1979 Toyota HJ45 Land Cruiser rare Diesel Adventure Truck like BJ40 or FJ40

Price: - Item location: Summer Shade, Kentucky, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Toyota
  • Model: Land Cruiser
  • Trim: Basic
  • Year: 1979
  • Mileage: 83,400
  • VIN: HJ45025108
  • Color: Green
  • Engine size: 6cyl Diesel
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: 4x4
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1979 Toyota Land Cruiser

"Fast" "Luxurious" "Rides like a Cadillac"These are words you would NOT use to describe this truck..BUT if you are looking for a rugged, ependable, are one of a kind Expedition truck this might for you.I picked this truck and another up in Costa Rica last year while I was living down there a bit. I was planning on keeping this one and selling the other but I haven't been able to sell my BJ40 yet so I'm putting this one up as well to get one sold soon.It's a good solid truck with 135k kilometers or around 83k miles. It has the original naturally aspirated straight 6 Diesel which is not real quick but is supposedly bulletproof and when put in low 4 will lug up a mountain.The frame is solid with no rust. The body is solid as well but there's a couple tiny little rust bubbles in a couple spots I'll try to show in the pics, ardly noticeable but I want to represent the truck accurately. The paint is good overall but there's a couple small blemishes, t looks nice but it's not quite a show quality paint job. The interior is good but the drivers seat has some tears at the bottom and the headliner had a couple little spots where it's drooping a hair but it could probably be fixed easy with a few sprays of upholstery glue.The truck really is one of a kind for the USA, iterally every red light I stop at if there's other men there they are either looking at it puzzled trying to figure out what it is or rolling thier window down saying "cool truck" etc. the only things I would do to the truck down the road is possible replace the glow plugs as they are a bit slow to warm up (around $50.) and if you was doing serious off reading I would get some bigger knobbier tires as the ones on it are old vintage original style tires that look cool and fit the military look but they don't have a lot of traction in the mud. The truck is here on my farm in Kentucky. I have a clear KY title. Feel free to come look and inspect before bidding. Calvin 270-670-6738