1971 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ-55 with a Cummins 6BT 5.9L diesel engine. (12 valve) Located in Northwest Arkansas It's a manual 5-speed transmission. It has a spring-over-axle conversion to accommodate the new engine and so it also has new shock absorbers and new steering linkages. The front seat has been re-upholstered to brand new condition and the back seat is okay. The headliner is also brand new. The gauges work fine, as does the power rear window. Asking $9,000 or Best Offer firstname.lastname@example.org (479 202-4301) I'm selling it because I have a cooler Land Cruiser, and because I'm leaving the country for a while. It was my plan since I bought it to fix it up and sell. Some of you saw my threads about buying it and fixing it up. Sorry I didn't keep up the build thread but I've been extremely busy with a lot of projects and just kept forgetting about the forum :frown: I've fixed, re-wired, installed, and welded on it to the point that it is now 100% working and safe to drive. I re-upholstered the front seat and installed new seat belts, fixed the headliner, bought new shocks then welded on new shock mounts, installed new steering, a new cooling fan, a new speedo, re-wired the gauges, and a hundred little things more. I really appreciate all the help and great info I've found here along the way.