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This 1976 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 is finished in beige over black vinyl and powered by a 4.2-liter inline-six paired with a four-speed manual transmission and a two-speed transfer case. Additional equipment includes aftermarket bumpers, tow hooks, recovery points, a receiver hitch, Old Man Emu shocks, manually locking front hubs, aftermarket air conditioning, and a Bluetooth-capable stereo with auxiliary inputs. The truck previously spent time in California and Arizona and was acquired by the owner in 2021. This FJ40 is now offered in MS with manufacturers literature, partial service records, and a clean title.
The truck was finished from the factory in Dune Beige (416) and is said to have been repainted under prior ownership. Features include a white roof, aftermarket bumpers, front tow hooks and recovery points, a winch mounting plate, LED turn signals and side markers, a receiver hitch, and a swing-out rear carrier housing a cooler, and a spare wheel and tire. The door and windshield weather stripping was replaced in 2018 along with several other exterior trim items.
White 15 steel wheels with chrome hubcaps wear 3310.5 BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires, and manually locking Warn hubs are fitted up front. The truck is equipped with Old Man Emu shocks and leaf spring extension shackles.
The cabin features seats that have been re-upholstered in black vinyl with matching door panels and vinyl floor coverings. Appointments include a period-style aftermarket air conditioning unit, a dash-mounted AM radio, and a Tuffy locking center console housing a Bluetooth-capable stereo with auxiliary inputs. The rear cargo area contains inward-facing jump seats for two.
A three-spoke steering wheel frames a 100-mph speedometer as well as gauges for oil pressure, fuel level, coolant temperature, and amperage. The five-digit odometer shows 67k miles, 100 of which were added by the selling dealer. Total mileage is unknown.
The carbureted 4.2-liter 2F inline-six sends power to the rear or all four wheels through a four-speed manual transmission and a two-speed transfer case. The cooling system was serviced in 2016 when the rear main seal, front transmission seal, and clutch components were also replaced.