 miles
• New battery at 85,225 miles
• Oil changes every year
• Intake and exhaust gasket, copper seal gasket, header to collector, push rod cover gasket, sealant, vacuum hose at 85,778 miles
• New tailgate, full size family cage for safety, full size family bikini top at 86,010 miles
• New windshield wipers at 86,200
• New diamond plate to round out both sides of the tailgate, new rear bumper, manifold gasket, water pump, bypass hose, new half doors, belts at 86,546 miles. Tailgate opens flat with locked compartment to store jumper cables, tools, etc.(see photo), and surrounding diamond plate was installed to match tailgate, not to cover up rust
• New Weber carburetor conversion kit; new interstate 85 month battery; installed automatic choke – all at 87,134 miles (pump gas once or twice before starting, and it never fails)
• New front brake pads at 87,804 miles
• Repaired wiring at reverse lamp circuit at 87,867 miles
• I also have the records from previous owner that dates from 7/13/04 (83,565 miles)

I have been storing the doors (2 side doors, 2 ambulance doors) inside in blankets for 7 years since I removed them and installed a full family cage and tailgate. The hardtop was stored in a garage since I removed it (until two years ago), but it has been outside since then. I have all the hardware/bolts, etc. to re-install if desired.

This vehicle will not pass California SMOG without some major modifications to the tune of over $2,000 I am told. I had it registered in an uncongested county, so it was not an issue for me, but to sell it in California, the seller is required to SMOG certify a vehicle. Therefore, this is not for sale in California. Before bidding on this FJ40, verify emissions laws in your state. Some states allow classic/antique vehicles to be excluded from SMOG requirements.

Buyer is responsible for shipping costs for FJ40, hardtop and doors (2 side doors, 2 ambulance doors). However, we will be glad to help arrange shipping with a transport company.

SOLD! 1969 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 – 56k original miles

Up for sale from a Red Line Land Cruisers customer is this red 1969 Toyota LandCruiser FJ40.

Vehicle Overview

Owner description: 1969 Toyota FJ 40 Land Cruiser with 56,600 original miles. All original except for the rims. F145 inline 6 runs strong. This unit has the 3 speed transmission and shifts on the column. 4 wheel drive works good. New parts include: battery, starter, brake master cylinder, clutch master cylinder, clutch slave cylinder, thermostat, water pump, new hoses, new belt, reconditioned radiator, new exhaust system, recent tuneup (new plugs, wires, new points, condenser, cap and rotor). The tires are Interco Super Swampers and have lots of wear left. I have the pto unit for this rig. Presently, it’s not mounted on the transfer case. I have extra oil filters as well. I am the third owner of this well cared for Cruiser. Very little rust. Must see to appreciate. Who needs a road? Price has recently been lowered and is negotiable.

 

SOLD: 1972 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40

FJ Information:

A customer of ours is selling this 1972 FJ40. The original F engine was recently rebuilt by another mechanic in Colorado (not Red Line) and after only 2,000 miles the engine threw a rod and is currently out of commission. Either rebuild the engine, replace it (Red Line has one that can be swapped out), or have a V8 installed.

Features:

Clean title
Original F engine and 3 speed manual transmission ( on the floor )
4WD works great
Engine was recently rebuilt, and appears to have been done well (obviously, except for the fact that it threw a rod).
New clutch
New Weber carb
New brake master and booster
New coil
New fuel pump
New radiator
New MSD Ignition
All gauges work and the speedo needle looks brand new
Passed emissions a couple years back (expect it will pass again)
3-4″ Pro Comp Lift
33″ x 12.5 x 15″ Tires
Aluminum wheels
New Bestop Full Soft Top
Recent paint job
All glass is in clean condition
All original and OEM parts used whenever/wherever possible
AM/FM CD Player with four speakers works and sounds great. Can easily be removed if looking to keep it completely factory.
All the original knobs are there and everything works
Blinkers, lights, and interior lights all work
Factory tow hitch with wiring for trailer ready to go
Original rear bumperettes
Original rear jump seats
Original front bench seat recently reupholstered and looks great
You can tell that the guy that had the work done cared about OEM. Even the oil filter is a Toyota oil filter and there are TEQ stamps on most everything.
Warn 8274 winch works great

Here are the down sides (at least according to a FJ purist who appreciates an all-original FJ40):

1) Obviously, the biggest down side is that the engine blew a rod. That said, everything else in this rig is pretty much brand new and you can tell it was cared for. From the Toyota emblems, to the radiator, brake lights, coil, and other interior parts, you can see that that the person cared about having NOS Toyota parts replaced. If you’re handy and can rebuild the engine yourself, you’re going to have a really nice rig at a steal of a price. Even if you pay someone to rebuild the engine, you’ll still be ahead at $5,500.

2) The paint job is just okay. It looks nice and presents extremely well, but it’s not a top of the line, $6000 paint job. Of course, this is not a $25,000 asking price, either. So, for what it is, the paint job is really pretty nice and it’s a head-turner the way it is.

3) The interior wasn’t painted to match. The dash is green and the interior doors are black. It doesn’t look awful, but if I were looking to keep this rig and restore it, I would either look to match the interior with the same color as the exterior or do the body and the paint right.

4) The metal is in good shape with the exception of the rear corners and a small bit of rust by the rockers. The fenders are beautiful, as is the hood, apron, rear barn doors, front doors, front windshield frame and interior floor boards. The underbody is in really good shape, as is to be expected for a Colorado vehicle.

5) There is some overspray on the steering wheel, but this should easily be cleaned up

 

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1974 FJ-40 “Ol’ Blue”

This 1974 FJ-40 dubbed “Ol’ Blue was a project that needed a new heart! We received Ol’ Blue and she was so tired she would not go faster than 60MPH. So the plan was set, She need some help with the brakes and engine. We wanted to keep it toyota and not do V8 conversion, so our Freaky H.O. 2F was installed with our TBI fuel injection conversion. Making a 150  H.P. to the rear wheels was exciting, 75 MPH was no problem in a 2 block distance. Ol’ Blue then received a full front axle rebuild, disc brake conversion front and rear, bilstien 5100 series shocks, greasable pins and shackles, Pro Comp Lift 2.5”. To keep her cool in the heat she received an Vintage Air A/C conversion and a 3 row aluminum radiator. We added factory wheels, factory hub caps and Toyo 33 x 15.50 x 15 MT Open Country tires! We polished the paint and put in a few new window weatherstripping gaskets to keep the whistling down! Ol’ Blue was and still is one of our favorite customer projects!

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