94 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ80 Lifted wtih 4" OME LIFT KIT, New Exhaust 138K miles
- Condition: Used
- Make: Toyota
- Model: Land Cruiser
- Year: 1994
- Mileage: 138,275
- VIN: JT3DJ81WXR0080344
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1994 Toyota Land Cruiser
Selling my 94 Toyota Land Cruiser. It's the longest truck I've owned besides my FJ40 that I've had for 10 years.I have taken the truck camping and just on light trails two or three times, so the truck has not been used or ridden hard since I have owned it the past 5 or 6 years.This is my second one after owning a 96 for3 years before that and realized these truckslast forever anddon't depreciate like other trucks do. Its been my daily driver and has held up great for me over the years. I recent just replaced the whole exhaust a couple months ago and it runs even better. The guy pulled a wire on one of the O2 censor when installing the new exhaust and the check engine light came on after I came home and I looked under the truck and you can see the wire came out of its connector. I also replaced the brakes and rotors on all 4 sides and put a new brake master cylinder and driver side brake caliper on. I put a brand new radiator in it about 2 years ago also. The truck has a 4" OME kit on it with 35" tires and it makes the truck sit and look a lot nicer. I get compliments in it all the time when I drive it, the truck just needs front and rear bumpers and it would look even better. The driver side had a branch swipe it and has a couple of small dings along the driver side I tried to show in the pictures. You can only see them up close and can be fixed I already got a estimate. The ding king came by and said he could fix all the dings for 500 with no paint or bodywork, he can do it with special tools he has. Again they are nothing major I just like to be honest as possible and mention anything I can. The truck also has one rot spot which is a very typical spot under the rear driver side mud flap on the door. You can only see it when the rear door is open and you get down on the ground. I brought it to a shop a couple of weeks ago and they said it would not be much to weld in a small piece and paint its since its in a spot you don't see it and the paint wouldn't have to match up exactly.It has not spreadsince I have owned it. The only other thing that needs to be replaced is the windshield gasket which is how the water gets into the rocker panels and creates the rust and rot that happens in that spot.The hood shocksneed to be replaced as well. Besides that the truck runs great and can go pretty much anywhere you want it to. The engine starts up first try everything and the transmission shifts smooth. The truck only has 138,275 miles on it which is nothing for these trucks and will last another 150,000 miles or more if kept up with and maintained. The interior on the truck is in good shape and all the seats are in good shape with no rips or tears. The dash pad has a 5" split on the top near the steering wheel from the sun. It never bothered me and figured I would just find another one at a junkyard. The rear jump seats fold up to the side or you can remove them as well. You can seat 7 people no problem in the truck.The rear safari windows in the 3rd row seats are great and good for ventilation. The truck could use a paint job or vinyl wrap or some kind of bedliner if you wanted to use it more for off roading and not care about thepaint as much. I personally don't mind the faded paint and patina on it but everyoneis different. Truck doesn't have any leaks and comes with factory running boards also. If you have any questions or want to stop by call or text me at 908-239-1092 my name is Matt
Will trade for a FJ40 or a fj40 with cash if it's not in nice as shape.