For Sale 1968 FJ45 Toyota land cruiser , Engine F2 restore new (3,000 miles) (1 Viewer)

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Condition:Used Year: 1968
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): FJ4527034 Mileage: 3,000
Transmission: Manual Make: Toyota
Body Type: Crew Cab Pickup Model:FJ 45 Cruiser
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty Engine: original F2
Vehicle Title: Clear Drive Type: 4WD
Options: 4-Wheel Drive Fuel Type: Gasoline
Sub Model: FJ45 long bed For Sale By: Private Seller
Exterior Color: White Disability Equipped: No
Interior Color: Black Drive Side: Left-hand drive
Number of Cylinders: 6
$18,999

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Rainman

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Um... '68 didn't come with a 2F engine, how can it be original... But then again, that's not a 2F rocker cover either. Wish I was a buyer but just not right now.
 

whitey45

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Experts say it’s 68? Who are these experts? Production ended in 67 in the us. Seen this on eBay for months, at least the price is correct now!
 

RockDoc

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What's with photoshopping the license plate into the front photos? Not to mention drilling through such a nice looking tailgate to mount the rear plate.... rich aroma...
 

3_puppies

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I think @wdukes would be close enough by to take a look, knowing him, he'd probably buy it, if it's real. surprised he hasn't sniffed it out already.

Vin number puts it in the mid to late 67 production
there was a 45 in Butte a few years ago that was titled as a 68, maybe it sold late?? that was the reason for me asking about where it came from.
I tried to buy it back then but it was an iffy sale as it was left at the repair shop, and the shop wasn't the owner.
 

RockDoc

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First plate isn’t photoshopped, it’s a bent mount.
Maybe... I've looked at the pics in the first link MOTOV8ER posted a couple times, and the perspective of that plate looks off. Maybe the plate is twisted in addition to the bent mount.... wide angle lens distortion... just looks off to me.
 
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I use PS every day for work (unfortunately) so I’m quite certain. I checked it on a very high quality display that cost more than my first land cruiser (also unfortunate). I see what you’re saying though, it’s definitely tricky looking.
 

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