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1975 Toyota Fj55 Land Cruiser Base Sport Utility 4-door 4.2l on 2040-cars

Year:1975 Mileage:74752
Location:

Seaside, Oregon, United States

Seaside, Oregon, United States

Miles 74,752 / 4 Speed / 4 Wheel Drive / Manual Steering 
Drum Brakes / Stock Height / De-smogged

THE GOOD
- OEM Toyota Alternator (new rebuilt) 
- OEM Toyota Voltage Regulator (new rebuilt) 
- OEM Toyota Belt
- OEM oil sending unit, water temp sending unit
- OEM plugs, wires, cap, rotor and oil filter (large type filter) Castrol 20/50w
- OEM Toyota Coil
- Starter (Cruiser Corps)
- Radiator full flush kit done at LUMS TOYOTA / new radiator hoses / 
  PCV valve, gasket and hose / OEM thermostat 
- Pentronix ignitor kit 
- Rebuilt carb / new K&N filter / new fuel filter, rubber lines / OEM venting gas cap / fuel pump
- New tie rods, rebuilt center arm, full alinement 
- New battery cables with disconnect
- New master cylinder (ASIAN) / front brake hard lines
- New parking brake shoes with rebuilt kit
- Full front & rear brake job / New shoes, braided lines (stainless), new wheel cylinders, DOT4 fluid
- New RoundEyes headlights (nice upgrade from sealed glass units)
- Rear glass tailgate works. Front dash switch & rear tailgate key switch work
- New top rear window weatherstrip.
- New Old Man Emu steering stabilizer
- BFGoodwrench A/T 30" tires on stock steel rims / OEM hub caps
- Four speed transmission shifts smooth, four wheel drive works, front manual locking hubs are stock OEM Toyota
- All lights work. Dash, dome, headlights (hi/low), rear tail, backup, license, front turn signals and the engine emergency light outlet.
- Front and rear heaters work. Wipers/switch works. Hazards/switch works. Horn works.
- Inside vinyl door panels are uncut (front/rear), all windows crank up/down. All doors lock with keys. No rock chips or cracks on windows.

- Extra parts, front doors (with glass), repair manuals, Yakima rack, etc. I have many receipts, known history back to early 90's. This Land Cruiser was originally from Puget Sound area in Washington State.

- Clear Oregon title with Oregon Tree plates.

THE ISSUES 
- 2F engine not turning. As of (03/19/2014). Needs rebuild, confirmed by Toyota mechanic.
  This Land Cruiser was my daily driver, and I always used Toyota OEM parts when available. 
- Rust in the usual areas.
- Needs new exhaust pipes, (New OEM FJ55 muffler comes with sale).

HEADS UP
- Very, basic vehicle! No power steering, no disc brakes, no air conditioning, no stereo. 
- Not a "Gucci" Land Cruiser, it is bare bones, stock rig. 

For more photos, send me an email.

Thanks for looking!

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