The tall and wide stance instantly tells you that this 1976 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser has been given plenty of investments to be an even better off-road machine. And as you dig deeper, you'll discover upgrades like a versatile interior (including heated seats!), an overdrive transmission, four-wheel disc brakes, and a fuel-injected V8 that make this one ready for anything on or off the pavement.
The matte green paint is a great look on this FJ. It gives you the feeling of military-grade toughness, and it's the kind of finish you won't mind getting muddy. After all, a vehicle like this is going to live a useful life. The dark green also coordinates with all the black elements that also really show off the investments in superior 4x4 toughness. It starts with the stance of the Pro Comp tires and Hutchinson Rock Monster 17-inch wheels with two-piece beadlocks. It's such serious off-road equipment that the fenders were modified to fit the big tires and long suspension travel. Up front is a tough metal bumper with integrated bull bar and 9500 lb winch. In the rear is an upgraded metal carrier so you can have a full-sized spare of the upgraded wheel/tire package. There's also an RCI fuel cell, tow hook, and drop-down winch. So this is the kind of 4x4 that knows how to get into the best kinds of trouble, and it gets itself out of it, too.
The interior is built for both plenty of function and plenty of comfort. The floor is done in rugged liner paint, there's a high lift jack in the bed, and you have an upgraded pair of bucket seats with upgraded belts. The full roll bar package is not only comprehensive, but also quite thoughtful (see how it curves around the dash?) This was built for the outdoor and in-nature lifestyle, but it also does it right. There's a full Spectre bikini top to keep the sunshine off your shoulders on hot days, and the heated seats take the chill out of cold mornings. The full gauge panel has been upgraded to make sure you have the complete info, and a touch pad now operates everything from the wipers to the upgraded light kit. There's a Tuffy center console in-between the front buckets. Not only is this a good place to lock away any valuables, but it also keeps the AM/FM/CD stereo from harm in case it gets muddy out on the trail. This stereo system is set up exactly how you want it with nice features like Bluetooth and marine-grade JL Audio speakers.
This may be a classic Toyota, but it now has a modern fuel-injected Chevy heart. This 5.3-liter Vortec motor has been built for extra power, and it's said to be a 330 horsepower machine. This kind of extra muscle is perfect for this build that has had big investments in upgrading the 4x4 suspension. As you look underneath, you'll spot a strengthened frame that holds upgraded front suspension arms. There's also King 16-inch remote reservoir coilovers. The transfer case is an Atlas II twin stick unit. It feeds beefy Daana axles with Yukon Gears and a 35 Spline Detroit full carrier locker. The four-speed automatic transmission is from Tilden Motorsports. So it knows how to both handle this big power motor and give you overdrive comfort. And there are more good anytime driving features, like power steering and a beefy four-wheel disc brakes package.
This is the international symbol for toughness that has been upgraded to go beyond your wildest expectations. This is everything you love about a Land Cruiser with plenty of extra power, too. Don't let it slip away. Call today!!!