Toyota

1980 FJ40

Toyota

1980 FJ40

According to the included documentation, this FJ40 was sold new to its Venezuela-based owner in December 1980 and was later imported to the US. Per the included Barrett-Jackson description, the vehicle underwent a complete restoration utilizing Genuine Toyota parts circa 2017. The current owner acquired the vehicle via a Barrett-Jackson auction in 2019. It is… Continue reading 1980 FJ40

According to the included documentation, this FJ40 was sold new to its Venezuela-based owner in December 1980 and was later imported to the US. Per the included Barrett-Jackson description, the vehicle underwent a complete restoration utilizing Genuine Toyota parts circa 2017. The current owner acquired the vehicle via a Barrett-Jackson auction in 2019. It is being sold on consignment through the listing dealer. Modifications appear to be limited to retractable seat belts, and it is noted that the radio is currently inoperative. The original purchase documents, a Venezuela registration, hard doors, soft-top, and factory owner’s manual are included.

The FJ40-series Land Cruiser was launched in 1960. Thanks to simple body-on-frame construction, reasonable dimensions, and a back-to-basics approach in terms of interior and drivetrain, the FJ40 was very competitive in the marketplace. Over the years the Land Cruiser has earned a reputation for incredible reliability and near-indestructibility. That reputation has helped make the FJ40 and its derivatives very popular among off-roaders as well as for military applications. Production carried through 2001 for the Brazilian market, despite ROW production ending in 1984.

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