SOLD 1986 FJ60 SoCal (1 Viewer)

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93536 Lancaster California, United States
Hello everyone,
I'm helping a buddy of mine sell his outstanding 1986 FJ60. He admits he's not much of a computer/website guy and aske me to help him list his cruiser. I've seen some nice 60's, but this is the nicest one I've ever seen in person. Here's what he has to say about his cruiser:

My 1986 Toyota Land Cruiser

I am the original owner of the cruiser and it had four miles on it when I bought it. I live in the high desert of Southern California and it has been garaged all of its life. The cruiser has never been in an accident and there is not rust on it.
I love my cruiser, but physically I can no longer enjoy it as I have had knee replacement surgery. I do drive my cruiser occasionally, but it has not been driven much within the past ten years due to knee pain I get. No one else in the family drives it.
I am an A.S.E Master Tech and have done all the work and service on my cruiser since I bought it. The oil is changed every 5,000 miles and has always been serviced and well taken care of.
In the last three months I have completely gone through my cruiser as listed below. My wish is that someone would purchase, drive, and love my cruiser as much as I do. It has been my love for 35 years and I just hope someone will enjoy it as much as I have.

1986 Toyota Land Cruiser 146,000 miles
Work done from 1/18/2021 thru 3/1/2021

Remove all four helper springs
Replace front shocks
Replace rear shocks
Replace stabilizer shock
Headrests reupholstered
Door panels reupholstered
Powder coated skid plates
Replace all 4 tires…only 500 miles on them
Replace battery
Replace front brakes
Replace all belts
Replace rear main seal
Replace oil pan gasket
Replace clutch assembly and attaching parts
Replace oil and oil filter shell Rotelo T 15/40 WT
Replace tranny and differential gear oil 90 WT
Replace all exhaust system. New CAT and muffler
Replace exhaust J pipe and attaching parts
Surface manifolds and replace all gaskets
Installed new hear riser shield
Replace air horn gasket and air cleaner hose
Replace gas filler
Replace air pump hose
Replace radiator and fan assembly
Flush and refill cooling system with Toyota antifreeze
Replace PVC valve and grommet
Adjust valves
Replace valve cover gasket and nut grommets
Replace spark plugs
Replace ignition wires and distributor cap and rotor
Replace BVSV valve
Replace all lug nuts and rethreaded all studs
Align front end

Asking $34,000

Video links:
March 13, 2021 - https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=B2V4jgwiX4Q

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Max.Powerzz

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That is a stunning rig. You might consider posting on bring a trailer, I'll bet you'd get lots of bites there.
 

studawg

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I looked into that, but they want to set to low of a reserve price.
How about Cars and Bids? Did you look into them? They seem to be up and coming and attracting lots of people. Its Doug Demuro's creation.


That is an amazing FJ60!
 
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Nope, they were powder coated....but thanx for your positive input. Try reading the description before commenting.
Thank you for pointing out that I should read the description with your curt response. I think my reading comprehension skills are good. You note that the skid plates were powder coated, nowhere do you mention the frame in your description. So now you claim the frame was powder coated as well? Good job!
 
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Thank you for pointing out that I should read the description with your curt response. I think my reading comprehension skills are good. You note that the skid plates were powder coated, nowhere do you mention the frame in your description. So now you claim the frame was powder coated as well? Good job!
Hey man, you're the one who's coming on here with you smart ass reply saying the thing is painted with spray paint. I can assure you it is not, and I never said it the frame was powder coated. I'm trying to present a really nice cruiser here and as usual there has to be that one guy who knows it all...smh.
 
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Thanx to everyone who has looked at the cruiser and I'm happy to say we have a deposit on it from a fine gentlemen from Texas. He's coming out this way next Sunday to finalize the deal. So, at this point I will hold off on answering any questions.
 

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