For Sale Still For Sale: Built Streetable FJ40 Crawler Tons of goodies, great condition

May 24, 2016
Memphis TN
Vehicle Model
40 Series
Tennessee, United States
Was really hoping I didn’t have to do this. Due to COVID and expenses that are popping up this year, we can no longer keep Lee Majors. 2020 is the absolute worst.
1976 FJ40
-full family cage tied to the frame
-metal tech front bumper/stinger
-warn 8274 with new cable
-LED headlights and forward light bar
-strong running fj60 2f. Does 70mph on highway
-AFI fuel injection
-front and rear disc brake conversion
-hydro assist with crossover steering
-front axle is cut and turned
-OG longfield axles 4.88 gears
-new ARB locker in front with new compressor
- front end stretched 6 inches with fj60 rear springs
-Orion 4:1 transfer case H42 4 speed trans
-belly skid plate
-sliders welded to frame
-TJ rear bench seat
-rear converted to tailgate and hatch
-hardtop/doors included
-rear axle geared to 4.88, Detroit locker rear stretched 6 inches
-37 inch Firestone MT2s
-4plus dual swing out bumper with matching spare and cooler carrier
-all lights, blinkers, hazards, wipers, etc work properly
The bad: has trail damage in the tub and upper corner of windshield frame. The doors and top are in great shape. Rear main seal could be replaced but doesn’t leak too bad.
I drive this thing 20 miles to work multiple times a week. It spends a lot of time driving on pavement and on the trails. I’ve not met anything this 40 couldn’t get through. The main thing stopping it has been the nerves of the driver. This is the perfect wheeler. It seriously pains me to have to put it up for sale.
Looking for $18,000





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May 24, 2016
Memphis TN
Got to ask. Where do you recommend? I think I’ve sampled all the BBQ types in the US last summer.
For Memphis style bbq, if you want ribs I’d say Payne’s or bbq shop. If you want pulled pork I’d say central bbq or one and only bbq.

special mention for great non Memphis style bbq here in Memphis-

elwoods shack for amazing brisket

rendezvous for charcoal grilled dry rub. Lots of folks think this is Memphis style but it’s not. It’s Greek inspired pork ribs cooked over charcoal and not smoked.
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