SOLD ‘86 FJ60 for your 100/LX

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Vehicle Model
  1. 60 Series
United States
I bought this FJ60 a month ago from the LandCruiser Marketplace FB page and had it transported from Texas to Mississippi. Life has happened (3rd baby on the way) and circumstances warrant me making some changes. My wife and I decided a 100/LX would suit our growing family’s needs much better than this 60. I love this truck already, so it hurts to do this. The previous owner put a lot of love and hard work into bringing it back to life. They know my situation and support it. Not flipping the truck since looking for a trade. That said, I’m looking for a straight trade title for title. My 60 for your 100. Located in Mississippi.

Details on the truck below:

1986 Toyota FJ60 Land Cruiser
This truck runs and drives great! It has a flat tan Patina looking paint job, with minor dings and tiny surface rust. Below is a list of work and accessories that have been added to the truck over the last five years. The truck currently has 258k miles.

Inline 6 cylinder
4 speed transmission
BFG’s 33X10.5-15 - brand new spare
OME HD lift springs/shocks/bushings
Upgraded end-links and shackles
New tired rods and ends
Front axel kit
Brake pads
Wheel cylinders
Master cylinder
Power brake booster and hoses
New starter (rebuilt)
New carb (Aisin style)
Davis DUI distributer
H4 headlights
New battery
Seats reupholstered
Dash cap
New LED dome lights and covers
Jensen HD heavy duty radio and satellite radio
Custom mount CB
Euro mirrors
4x4 labs rear bumper w/ spare tire carrier
High lift jack
Warn winch
ARB roof rack (tent and awning stay with me)
Original tool set
Original owners manual

1st pic is from my driveway sitting next to my 4Runner that I have to sell as well. The other pics are from the person I bought it from a month ago. I’ll get some updated pics today if you’re interested. Will upload undercarriage pics.





I've got a 99 100 series, aprox 208,000 miles decent shape






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