1984 FJ60


The Land Cruiser Heritage Museum is offering a rare opportunity for a Land Cruiser enthusiast to purchase a vehicle currently in the museum’s collection. Offered for sale is a 1984 US market FJ60, manufactured in September of 1983.

The body is sound with no visible evidence of rust or prior rust repair. There is no visible current damage, visible evidence of prior collision repair or panel replacements. The vehicle was repainted the original metallic blue quite some time ago and that finish has faded uniformly much like the original paint was prone to do. If it was not for masking signs on some of the trim and a few spots of visible over-spray, the finish looks much like faded original paint. The exterior glass, lamps and trim are in over-all very good condition. The glass is OEM except for the windshield, which is a PPG-marked replacement. The front bumper has a slight ding and a scuff on the right plastic end. The gasket bases for the front side marker lamps are deteriorated as is often encountered, and the radio antenna has been replaced with a short flexible rubber unit. The odometer shows 114,349 miles.

The overall interior condition is very good to excellent except for some minor tearing of the vertical vinyl on the outside edge of the driver’s seat bottom cushion. This is very typical of Toyota seats from this era. The instrument panel and dash are in excellent condition. There is a Sony XRC5300X head unit that has been fitted without visible cutting of the dash. There is a Sony CDX737 10-disc CD changer in the cargo area and the overall installation is clean and looks professional. The carpet is uniform in color and clean for the age.

The chassis is clean with little surface rust in bare places. There are no apparent fluid leaks apart from the typical spray pattern cast-off by spinning driveshafts and minor seepage on the steering knuckles and tie rod ends. The engine compartment is intact with emission controls present. The washer jars are also intact. Good washer jars are difficult to find.

The powertrain consists of a 2F engine, 4-speed manual transmission and a 2-speed transfer case. Features include air conditioning, power steering and tilt steering wheel.

This would make a great driver as-is and would be very easy to restore.

The vehicle is offered at $28,000.00 and can be inspected at the museum during regular business hours. Contact Dan Busey at 505-615-5470 or email .