1966 Toyota Land Cruiser Fj45 Lv Wagon on 2040-cars
Red and White
Ogden, Utah, United States
For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: 8
Exterior Color: Red and White
Model: Land Cruiser
Options: 4-Wheel Drive, CD Player
Trim: FJ45 LV Wagon
Disability Equipped: No
Drive Type: Four Wheel Drive
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ...
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I purchased this wagon out of Montana fifteen years ago and have been working on it ever since. I have lost interest in working on it, so it's time to sell it. It has come along way but still needs more work and love to be finished. I will list all the parts and upgrades from the front to the back.
The front bumper is custom made and has a tow bar for towing.
I have two new front fenders for it, one is on it.
I have upgraded the headlights to briter lights. I have also put the front turn signals in the marker lights so they are not on the fenders.
I have a hi jack lift on the front bumper.
I have upgraded to a Saginaw Power Steering.
It has a double steering arm with cross over steering.
The radiator was cleaned and is stock.
The front axle was changed out with a mid 80's toyota solid axle with disc brakes. It has 4. 10 gears in it.
It has new 35 inch mudder tires on it. The rims are in great shape as well.
It has a spring over lift with a custom shakle reversal with no bumper steer.
I have a newer Toyota Power Brake Booster.
The motor is a Chevy 350, with very low miles. It has a lot of newer parts. The motor has ceramic headers. The exhaust is a larger diameter custom exhaust.
It also has a Chevy 350 Auto Tansmission and Chevy np205 transfer case. It has new drive lines that were custom made.
I put in a Chevy Camero tilt steering wheel with ------- Steering Wheel.
It has a new instrument cluster with new gauges.
The heater is stock and has been restored.
I have cut out some of the floor that was rusted and welded in new metal.
I have changed the bench seat to new Chevy Silverado bucket seats.
The rear seat is a fold and tumble from a Jeep Wrangler. I also put in rear seat belts.
It has a Tuffy Center console with a stereo slot. I have a new Alpine Stereo for it (never installed).
The rear axle is a Dana 44 with disk brakes, and emergency break. I also installed stainless steel brake lines on the rear.
The gas tank was removed and restored. I used the POR15 Kit that is on the inside and outside of the tank, it will rust or fail you.
It has four new Pro Comp Shocks.
I have a custom rear bumper with a two inch receiver.
The battery is brand new and is located in the rear of the wagon.
It has two gas pumps one is macanical and the other is electrical.
The glass is all there and in good shape.
The headliner and door panels need to be replaced.
The body is in good condition with only minor surface fust.
The rear corner panels are in ruff shape. The rear drop gate is also in ruff shape. I have not done any body work on it, besides the floor. There is no bondo that I'm aware of.
The cruiser starts and runs good. I would not drive it across the country but I drive it all over Northern Utah.
I have several totes of extra parts for the cruiser and motor.
I will arrange to have it shipped any where in the world, buyer is responsible for all shipping. You could also tow it with a truck any where you want.
My reserve is fair and I will not give out my reserve price. If the high bidder comes close to the reserve I will sell the cruiser.
I will be out of town for some of the auction time, so I may be delayed getting back to your emails or questions.
I require $500 down and the rest upon pick up or shipping.
Thanks for looking and if you want more pictures let me know.
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