1988 FJ62

SOLD $30,000.00 

The Land Cruiser Heritage Museum is offering an opportunity for a Land Cruiser enthusiast to purchase a vehicle currently in the museum's collection. Offered for sale is a 1988 US market FJ62, manufactured in August of 1987.

The exterior is 4G8 Gold and appears to be original on the horizontal panels. The hood and roof have most likely been painted at some point. The body panels are straight except for a few minor scratches and parking lot dings. There is no apparent rust in the body and no visible indication of rust or collision repairs. The glass is intact and in good condition. The left tail lens is cracked. The odometer shows 153,539 miles and is thought to be actual but there is no record available to confirm it. 

The interior is brown and in very good over-all condition. The driver's seat bottom cover is not torn in the typical manner and has likely been repaired. The dash pad has some cracking around the speaker grille. The radio is original. The front door speakers have been replaced.

The chassis has very minor surface rust where bare metal is exposed. There is a recent Old Man Emu Dakar suspension. The tires are 2019-dated BFG All Terrain T/A K02 in 32x11.50x15 on factory chrome steel spoke wheels. There is a non-matching spare tire.

The powertrain consists of a 3FE engine with an A440 automatic transmission. The transfer case is a Toyota split case. The axles appear to be original and exhibit little rust. The vehicle is equipped with power steering, power brakes, power antenna, power locks, power mirrors, power windows and R134 air conditioning. The right rear door glass is loose and may have become separated from the regulator. The exhaust system has been recently replaced. 

This is a remarkably rust-free example. Persons familiar with FJ60s and FJ62s will be pleasantly surprised when they look under it. 

The vehicle is offered at $30,000 and can be inspected at the museum during regular business hours. Contact Dan Busey at 505-615-5470 or email .