For sale 1968 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser Austin TX

Discussion in 'Other' started by losercharles, Jan 4, 2019.

  1. losercharles

    losercharles Why do we work so hard to retire?

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    The short - Located in Austin TX:1968 FJ40 with original 1F engine and 3 speed transmission. Floor shift Asking $13500.
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    I bought as a solid runner while my '67 is under restoration. Truck is truly that - a great running vehicle to enjoy as is. A bit of rust showing in the tub, specifically the driver rocker panel and the rear sill cover. Brand new 33x10 BFG tires purchased December 2018. White paint is a re-paint under prior ownership. A dark green shows through at some wear spots on the interior. Has some funky after market bumpers so not original. Leaks oil when parked, but overall a solid early 40. Warn winch

    I picked up this 40 out of Fort Worth, since then my girlfriend and I decided to get married and the idea of combining my 8 registered vehicles with her own pair would be a bit much for the new home we build together.

    It's a 50+ year old truck so it rattles but will drive down the highway at 65-70 with no problem. Happy to answer any questions
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  2. losercharles

    losercharles Why do we work so hard to retire?

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    Interior photos added
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  3. Ride!

    Ride! Adventurer

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    How about trading for a sweet KTM 1190r? It’ll fit in the corner of the garage....or the living room as it’s CLEAN!
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  4. losercharles

    losercharles Why do we work so hard to retire?

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    If my small stature would allow a KTM I’d already own one. Unfortunately at 5’3” I had to ride low suspension BMWs and Harleys
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  5. ridingkiwi

    ridingkiwi Adventurer

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    How about a nice low Bimota db4 with 600 Mls on it?
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  6. Sancho Panza

    Sancho Panza Super Black Eagle

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    Stupid question: Where's the 4x4 shifter?
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  7. emmodg

    emmodg Been here awhile

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    What hub locks are those?

    The lever is under the dash on some '68's if I'm not mistaken....
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  8. losercharles

    losercharles Why do we work so hard to retire?

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    You are correct, the 4wd is under the dash, just right side of the steering wheel

    Hubs are old Dualmatic cam and lever hubs.

    Not interested in trading. I’ve got too many toys at this point.

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  9. losercharles

    losercharles Why do we work so hard to retire?

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