Original Survivor 1971 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40

By: Admin → Thursday, November 10, 2016

Original Survivor 1971 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40

Original Survivor 1971 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 For Sale

Price: $23700
Location: Kalama, Washington

Toyota Land Cruiser for sale, found this one cool original survivor FJ40 being offered for sale today, it could be a remarkable example of the Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 family, unmolested still in excellent condition overall has been driven about 77,300 miles. As you've see here is 1971 model fairly nice red with white hardtop styled. Asking $23700 located in Kalama, Washington.

Specification / Condition
Drive-train 4WD Model FJ40 Year 1971
Suspension Standard Exterior Color Red Engine Original
Fuel Type Gas Interior Color Black Transmission Manual
Body Condition Original Overall Condition Excellent Mileage 77300 

Detail by owner
One Family, Rust free, Hunting Rig
Runs and drives Excellent
77,300 Original miles

Original F155 6 cyl. (Numbers matching)
Excellent compression on all 6 cyls.
Complete tune up , Plugs, Wires, Filters etc.
New OEM fuel pump
New OEM clutch cylinder
Original factory exhaust
Runs excellent

Drive train:
Original 3 spd. on the tree
Excellent clutch
Original transfer case
Original differentials front and rear
Brakes are in great shape

Original 45 year old Freeborn Red paint(039) Has slight blemishes
Brand new 31 x 15 tires
Brand new OEM steel wheels
Brand new OEM hub caps
Uncut rust free Body, never wrecked
New OEM turn signal lenses
New OEM Bumpers front and rear
New OEM mirrors
New HFS Shackles, Bushings and Shocks

Excellent interior, Has one hole in the upper corner of the front double seat ( Deer Horn)
Excellent rear jump seats
Beautiful Original Dash
All gauges, heaters, wipers, choke, lights, horn, etc, all work as they should.
Original factory OEM Carpet (Very rare) excellent condition
Both front and rear heaters
Excellent original glass
Factory OEM Bottle Jack, Tool kit , and Owners manuals

This Land Cruiser is a Beautiful ( Original Survivor). I bought it from the original owner. This IS NOT a nut and bolt restoration. The family who owned this used it as there yearly hunting rig. It was towed 1200 miles a year to and from hunting camp. So the miles shown are not engine miles - mostly tow miles. They nick named it the (Road Runner) and it was plastered with those stickers when I got it. The Hard top has never been removed from the vehicle. I purposely left the Deer horn hole in the upper corner of the seat for past memories. Original one owner survivors like this are very hard to find. If only it could tell all the great Hunting stories!!