For Sale 1980 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ41 RHD Diesel (1 Viewer)

Dec 7, 2018
Las Vegas, NV
United States
Up for sale is my 1980 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ41. It is right hand drive, imported legally from Japan almost two years ago. I have a Nevada title for it, and have had plates on it and insurance here in Nevada. It will pass diesel smog but of course it doesn't have to because of the age.

Make: Toyota
Model: Land Cruiser BJ41
Year: 1980
Engine: 2B Toyota Diesel 4cyl 3.2L non turbo
Miles: 130k km so about 80k miles
Drive: Right hand
Transmission: 4 Speed Manual
Drivetrain: 4X4
Transfer Case: 2wd Hi/Lo + 4wd Hi/Lo
Tires: 33" off brand mud Terrains

The engine starts and runs perfectly every time, the transmission shifts very well and has a relatively new clutch. Just replaced the radiator with a brand new 3 core one. I just recently finished replacing all of the gaskets in the engine due to a leaking head gasket. But I'm just out of time and money with this truck and it needs to go to a new owner. I have a bunch of aftermarket parts too, it's sitting on the stock 40 series axles right now but i have a full set of functional 70 series axles as well (JDM as well, very hard to acquire here in the states). These axles are a 4.10 ratio, have E Lockers front and rear, E hubs, and according to multiple land cruiser enthusiasts are approx the equivalent strength of Dana 44s. They need to have the mount locations moved and new brakes but besides that they're good to go. Includes the wiring and everything. Also have a whole bunch of other parts that go with this truck like 60 series leaf packs, extra filters, etc. Includes a pretty worn out bestop soft top with full and half doors (cold definitely use some new fabric on the doors). Brand new pro comp shocks all the way around. No hard top or hard doors.

I won't lie, this truck is from the coast and has a lot of rust on it. It's kind of a forgotten project that's been sitting around in my garage for a long time. She needs someone who's going to love her and do a resto mod. I would love to keep her but selling would be more economical and give her a better chance of finding a good home. At this point I know I'm not going to get out of it what I have put into it (~11k or so), so make me an offer. I currently have it listed for $8k but I would be willing to entertain offers. If you have any questions let me know. I don't answer phone calls from numbers I don't know, but leave me a message and I'll call you back.






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