1972 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ 40
Picked up this little gem that needs a lot of work but finally got it running. It runs well, ot it up to 60 no problem. This is a fixer upper and I just don't have the time to invest right now. As of right now there is a red 1 gallon tank that can get you about 5 miles, r enough to go around the block to test drive it. I have a 12 gallon tank from an early 70's Bronco that I will be fabbing in. Also, he whole entire back had such bad rust that it all had to be cut off, t was unrestorable or savable. I built a cool ignition switch for the car to get rid of any need for a key, t just needs to be installed. I purchased a new wiring kit for all components: lights, ipers, lower...this has not been installed as of yet. The drive train, X4, nd brakes all work. I took the windshield frame off while I worked on it, t is brand new but lacks the windshield. Plus a set of good looking used tires. I have three seats, ot the greatest condition but three seats none the less, or what it is, thick blanket to cover them would work well. Get it now while the price is good, very time I put more work into it, he price will go up.