The Iron Pig - 1972 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ55

This vehicle is only availabe for use as a donor in one of our projects.  It's not avaialble "as is".  

This 1972 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ55 is a mostly original example that retains its stock 3.9 liter inline 6-cylinder engine and 3-speed manual transmission. The truck has some rust and body issues but still wears what is believed to be mostly original two-tone paint.   The original owners manual is included with the vehicle.  In all, it's a very suitable donor for a full frame-off restoration. 

The FJ55, commonly known as the "Iron Pig" was produced from ’67-’80 and was the first true station wagon in the Land Cruiser series, and the first to have fully enclosed box frame members. The 4-door wagon was based on the FJ40’s drivetrain and replaced the 4-door FJ45V(I) with a longer 2700mm wheelbase. Out of all Land Cruiser wagons sold in the US, including the FJ45, it’s the only one that did not come equipped with a hatch and tailgate in the rear, but instead featured a tailgate only with an electrically operated window that can be retracted into the tailgate.

Interested in having this vehicles restored and modernized with new Toyota mechanical components?  Give us a call.  Learn more about our projects here and see our most recent work here


  • Matching numbers
  • 3.9 liter straight 6-cylinder
  • 3 speed manual

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 This vehicle is not available for sale as-is.

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