For Sale 1969 FJ40 - Redondo Beach, CA (1 Viewer)

Year
1969
Vehicle Model
  1. 40 Series
Location
Redondo Beach, California United States

Show up at his place at your own risk! 😜


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I guess Leroy Brown = 7schulz (MUD member)


 
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Actually, I posted an Ad in Redondo Beach to try and find the original owner since that is where I was told it originally came from and the key tag that came with it was from a shop in Redondo Beach. I was looking for some early life pictures, info, etc. It kept getting flagged for not having something for sale.
I do have it listed in Indianapolis. It has come a very long way from when I got it. I’m not Leroy, don’t know what that is about. Appears the ad is gone also...
Either way the price is what it would take to buy it. I’m not finding another original rust free, SoCal cruiser in Spring Green for sale anywhere in the country... BAT will tell us all what it’s worth when I’m finished putting all the original parts back together on it.

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I also fitted up the original FST doors this weekend. It took a monumental amount of effort to find those. For those that looked at this in Mammoth, you know none of these parts, doors or bows, came with this rig. Finding original spring green FST hinges, practically unobtanium, like the Vader light and the eyelets for the door straps.
 
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Here’s the real link.
LOL, this took on a life of its own. Maybe the original owner was bad, bad Leroy Brown, and he was coming back for his old ride.

Facebook Marketplace is full of sooo many strange ads..... I’ve come across sooo many people trying to sell things, that don’t really seem to be interested in actually selling them.
 
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I’d love to catch up with the original owner, this probably has a great story behind it. I’m told the original family took it up to Big Bear to use at their ranch/cabin. My goal all along was to put this back to as close to original and preserve the history of it with all of its character. So many of these either rust out or are “restored” questionably I would add. This has uncut rear fender lips, original steps with trim ring, all the metal is as solid as the day it rolled off the assembly line in July of 69, original Vader light. Everyone is amazed at its condition. It’s a time capsule and everyone in the local Indiana LC club thinks it’s listed too low and they are the ones who have seen this running/driving in person.
 
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