1981 toyota fj45 troopy troop carrier not fj40 landcruiser

Price: - Item location: Weaverville, North Carolina, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Toyota
  • Model: Land Cruiser
  • SubModel: fj45
  • Year: 1980
  • Mileage: 12,000
  • VIN: fj45306551
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 351w ford
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: dodge nv4500 5spd manual
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!

1980 Toyota Land Cruiser fj45

Up for sale is my personal troopy. I bought it in 2010 from a guy who imported it from Australia and we did alot of work to it. The truck runs great and drives much better than factory new. It is very fast and has lots of towing power. I will try to list all thats been done, and anything that needs to be done.GOOD:New roof drip rail custom madenew window gaskets on all fixed and rollup windowsnew windshieldnew wire harnessnew nv4500 5 speed transmissionstrong v8 enginerebuilt transfer casenew alternatornew water pumpnew edelbrock performer carburatorcustom aluminum plate bumpernew rear sillnew rear bench seatsnew headlinernew gaugescustom gauge clustercustom bolt in door panels(no more crappy clips)grey bedliner insidecolor match blue bedliner on rear sill and fron stepsnew front stepsspare glass windows including the rare rear cornerslarge built in power inverter for power toolstowing package including brake control
BAD:my company logos on doorsa few rust spotsone small tear in back of front seat from cargointerior bedliner has some wear and is not perfect
I will help with shipping any way I can and may be able to deliver on east coast depending on location. I would love to meet new owner and find out who will have my baby.
This is a great truck! Feel free to contact me with any questions or for a video facetime call to get a tour of the truck. Eric 828nine8nine665one Fly here and I will pick you up at Asheville airport. Can you drive it home? YES! This truck has been very reliable for me and there is no reason to believe it will not continue to be very solid.