Land Cruiser used to rule the 4×4 world with all the lineup that they have during the post-WWII toward the Vietnam War Era. The compactness of the car is the key toward ruling the market at that time. The 1967 Land Cruiser is one of those classic choices with the dignity that still intact until now.
Just around a thousand of these vehicles were imported into the U.S. market and this particular car was coincidentally one of them.
The FJ Company put in 10 years, meticulously finding parts for the rarest of every part of the 40 setups just to finish this amazing car.
As you would probably imagine the FJ had a bit of rust to contend with so The FJ Company hooked the truck up with a fresh nut and bolt combination.
It has a hard-top body and dark inside interior in adding the touch of class to the complete the item.
The inside was restored with the original part of the car, tho some of them are unusable anymore, the FJ Company painstakingly replenish the material by any means.
The FJ Company has assembled this one with a level of care and consideration that would boggle the psyche of the creation line laborers who initially manufactured it.
The build still hosts the original F engine and transmission while featuring a Capri Blue and White paint combination.
The immense stock of fastidiously fixed and recorded parts contained pretty much everything expected to develop it back to “as-new” condition.
Award Winning Car
The 1967 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ45LV Capri Blue won the “Family Favorites” class of the Carmel-by-the-Sea Concours on the Avenue in August 2016 and was a Featured Vehicle at SEMA 2016. So no wonder the price tag for this is at least $55,000