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1984 Toyota Landcruiser GX FJ60 FJ62 4X4 Land Rover Jeep Gelandewagen

For sale: 1984 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60 GX

Technical specifications

Item location:
Dixon, New Mexico, United States
Land Cruiser
Land Cruiser FJ60
Engine size:
2F Inline 6 cylinder
Number of cylinders:
Power options:
Air Conditioning
Drive type:
Interior color:
4-Wheel Drive, Cassette Player
Vehicle Title:
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This listing is for two Toyota FJ60 Land Cruiser wagons-one is a 1984 model year daily driver and the other is a 1987 model year and is included for spare parts or, as with the interior, to sell or use in another Cruiser. The Beautiful Vintage 1984 Toyota Landcruiser FJ60 is a living testament to the legendary durability and timeless beauty of Landcruiser design and engineering. Originally sold at the American Toyota dealership in Albuquerque, New Mexico it has been owned by two families in New Mexico and South Africa that have taken very good care of it and have utilized it to its full potential. I have a photocopy of the original title issued in 1984. Despite having nearly 373,000 miles! on it it is still in daily driver condition-miles are increasing daily as it is my daily driver. It comes with the original owner's manual, touchup paint, and inspection light. The paint, moldings, chrome, bumpers, and trim are all original. The original carpet is still installed, but it is torn some in the rear cargo area. In the passenger compartment, the carpet is in good shape, if a little faded from the sun. There is no rust, although the original 33 year old paint is getting thin in spots, which is giving it a beautiful patina. The dashboard has a crack. The window crank handles are missing the rotating knobs at the end of them. The AC has been retrofitted to R-134A, the hose under the battery tray has a slow leak, so right now the AC does not work and would need a recharge. There is also an oil leak from the power steering reservoir. The cylinder head gasket was recently replaced, the head was rebuilt, and a new radiator was installed. There is an engine oil leak-was going to rebuild and reseal the second engine included in the silver parts FJ60 (pictured) that is offered for sale along with this one in the listing. The second cruiser has just over 247,000 miles and was running strong until the head gasket went out on it. It has blue interior, which is in really good shape, and can be sold off to pay for the expense of owning a second spare parts Landcruiser full of all sorts of mechanical parts available for use on the tan Landcruiser to keep it running strong another 370,000 miles. The second cruiser has no title and no keys-both lost-and is being sold as is for spare parts. Its AC system is still fully intact and it still has freon in it. I was going to take off the A/C hoses and install them on the tan Cruiser. The transmission, differentials, axles, transfer case, power steering, steering gear, and frame are all in good shape. The only problems it has are the corrosion in the usual quarter panel spots, and the head is off the engine. The carburetor is good for a rebuild unit, and the emissions control parts are present for both trucks. The idle circuit on the carb in the tan FJ60 is acting up some and sometimes the truck dies out when it's hot. But it always easily restarts. The silver FJ60 is the 1987. Both are offered as-is where is, with no warranty stated or implied. These are vintage trucks and together you can restore the tan beauty, sell off some of the silver one, and get a good deal if you want to put in some sweat equity. That was my plan and I made some progress, but, alas, my plans have changed and I need something better on fuel as I drive over 25,000 miles a year. I will work with the buyer and hold the trucks as long as you need. The silver one is a tow away, as stated previously-no keys and the engine is partially disassembled. Both trucks have the original wheels and the 1984 even has the original rear hub caps and mud flaps. The tan truck can drive anywhere and is really fun to drive. It also has new 31X1050X15 MasterCraft Courser tires that have less than 3,000 miles on them. Either way, shipping is the buyer's responsibility. I will hold the trucks as long as needed and facilitate pick up by a shipper or by the buyer. Would prefer to sell both Cruisers together, but will consider selling one or the other. If you're interested, make an offer. I happen to think the asking price is fair, considering the 1984 requires only freshening up and upholstery on the front seats to be restored, other than some other interior touches and some minor mechanical stuff, and would be a $15,000 to $20,000 truck once complete, and the parts on the '87 are worth quite a bit, considering some are hard to find, and a lot of the interior is in good condition. With a second truck you could rebuild the engine while driving the first and when complete install the engine and be good to go.

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