1972 Toyota "Iron Pig" FJ55 Land Cruiser new interior new paint Power steering

Price: - Item location: Palm Harbor, Florida, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Toyota
  • Model: Land Cruiser
  • Type: The original SUV
  • Trim: 4 door
  • Year: 1972
  • Mileage: 123,233
  • VIN: fj550024103
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 3.9 l strraight 6
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: 4 wd 3 speed
  • Interior color: black
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive
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1972 Toyota Land Cruiser

SO I thought I would put my Iron Pig up here and see what she does before I commit to taking her to Barrett Jackson (if no one on here pays my LOW reserve)... I just finished having the interior completely done right after a fresh paint job back to original color.Allwork documented with like a hundred pictures (which I can't put all up here right now) but it even has a new dash cap and new hubcaps. See photos. She is REALLY clean and I drive it every week to the beach and sometimes to work. This Iron Pig is as original with the only modification being the aftermarket power steering. She starts right up, shifts smoothly and runs great. Good tread on the 31 by 10.5 AT tires. Ask as manyquestionsas you want. I am always happy to talk about my FJ restorations... I need this gone to work on the FJ40 project taking up room in the garage.I bought this from a barn in the pacific northwest and brought it here to sunny Florida last year. As near as I can tell I am the 3rd owner (as the 2nd was the grandson of theoriginalowner). I have paperwork going BACK on this. she had like ZERO rust and what little she did have was removed and the whole rig undercoated and done right...NO fiberglass on this..it is ALL original metal.
Only issues I can think off:~I have the original bottle jack but not the tool bag~missing one knob on am radio (havent looked but should be easy to find)~the rear window has new motor and rubber and is a bit slow but works (i'm told the rubber is SO new that it takes a bit of time for it to "break in"~I don't have the key for the rear window but you can have one made~missingtheinterior light dome cover (on here for like $50) oh yeh..while I am thinking of the headliner..she is BRAND new as well