For Sale Angwin, CA - FJ45 Crawler on Tons (5 Viewers)

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Angwin, CA
Selling my 1966 FJ 45 Toyota rock crawler to make room for a new build. Rig is in perfect condition, it has run Fordyce and Rubicon without issue, only scratches on the rig are wheels / diffs. Full frame off restoration, frame 100% powder coated. Motor runs strong and was new from Summit, Orion transfer case direct from Advanced Adapters. Entire build might have 5,000 miles on it. Rig was a passion project and was a lot of fun to build but need to make space in the shop. Rig was built cutting no corners. Paint is perfect and was done during the restoration. This is a one of a kind FJ 45 in great shape that can drive down the highway and hit the trail. Very fun hybrid between a fully restored 45 and a very capable rock crawler.

Can also call / text 707-481-7053

Located in Angwin, California 94508

Asking $72,000

Body / Frame
Frame - original FJ 45
Bed - 2” DOM 120 wall
Cage - 2” DOM 120 wall
Wheelbase - 118”
Overall length - 191”
Overall height - 86”

Powertrain
Chevy performance 350 with aluminum heads
Howell throttle body fuel injection
Dual optima batteries (yellow and red)
3” exhaust
SM 465 Transmission
Advanced Adapters Orion 4:1 transfer case
Dynatrac Prorock 60 high pinion front, 456 gears
Dynatrac Prorock 60 rear end, 456 gears
Driveshafts have 1350 yokes front and rear
Disc brakes front and rear
BFG Blue Label Krawlers, 39.5 x 13.50 r 17
Trail ready beadlock wheels - 17”

Suspension
Old man emu front and rear springs
Fox 2.0 remote reservoir shocks, front and rear
ARB front and rear lockers
CTV front axle shafts
Power steering with PSC hydro assist

Body / Interior
30” Rigid light bar
Rigid cube lights
Rock lights
Warn 9.5XP winch
Alpine stereo

Other
Spare full size tire
Spare rear drive line
Baja basket
Center lock box
Full FJ 45 top (not painted) all glass
Full FJ 45 bed with tailgate (not painted)
Original doors
ARB compressor
Front bumper is an air tank
Speedway seats
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