752 mi (1210 km)
1973 Toyota FJ40 finished in Pastel Orange and Beige with an Orange and Beige interior. Odometer shows 752 miles. Powered by a 327c.i. V8 Chevrolet engine and backed by a 3-speed manual transmission. This Toyota features many new parts and upgrades to make it even more versatile than it already is. Now it's ready for an everyday drive or a road trip through the mountains. Either way, you won't want to miss this one.Equipment on this FJ40 consists of an Edelborck intake, HEI Ignition, Rear-Exiting Dual Exhaust with Glass Packs, XRC 9500-lb Winch with Wired Remote Controller, Gabriel Shocks and Struts, Color Matching Hardtop, Hella Fog Lights, Undercoated and Sealed Body, Power Windscreen Wipers, Heater with Windscreen Defrost, Cabin Air Switch, 4-Wheel Drive Transfer Case, Trailer Light Hookups, Adjustable driver and passenger Seats, Warn Locking Hubs, Power Drum Brakes, Slotted Mags with 31-inch Toyo Open Country Tires, Rear-Mounted Full-Size Spare Tire, Rear Roll Cage, Speedway GM Wiring Harness, Full Instrumentation, Flip-Up Sunroof, Collapsible Windscreen, Orange Vinyl Upholstery with Tan Tweed Inserts, Side-Folding Rear Jump Seats, Pioneer Head Unit, Pioneer Speakers, New Water Pump, New Crankshaft and Bearings, New 10 Clutch and Plate with Resurfaced Flywheel, New Pilot Bearing and Throw-Out Bearing, New Wheel Cylinders, New Master Cylinder, New Gauge Set and Sensors, New Exhaust Pipes, and a New Steering Center Arm Bushing.The Toyota Land Cruiser is about as timeless as they come, having been introduced to the market in 1951 with continued production into the present. In an age where SUVs have grown substantially larger, the small FJ40 is a hot commodity at car events and high-profile auctions. The FJs have gained iconic status seemingly overnight, to the point where an all-original FJ40 can bring as much money as a recognizable classic muscle car.Constructed atop a semi-elliptical leaf spring suspension system, the FJ40 models remind people of an age where a truck was easy to drive, easy to fix, and rugged. While the FJ40 is small compared to today's compact SUVs, it's arguably tougher and without a doubt more versatile. They make a credible option for anyone considering a classic car or truck. This example shows in amazing condition and pops with its orange color. Upgrades make this SUV that much more capable to be an everyday driver and last for years to come.For more information on this 1974 Toyota FJ40, or any of our 100+ High-Performance, Exotic, Collectible and Special Interest Cars always in stock, please contact one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales consultants or always feel free to drop by our Bellevue, WA Park Place Ltd campus - where we have over 40,000 sq ft of indoor showrooms filled with the finest cars. As part of the Park Place Motor Group family, which includes Park Place Aston Martin and Lotus of Bellevue, we always have 200+ High-Performance, Luxury, Exotic, Sports, and Special Interest Cars always in our inventory. Nobody Has What We Have!