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1993 HZJ81 Land Cruiser RHD Diesel with CA registration. FJ80 FZJ80

Make: Toyota
Model: Land Cruiser
Year: 1993
Mileage: 109000
VIN: 00000000000000000
Color: Black
Engine: 1HZ
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Diesel
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: AWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Right-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: San Francisco, California, United States

1993 Toyota Land Cruiser Additional Info:

Selling my 1993 HZJ81 Diesel (Non-Turbo) w/ 109,000 miles (when converted from 177k km). This is a Right Hand Drive, legal to operate, Japanese import.

California Registration!! For those of you in the know of importing cars, CA registration is the #1 Pain in the Butt state in the US to get an out of country car registered. This is aSMOG exempt rig.
This Land Cruiser has the "never offered in the US market, very desirable and bullet proof" 1-HZ diesel engine. FYI, many people will add a turbo charger like this guy: http://4xoverland.com/turbo-charging-the-toyota-1hz-engine/
Other JDM only aspects that you won't see much here on the US versions:
1. Fender flares
2. Small front fender mirror (used to keep centered when driving).
3. Plastic window covers
4. There is a fricken cooler (not sure if it works) in the armrest
This is the Fulltime 4WD with a center diff lock and High-Low gearing options. Always starts right up on the first crank with a cold engine. No smoke from exhaust. No leaks!!! (there was a diesel leak but took care of it, see below). Sunroof operates fine.
Car is equipped with:1. Power locks and windows.2. Alarm3. Moonroof4. Working AC5. Armrest cooler (this might not be working)The previous owner (in Japan) did the following:
1. Installed the lift and suspension (I have a pic of this parked next to my FJ62 for scale).
2. LED headlights.
3. LED interior lights.
4. Amp and subwoofer installation.
5. Roof rack.
6. Leather seats.7. Replaced timing and water pump.

When I took possession, I did the following:
1. Resealing the diesel injection pump (had a small leak but all good now).
2. Oil & filter change.
3. Radiator coolant change.
4. Installed a Kenwood double din stereo/dvd w/ back up cam.
5. New JBL rear door speakers.
6. Put on quality used 35's on new rims.
7. New driver side power window regulator.
8. Replaced front left turn signal socket.
9. New WeatherTec all season matts.10. New OEM engine air filter.

When I had the injector reseal job done, I intended on changing the timing belt and water pump but the mechanic said it looked good and not to mess with it. On that note, included in the sale are:
1. New timing belt.
2. New tensioners.
3. New Water pump.
4. New gaskets.
5. 1-HZ Toyota repair manual.
6. Turn signal bulbs.
The bad:
* 2 of the 3 interior dome lights are not working. Not sure if the bulbs are burnt or it's a fuse.
* Several little scratches and a small dent.
* Front speaker's could probably be changed out depending on your audiophile level.
Car is located in San Francisco in my garage near AT&T Park.