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1974 Toyota Land Cruiser Land Cruiser 0 Rustic Green

Make: Toyota
Model: Land Cruiser
SubModel: Land Cruiser
Type: SUV
Trim: Land Cruiser
Year: 1974
VIN: FJ400176071
Color: Green
Engine: 350c.i. V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: 2dr
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Bellevue, Washington, United States

1974 Toyota Land Cruiser Land Cruiser Additional Info:

This 1974 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 is an excellent example that's finished in Deep Green with White Top over a Black Interior featuring new upholstery. Power comes from a professionally built and modified Chevrolet 350 crate engine with GM drivetrain. GM 4-speed manual truck transmission and a Spicer 18 Dana Transfer Case (both rebuilt) deliver power thru Warn locking hubs. Four-Wheel Drive (4WD). Sensible performance and reliability upgrades including; a Chevrolet 350 V8 engine (a modification so common and accepted... that many refer to them as Mega Cruisers), Edelbrock carburetor and intake manifold. HEI ignition system. Power steering with tilt steering column, Power brakes. New Cooper STT tires with polished wheels, lift kit, Heavy Duty Rancho 5000 shocks, Rancho steering stabilizer. Factory Roll Bar. Diamond Plate rear corner body protectors. Quest Aluminum clutch and brake pedals. Upgraded Kenwood stereo with CD. Transfer case rebuilt properly, motor gone through to fix leaks, suspension and steering all gone through and updated, new seats, new digital and analog gauges, rear swing out door to move spare to left and add Jerry Cans to right, ARB front bumper, Warn winch, LED headlamps, LED driving lamps, LED Back up lights, rear tow hook, FJ60 front locking hubs (manual locking), Rear Bench Seat, Shoulder Safety Harnesses, Wood steering wheel, and more. We have all the receipts for the work done by two of the most well-known 4WD and FJ specialist in the NW. If you're in the market for a compact four-wheel-drive SUV but wanting something a bit unique, this may be the rig you've been seeking, with upgrades that set this FJ apart from any other on the road. Upgrades include; HEI Ignition, Edelbrock Carburetor, Edelbrock Intake, Dana Spicer 18 Transfer Case (just rebuilt), Warn Locking Hubs, 4-Wheel Disc Brakes with Brembo front and GM Rear Rotors, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Old Man EMU 2.5-inch HD Suspension, Rancho 5000 Shocks, Rancho Steering Stabilizer, Warn 8,000-pound Winch, ARB Front Bumper with Bull Bar, 15-inch American Racing Aluminum Wheels, 33x11 Cooper STT Pro Off-Road Tires (including spare), Hi-lift Off-Road Jack, Dual Rear-Mounted Jerry Cans, Full Safari Cage, Rear Corner Diamond Plate Protection, Vortex LED Headlamps, Rigid Flush-Mount Dually LED Lamp, Baja Design LP9 Auxiliary LED Lamps, Corbeau Sport Seats, Bestop Rear bench Seat, GM Tilt Steering Column, Sparco Wood Steering Wheel, Dakota Digital Instrumentation, New Red 3-Point Seat Belts, Tuffy Cubby Box, Aluminum Pedals, Fire Extinguisher, and Kenwood Head Unit. All updates have been within the last 6 months. Land Cruisers, particularly the earliest versions, have become increasingly more valuable to collectors and enthusiasts alike in the past few years. This FJ40 runs and drives excellent, it's in outstanding condition throughout and is ready for your next adventure. People around town will surely raise an eyebrow when you park this fabulous Toyota FJ40. This Land Cruiser is ready for the long haul, the crawl, or just a cruise. Capable and ready, there really isn't a better way to start the summer than with this Toyota. Drive it home today! Toyota's Land Cruiser is about as timeless as they come, having been introduced to the market in 1951 with continued production into the present. In an age where SUVs have grown substantially larger, the small FJ40 is a hot commodity at car events and high-profile auctions. The FJs have gained "iconic" status seemingly overnight, to the point where an all-original FJ40 can bring as much money as a recognizable classic muscle car. Constructed atop a semi-elliptical leaf spring suspension system, the FJ40 models remind people of an age where a truck was easy to drive, easy to fix, and rugged as hell. While the FJ40 is small compared to today's "compact" SUVs, it's arguably tougher and without a doubt more versatile. They're tough, easy to work on, and easily modified, which makes them a credible option for anyone considering a classic car or truck. If you want an incredible FJ40 Mega Cruiser value, this one is it, with $29k in receipts for upgrades to make this one of the best driving FJ available.