If you're looking for a reliable, young in spirit, traveling buddy (rig) that you can customize for any kind of camping and recreation, this might be your thing. Or, if you want to use it more as it is and make it into a utility truck (plumbing, electrical, welding, etc.), that would be easy...
This is to record the fine overhaul of Peter’s Australian issue HJ47 cab chassis, ute. It had been modified by previous owner, fitted with auxiliary tank and non specific double battery and some crazy mess of wiring.
The body is 90% rust free with a few rust spots to be managed.
We are going to...
Have a brand new roof rubber/weather strip for a FJ45 or HJ47 ute/pick-up for sale: Part #63313-90303. Bought it w/o reading the label (oh well), apparently, that it was not for a troopy so can't use it. It was purchased from AllFourx4 Spares in Australia but I'm in the U.S. Cost from $200...
I was planning on building this land cruiser UTE but plans have changed. It has 140k miles which is pretty low for the 1HZ. It does have AC and dual fuel tanks, drives great. Chassis and all around looks solid with no rust. send me a PM if interested in more information. SOLD
1975 FJ45 Toyota Land Cruiser
California Title in hand.
Original motor with 57350 miles. Rebuilt 2F gas engine
Fully restored with new interior, new paint, new bed, new wheels and tires. Fun driver, ready to win car shows.
Run and drives great.
Serious callers only.
Does anyone know what this flap/hole is? On my HJ47 ute I hear it flapping open and closed sometimes. I can reach up under the dash and into the hole, there's a metal door/flap inside it..
Trying to eliminate heat coming into the passenger-side footwell and wondering if it has anything to do...
1975 FJ45 Landcruiser RHD Ute that has been converted to an extend/extra cab.
Full description on ebay: Toyota : Land Cruiser Crew Cab Pickup
This is near the OR/WA border in Kelso, WA. Can be shipped anywhere of course.
More pictures here:
1975 Toyota FJ45 Ute Thing AU150375 by...
I have always wanted one, and everyone seems to have good stories of growing up doing some crazy missions in these old girls-so I wanted one to enjoy too!
The ute will be useful, and slowly building it up will be a learning process, and my form of "therapy".