It’s not everyday that you see a super clean fully restored Toyota Land Cruiser FJ45 like this. Here is the list of things that have been done to this FH45.
Find it here on eBay in Missoula, MT, United States.
The following describes what was accomplished regarding the transformation of this 1965 Fj45 removable top short bed.In nearly all aspects of this project, new parts were purchased if available.After the complete tear down. The frame was fitted with new motor mounts, blasted and powder coated.The front and rears were changed out with those of a 1978 FJ40 for the gear ratio and front disk brakes.Professionals rebuilt and powder coated. New rear brakes drums for the rears an new disks for the front.All brakes and components are new. || Read more
Although not an official Toyota product. All the styling and of road prowess is takes directly from out beloved Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser. The TLC Icon FJ40 comes in at a steep $88,000, it’s a rugged and powerful vehicle that’ll laugh at any off-road punishment you can throw at it. The Icon boasts a 5.7-liter Chevy Ram Jet 8-cylinder engine with 350 horsepower — good for a 0-60 time of of 6.5 seconds and a top speed of 115-mph. In addition to an ultra-minimal interior, the Icon sports a removable top, crazy front grille guards, and a marine grade epoxy polymer, powder coat finish. Icon FJ40 for sale signs are very rare, as they in limited production. Here is a video of the Icon FJ40 in action from a few years back! || Read more
It has been exactly 60 yrs (actually 61 years now), when Toyota’s legendary 4×4 model was revealed to the public as the Toyota BJ on 1st August 1951. The Land Cruiser was specifically introduced for the military. The Landcruiser quickly evolved into an incredibly capable, extremely reliable and unstoppable all-wheel drive machine that conquered the Arctic and the Antarctic, crossed deserts and rain forests, worked in mines, helped to save lives in faraway places and has been the best companion of many who circumnavigated around the globe. || Read more
Here is a very rare Toyota FJ40 for someone that wants to own one of the best! This 1978 Toyota Landcruiser FJ40 has undergone one of the best builds possible. Aside from the perfect stance, this car is loaded with new parts from Coolcruisers.com. || Read more
How’s this for foreshadowing! Although not a real FJ40 these mini sized matchbox versions are a lot of fun for the FJ40 collector. They can be found at Walmart, eBay, or amazon. I got a 5 of these mini FJ40′s from Walmart a while back. Enjoy! || Read more
A cool article I found today at the http://www.autoblog.com talking about our beloved FJ40!
The year was 1951 and Toyota was hard at work creating a new all-terrain vehicle for military use. After much development, the Toyota BJ was the result of the Japanese automaker’s hard work, and the go-anywhere SUV quickly established itself as a capable workhorse. In fact, it was the first vehicle to be driven to Mt. Fuji’s sixth hill station, a climb rising 2,500 meters. After that feat, the Toyota BJ was applied to police fleets around the country. Sixty years and a name change later, the Toyota Land Cruiser is still running strong around the world. || Read more
We all love our Land Cruiser’s, specifically out FJ40′s. Many of us scour ebay and google searching: FJ40 for sale. And after months and month and for some of us years we find that diamond in the rough and we make the plunge. For many of us being a first time owner of an FJ40 Land Cruiser is the most exciting we’ve ever done and at the very some time can be the most frightening endeavor. For many of us, we are seasoned mechanics that know right what to do and how fix our broken and beat-up Fj40. FJ40 parts are sometimes hard to locate and some suppliers don’t carry everything. Therefore finding parts for the FJ40 is often more difficult that jumping on ebay and sometimes even a google search turns up unsuccessful. So I’d like to put together a list of links where you can find good FJ40 parts for sale. I hope this is a helpful resource for you guys, whether it’s a new engine or even a new shiny FJ40 battery tray. || Read more
Here is a great video of a off-road showdown between the 1979 Toyota FJ40 versus a 2009 Nissan Patrol. I say grab your wallet and find an FJ40 for sale rather than one of these cookie cutter soccer mom SUV’s that simply don’t cut it. Enjoy the video and happy Cruising! || Read more