Right-Level Resto Mod: 1971 Toyota FJ40

We like everything about this FJ resto mod: from the PPG paint to the 3.9 liter Cummins diesel and everything in between. It looks like an incredibly solid build while not being over the top or too nice to use. No doubt this rig is beyond our budget, but we like its usability and stock look over some other "iconic" vehicles.

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A Shiny Pig: 1971 Toyota FJ55

These FJ55 "Iron Pigs" are somewhat hard to find in the US due to a double whammy of unloved design and tendency to rust away to nothing. This one has a SBC which can sometimes be a dicey proposition, but we have some faith in anyone who has such neat labels for their underhood electrical connections.

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Best of Both Worlds: 1983 Toyota Land Cruiser Diesel

This 1983 Land Cruiser left Toyota City, Japan with a 2F gas engine and headed to the Western Hemisphere. 7 or 8 years later (we assume) an 80 series left Japan with a 1HD-T turbo diesel and headed to either South Africa or Australia. Somehow, 25 years later, this Land Cruiser met up with the 1HD-T motor and are now together on offer for sale in Oregon. Is this the Trans-Pacific Partnership at work?

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Clean Cruiser: 1985 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60

The seller of this 1985 FJ60 is a Land Cruiser enthusiast and needs to thin out his herd of 4x4's a bit. This no reserve auction could be a good chance to pick up a clean, high-ish mileage FJ that has some interesting options and additions.

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24 Hours From Execution: 1983 Toyota FJ60

This good looking FJ60 is unfortunately caught in the middle of a divorce and the seller would just as soon cut it in half and deliver "her half in steel." Moto Roster hopes that cooler heads prevail and wanted to see if we can help.

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Gas is Cheap Again, Right? 1989 Toyota Land Cruiser

February 01, 2016 fj, toyota, land cruiser

There's not much to write about here other than to ask whether this is the cleanest FJ62 currently for sale in the country, and how far above our bid it will sell for.

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