No wonder I can't buy a rolling rot box for $1500 anymore. People see ads like this and think that rot box they have sitting behind the barn for 30 years is worth $10k
Buy this project and give it a good home.
Complete OEM drive line
Engine turns over, no known issues with drive line
Rear frame area will need some attention
Did have a plow so there are some brackets welded to the front frame that you will want to remove for sure...
UPDATE: SEE LINK AT BOTTOM
I have parted out the bulk of my '85 FJ60, and what I have left for sale is
a pretty solid (definitely workable) body shell, on a
good frame (surface rust only, from what I could find), with
front and rear complete axles
Below are general photos of what I have...
I have an FJ40 rolling chassis with f145 motor, 3 speed, and all other drivetrain. The tub needs help as seen in pix (has had some previous rust repair and the drivers floor was taken out) and the front clip is missing. I do have some parts such as a hood, windshield, etc that could be made...
1979 FJ40 rolling chassis. What you see is what you get. It is sprung over and the front shackles have been reversed. It has the mounting plate welded in for Saginaw power steering. The front axle is disc brakes and the rear is drum. There are mounts welded in for a SBC 350 and 700R4...
Early 70s fj55 rolling chassis for sale.
Location: Royston Ga, 30 min N. of Athens.
Fj60 wheels, driveshafts,
some brake lines,
Front Bumper ends
Price: $1000 obo
I also have a tailgate gear/motor/window panel I'd sell
***SOLD**** Rolling chassis with pretty hammered body and no engine/trans. Axles are complete, and you get the ECU, wiring, switch etc. There are probably a few other good parts in the mix. I'm keeping the wheels and tires, but will put some donors on there to get it on your trailer. Comes...
Still cleaning house here- today it's a pre-smog 1973 FJ40. It's been sitting since Nirvana was still around it had and still has some of a 3 speed transmission and an F engine. We aren't warranting that they are anything but firmly attached to the frame and heavy. As for the body the pictures...