Year: 1978, Make: Toyota, Model: Land Cruiser FJ40, Mileage: 117988, VIN: GCCSTL7814
Year: 1974, Make: Toyota, Model: Land Cruiser FJ40, Mileage: 211200, VIN: FJ40165407
For sale in our St. Louis showroom is an all original, surviving 1978 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40. BACKGROUND: Toyota started production of the Land Cruiser FJ40 in 1960 and began importing them to the US in 1963. The last US bound FJ rolled off the line in 1983, making a brief comeback as a modern SUV in the US called the FJ Cruiser from 2006 to 2014. From 1963 to 1983 the FJ40 saw little change ...
1975 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser For Sale in John Island, North Carolina 29455 Get ready to tackle anything that comes your way with this 1975 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser! This off-road vehicle features a strong and stately styling that will capture the attention of anyone who sees it. It is dressed in beautiful green paint and complimented by an exceptionally clean black interior. Powered by a 2F En...
1978 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ 40, 4x4, Transmission Manual 4 speed with overdrive, 50k miles. No accidents.Serious buyers only please, Be sure to leave your email address so that I can contact you.
I have a front 4WD locking hub for a 1980 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 in good working condition and this will fit other years 70smodels like the FJ55 I believe. The other 2 locking hubs appear to be front a larger truck, maybe from chevy axle conversion but Ill throw them in. I dont see the other front one in the box so just what is pictured unless it mysteriously appears.
I have a set of 1980 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 Hard Doors Will Fit Other 70s models FJ40s in good used condition. Will need some TLC rust repair on the bottoms but really solid overall. Includes the glass in great condition and interior door panel pieces and handles.
I have a complete 1980 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 Axle Set. This set will fit other FJ40 years in the 70s. This is in good used condition, one of my FJs was had a chevy axle conversion so I had kept the originals. The other axles not visible are located in the long cardboard box its sitting on.
I have an original 1970s Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 Steering Box, came off my 76 model. It has a very small amount of play in it so it might need a light rebuild but a great back up or fix it bc these are very expensive to buy new or rebuilt $550-$600 Ive kept this unit a few years in dry storage.