This 1968 FJ40 is one of the earliest Land Cruiser models and, with all of its original parts and accessories, it is an exceptional example of conservation done right.
Its hardtop is made of the same material as its three-door body, making it a rare collector's 1968 FJ40 Land Cruiser. It is equipped with a 3.9 liter F engine and a 3-speed gearbox with an original low-range.
Over its more than forty-five years in action, this car only had four owners. Its final owner ketp it on a farm, where it was well-stored for seven long years.
Several components should be highlighted from its interior: a pristine steering wheel, perfectly conserved seats and a spotless instrument board. This FJ40's floor panels were covered with two coats of anticorrosive protection and painted with the same Dupont materials as the exterior.
The electrical system is also original. However, we added an electronic ignition for modern convenience.
Despite the optimal state in which we found this car, some elements such as emblems and lights were replaced with new, authentic Toyota Land Cruiser parts. Finally, the motor was completely disassembled and restored with new components.
Another one like this will be hard to find!
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