800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1971 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser has that cool classic 4x4 style you love, and it turns it up a notch with upgraded exterior features, bold paint, and an overall attitude that comes from a convertible off-road machine that's ready for anything.
The copper color upgrade on this FJ40 just seems right. After all, these 4x4s have a globetrotter reputation, and so it should look like it just came out of a copper mine. While the paint has a nice shine, this one also has a serious rugged attitude. It includes the diamond plate side steps, full-size spare, upgraded hitch plate, and tubular front bumper with brush guard and auxiliary lights mounted. It's all finished in a nice coordinated black. Plus, with the Bestop full black soft top in place, this has a nice look of a two-tone package.
This is a true chose your own adventure vehicle, and so you not only have the full soft top and full metal doors, but also there is a bikini top for when you want only a little shade. And of course, everything is removable so you can have a true open-air 4x4 experience. The front seats three across in total, but you always have the individual bucket. It's all finished in a durable vinyl and the whole setup is simple and rugged. So cleanup after a fun day out is as easy as a garden hose. It all has a well-done vintage style with the floor shifters, grippy three-spoke steering wheel, and classic gauge panel with handy auxiliary readouts nicely integrated into the dash.
Toyota's trusty and torquey 3.9-liter inline-six is the backbone of the Land Cruiser's tough-as-nails reputation. It has the right signs of good maintenance, and it runs with the kind of gusto you want in a Land Cruiser. The three-speed manual transmission gives you full control over this go-anywhere machine, and locked front hubs means it's always off-road ready. The upgraded 15-inch wheels have General Grabber AT2 tires, and power brakes help deliver a confident feeling to this constant explorer.
Complete with maintenance records, this is a rugged and distinctive classic 4x4. So if you love to go everywhere, and look good doing it, call today!
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