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1969 Toyota Fj Cruiser Fj40 1969 Toyota Land Cruiser Fj40 White Garage Kept Mint on 2040-cars

US $21,999.00
Year:1969 Mileage:23701
Location:

Montauk, New York, United States

Montauk, New York, United States

I have too many cars and am selling my 1969 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 which has been completely restored to original condition.  This FJ40 has been painted inside, outside, underneath and inside the engine bay. It has 6 coats of primer, 2 coats of veva-seal, and 2 gallons of single-stage acrylic enamel paint.  This is what the car would have originally come with.

The interior is white with gray front seats and a gray small jump seat in the back.  Recently newly upholstered. It has a new dash pad, new factory floor mats, a factory roll bar, new door gaskets, and a new headliner.

This 1969 FJ40 is a original 4x4 with 23,701 miles, it has a factory PTO winch on the front, 5 new BF Goodrich all terrain tires. The engine is original with the straight 6 cylinder gas engine with the 3 speed transmission with high - low range the engine is all original as it still has the old vacuum control switch to switch between high and low range, every light and gauge works, the wipers work, the heater works. 

This FJ also benefits from new brakes, new exhaust and new hubcaps. In addition to the new brakes the clutch, master cylinder, slave cylinder, and flywheel were replaced along with all the seals, boots, and transfer case. The transmission was also serviced at this time as well.  It also has a new battery and it just passed its safety inspection this spring. In addition, Grand Prix Auto in Southampton, NY did a complete 150 point inspection and test drive of the car and assured me that it is in great running condition. They also checked that all numbers were matching and that all the parts were original.The FJ runs and drives great. I am the second owner. The Fj lived in a barn in Missouri and I have kept it garaged in NY for 4 years.  If you want an original Land Cruiser this is it. 


The only issues with the car are some minor areas of surface rust on the steps (which can be seen in the photos) and there is an area below the gas cap that needs some touch up paint. Otherwise the car is in really great condition. If you have any questions feel free to call me: Lee (631) 926-4740


I am very proud of this car. I love it very much and people are always very interested in it when they see it. It is a great looking car that I will be sad to let go but happy for someone else to enjoy. 



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Wed, 21 May 2014 11:00:00 EST

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