SPod 6 Switch System (Used for ARB compressor/locker setup)
White Knuckle Rock Sliders w/ rear step plate
Big Brake Upgrade Kit
New Steering Gear Box
Kenwood DNX994S Stereo
Alpine 5-1/4” Speakers, JL 8” Subwoofe
Alpine 500W Subwoofer
Front & Rear Cameras
Tuffy Series II Security Console
Clifford Security System
Engine & Transmission rebuild at 200,000 miles
New Wheel Bearings
New Rear Main Seal
New Catalytic Converters
New Hub internals
New Shift Linkage Grommets
Replaced Master Cylinder and booster
Recent Engine Tune-up
This 1989 FJ62 was owned by the same family since the late 90s. It sports an Old Man Emu lift, oversized tires on 16″ rims, an ARB front bumper, ARB rock sliders, and a roof rack with a spare tire carrier mount. Includes a Pioneer AM/FM/CD radio with matching 6-disc changer, original owners manual, bottle jack and tool kit. Also includes a fair amount of service records. Engine was completely replaced in the early 1990s.
Dark gray exterior, blue interior
285/75/r16 BFG A/T tires (33.5″ tires)
View 200+ photos below and download/view super high res versions here (part 1) and here (part 2)
Located in Monument, Colorado
Runs and shifts smooth
BFG tires have a year or so left tread-wise
Trail-ready FJ with about $3k worth of upgrades in the tires, fog lights, suspension, ARB front bumper, rock slider and roof rack alone.
AM/FM/CD with 6-disc changer
Speedo stopped working years ago. Previous owner guessed the mileage to be around 270k.
Runs but sat for a while and needs a tune up, all fluids changed, and will need a new air intake hose (currently taped as a temporary fix; it sucks air in and throws off the system and runs like crap otherwise)
Front seat bottoms are pretty beat in the front under the seat covers. Front seat backs are fine.
Horn and rear wiper not working
Has rust, but limited to the body and priced accordingly.
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.
This Colorado FJ62 needs some work, but is still mostly original and is priced to move.
200+ photos below, view/download high res photos here (part 1) and here (part 2)
Clean Colorado Title
Located in Monument, Colorado (just north of Colorado Springs)
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205,000 miles on original motor, which is in good running order
35 x 12.5 x r15 tires with about 25% treadlife
Original dash is not cracked and in very good shape
On board air compressor (hooked up to air conditioning system, press the A/C button in the cab to operate)
New tail pipe
Body is in pretty good condition, all things considered. It does have the rhino liner around the bottom, but underneath seems to be pretty solid with the exception of a couple spots.
Larger tires were added about 10 months ago. Prior to that the stock tires were on it for the majority of its life.
Transmission is missing 1st gear. Drove it from Denver to Colorado Springs (60 miles) by shifting to “1”, which starts it in second gear, then shifting to “D” at about 25mph. The A/T Oil Temp light came on towards the end of the trip. It will need a used transmission (one available from Red Line) or you can do a 5 speed transmission swap.
Interior is a 5/10 with the exception of the dash, which is a 9/10. It would be a 10/10 if it weren’t for the small little piece by the speaker box. Front carpet is original and in good shape. Mid carpet section has been replaced and looks pretty good. Rear cargo carpet is pretty soiled. Seats are dirty and really not too bad, less the driver’s bottom seat. Headliner is in good shape. The interior could be made to be pretty nice again with a bit of work and some good used parts.
Rear cargo windows are not glass. Someone replaced them with plexiglass. Didn’t realize this until I went to wash the car and dry the car off.
Missing front bumper (looks like a tow bar was hooked up at one point)
Rear bumper and drivers rear panel dented
Brakes a bit soft…but it could just be because of those bigger tires
Some rust here and there, but nothing major
One of the shocks is broken off
It has a spring over lift, but it’s nothing great and it really needs to be redone properly or converted back to the original suspension set up
This 1989 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ62 has the white exterior and blueish/greyish interior. It is in all-original condition all the way down to the original tool bag and jack. The only thing not original is the radio, but that can be easily be replaced with an original AM/FM radio. It has spent it’s life in dry climates in California and Colorado and thus this FJ62 is in impeccable condition and is 99.9% rust free. The underside, including the rocker panels, wheel wells and other vulnerable areas, where you will commonly find rust eating away at the body, are completely rust free. The interior of this FJ62 is pristine. The original carpet is in excellent condition and the headliner is perfect with no tears or stains whatsoever. The vehicle was papered and babied since 1989 and it shows. The dash is perfect without any cracks, the heater, A/C blows super cold.
Power locks and windows
4×4 High / Low Range
Unlike the FJ60, the rear bench seats have shoulder belts (except for the middle seat which has a lap belt)
Class IV tow hitch
Front bucket seats
AM/FM CD Player with XM Satellite Radio
Original tool bag and jack
All fluids changed (axles, tranny, t-case, oil/filter, coolant, etc.)
New fan clutch
Converted A/C system to R134 from R12 (they won’t let you run R12 anymore so we converted this for you)
A/C blows super cold
New Toyota OEM, brand new front bumper
This FJ62 has been thoroughly inspected and gone over and the following items have been uncovered. None of them are critical fixes.
The front axle will need to be rebuilt. This is a common issue with Land Cruisers and it can be driven like this without issue as long as you check the fluid levels every couple months. We can have the front axle rebuilt for the winning bidder prior to delivery.
The front driver’s seat has a small tear on the side. This is very common and we can work to help get this fixed.
One small ding the size of a quarter by the rear bumper on the left side. Easily repaired by a good body shop.
We can help with delivery as we have used a well-respected and trustworthy auto shipper for years. His prices are very reasonable and he’s easy to work with. If you prefer we partner with an auto shipper of your choosing, or would like to arrange for us to pick you up at either the Denver (DEN) Airport or the Colorado Springs Airport (COS) we are happy to help.