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This 1979 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 in Olive Green with Black Interior is ready for four-wheelin' fun. 4.2L/125hp 6-Cylinder Engine. 4-Speed Manual Trans w/Synchromesh. Four-Wheel Drive 4WD w/Two-Speed Transfer Case. Bringing arguably the best pack...
This 1979 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 in Olive Green with Black Interior is ready for four-wheelin' fun. 4.2L/125hp 6-Cylinder Engine. 4-Speed Manual Trans w/Synchromesh. Four-Wheel Drive 4WD w/Two-Speed Transfer Case. Bringing arguably the best package together by 1979, this Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser is finished in factory Olive Green color over Black interior, this example is in remarkable condition throughout. Under the hood lies a Toyota 4.2-liter engine making 125 factory-rated horsepower and 210-lb/ft of torque connected to the fully synchromesh four-speed manual transmission and Toyota's venerable four-wheel drive system. This FJ has been meticulously maintained since a comprehensive restoration and features; Upgraded Electronic Ignition System, Power Front Disc Brakes, Power Steering, Grey Steel Wheels w/Correct Hub Caps, New BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A Tires, Warn Locking Hubs, Old Man Emu Shocks/Leaf Springs/Steering Stabilizer, Dual Rearview Mirrors, P.T.O. Winch (VERY Difficult to Find), Steel Roll Bar, Reclining Bucket Seats with 3-Point Seatbelts, Rear Side-Facing Seats with Lap Belts, White Perforated Headliner, Courtesy Lamp, Rubber Toyota Floor Mat and Carpeted Mat for Rear Storage and Passenger Area. A fantastic example of the classic and desired Toyota SUV, this FJ40 runs and drives 'Better Than New', yet is extremely stock in appearance, proudly wears it's factory correct color, and presents in outstanding condition throughout.Launched in 1960 as the Land Cruiser Model 40, its worldwide success carried for many decades, but for enthusiasts in the United States, the end came about in 1984. Only mild changes to the Toyota FJ were integrated over the years, mostly consisting of better safety and convenience items. This included a rollbar being standard equipment by 1974, ambulance rear doors in 1975 along with a larger more powerful 4.2-liter inline six-cylinder engine, front disc brakes in 1976, plus a better 3.70:1 highway axle gearing as standard.For more information, or to discuss making delivery arrangements for adding this fabulous 1979 Toyota FJ to your collection, or any of our 20+ high-performance, classic and luxury SUVs, trucks and crossovers always in stock, contact one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales consultants or feel free to drop by our 5-acre Bellevue, WA facility - Home to the West Coast's Most Diverse Inventory of Luxury, Exotic, Collectible and Special Interest Automobiles, with 200+ Always On Site. Nobody Has What We Have! contact one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales consultants or feel free to drop by our Bellevue, WA campus and peruse the West Coast's finest assortment of luxury, exotic, special interest and collectible cars - We Always Have 150+ on Site at our Park Place Center.