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 restoration done right.
This Land Cruiser's hardtop is made of the same material as its three-door body, making it a rare collector's 1968 FJ40. It is equipped with a 3.9-liter Toyota F engine and a 3-speed gearbox with its original low-range gear.
With more than forty-five years in action, this car only had four previous owners. The fourth owner kept it on a farm, where it was stored for seven long years.
The interior features a pristine steering wheel, perfectly preserved seats, and a spotless instrument panel. Its floor panels received two coats of anti-corrosive protection and were finished with Dupont paint that matches the exterior.
The electrical system is original, except for the electronic ignition, which was added for modern convenience.
While this Land Cruiser was found in optimal condition, the engine was completely disassembled and restored with new components, and some elements, such as emblems and lights, were replaced with new, authentic Toyota Land Cruiser parts.
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