1980 Toyota FJ43 LandCruiser
The BJ25 was Japans answer to the American Jeep and the British Land Rover. ThereÃ¢??s really no sugarcoating it: Toyota reverse-engineered the Jeep and perfected it within a decade. By the time the USA started placing orders for the FJ to assist in the Korean War the FJ had grown into the sturdy 4x4 we know and still love today. From 1955 through 1984 the FJ improved piece by piece but still managed to maintain its now-iconic look and feel. Nearly the same vehicle as the FJ40 the FJ43 introduced more ways to configure your FJ. It offered a longer wheelbase (MediumWheelBased) as well as more space in the trunk for either cargo or passengers this has two bench seat facing each other for more added passengers. The FJ43 was produced until 1984 and only in the Japanese & South America Domestic market so that means it is a dime in a dozen in the USA market. In recent years the FJ43 has commanded a premium from collectors given that it has a limited availability in the US and other markets. The Type F engine made the FJ famous: not the most efficient but virtually impossible to break! It was (and is) commonly known to run 500000--600000 miles without a problem. It was constructed as an inline 6 cylinder with 3.9L injection . The 2F in this FJ43 is the bigger 4.2l engine which is in very great shape being that the odometer shows under 80k miles. Nearly the same vehicle as the FJ40 the FJ43 introduced more ways to configure your FJ. It offered a longer wheelbase as well as more space in the trunk for either cargo or passengers. The FJ43 was produced until 1984. In recent years the FJ43 has commanded a premium from collectors given its more limited availability in the US and other core markets. One of the key features of the FJ is its folding jump seats behind the front two seats making it easy to squeeze in more passengers or cargo. Though relatively sparse on creature comforts the FJ nonetheless captured the attention of buyers all over the world were impressed by its reliability sturdiness and off-roading ability. The Yota FJ43 for sale comes with a hardtop. If there was a the right time to buy a FJ43 it would be now on this 1980 Toyota FJ43. To see more HD pictures and video please visit GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information please call the Fort Lauderdale showroom at 954-227-4202 or e-mail us at FortLauderdale@GatewayClassicCars.com.