1975 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 PrivateCars - Rowlett - 8 views
This 1975 Toyota Land Cruiser is said to have undergone a three-year refurbishment beginning in 1998 that included a repaint in mustard yellow, interior reupholstery in black vinyl, installation of a carpet kit, and more. Power is from a 4.2-liter inline-six paired with a four-speed manual transmission and a dual-range transfer case, with additional equipment including rear barn doors, jump seats, a rear heater, and a Pioneer CD player. This FJ40 was acquired by its current owner in 2016 and is now offered on dealer consignment with refurbishment records, a reprinted owner’s manual, a repair guide, and a clean Texas title.
The truck was repainted in mustard yellow with a white roof as part of the refurbishment and features rear barn doors, factory-style bumpers, and dual side mirrors. Detailed photos of the finish and trim can be viewed in the gallery below, including corrosion noted on a hood hinge.
Factory 15″ steel wheels are wrapped in 235/75 Goodyear Workhorse tires and mounted over manually-locking hubs up front. A matching spare is affixed to a swing-away carrier at the rear. The power-assisted brakes feature a dual-chamber master cylinder and drums at all four corners.
The cabin has been reupholstered in black vinyl with matching trim, and floor coverings have been added to the front and rear compartments. Amenities include retractible lap and shoulder belts for the front occupants, a roll hoop, rear jump seats with lap belts, front and rear heaters, and a Pioneer CD player linked to aftermarket speakers in the doors and cargo area.
Instrumentation in the color-matched dash consists of a speedometer and gauges for oil pressure, fuel level, coolant temperature, and amperage. The five-digit odometer shows 14k miles, with the actual total unknown. The selling dealer states that approximately 5k miles have been added since the refurbishment was completed in 2001.
The 4.2-liter inline-six was factory-rated at 133 horsepower with 210 lb-ft of torque when new. An oil change was reportedly performed in 2019.
Power is sent to the rear or all four wheels through a four-speed manual transmission and a dual-range transfer case. Additional photos of the underside and suspension are presented in the gallery below.
Service and refurbishment records are included with the truck, as are a reprinted owner’s manual and a repair guide. Drive by, start up, and walk around videos can be viewed below.
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