craigslist 1978 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser Blue Bed liner Norfolk (1 Viewer)

oakweb

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1978 Toyota FJ40 4x4 Land Cruiser, 4speed manual, w/ manual locking hubs, fresh rebuilt Toyota 4.2-litre 2F I6 professionally done with receipts, new carb, new starter, new distributor, new clutch, new bucket seats, fresh professionally rebuilt rear differential, many other new parts, good tread on tires, fresh lube all around. Power brakes, manual steering (manual Saginaw conversion). Needs minor adjustments here and there, some gauges inop, Texas truck, (purchased from Gas Monkey Garage in Dallas, TX), no rust on frame, small repaired rust hole in floor pan. Truck body was professionally sprayed with rhino-type coating, bedliner, looks good. Coating can be removed. Great FJ in great condition, I just have no room for it and hate to see it sit around. 20,000 invested, asking 17,900 obo.

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oakweb

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That bedliner is a damn shame. Completely ruins the rig.
I've got one that's like that, I admit I'm pretty bummed I went that way. If I was going to do it again, I'd do a flat color like my Defender. For now I'm looking for a Blue one with original patina to build up. For the price though, it could be a fun driver for someone, and at least it looks like smurf blue.
 

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Has anyone tried to remove bedliner material from a truck? It's definitely made to not come off easy.
 
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oakweb

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Heat gun and a scrapper. It sucks.
I guess anything is possible if you do it yourself. But that's a huge scale of a job, on exterior. It's easier to buy a tub at some point. I have a Jeep JK with the coating, but it's done by Starwood. I love it, I never have to wash it and it's been out in the Vegas sun for 5 years and still looks new. But when I tried another company on my FJ, it's not the same. Starwood motors (and some others) know how to do it very well.

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I thought bedliner was only out on the interior. It can be on the exterior too??

Check out Starwood Motors stuff, they were the first ones to really do a exterior that was nice. The FJ in my picture is what happens when someone takes like LineX and then paints it... not great. Then the Jeep is not, it's smooth and I get compliments all the time on it.

 

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