by Chris Cordes

The 40 series Toyota Land Cruiser is one of those vehicles that could be considered an overlanding icon. Its reliability and longevity in even the toughest conditions has earned it the reputation of a workhorse the world over. But with production ending almost thirty years ago, the 40 series can be a difficult vehicle to track down, especially if you want a truck that runs well and isn’t coated in a layer of rust. Fortunately, there are still some well-preserved examples of these vehicles, such as this pristine 1971 FJ40.

With only 16,108 miles on the odometer, this well restored soft-top looks about as great as it did the day it left the showroom floor. If you are looking to get into one of these classics, without the hassle of doing your own restoration, then this may just be your answer.

Take a closer look on the vehicle here:

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Here is what the dealer has to say:

Listed for your consideration is a 1971 Toyota Land Cruiser 4X4,

Complete restore on this hard to find Suv..Manual transmission,3 Spd..

New tires and soft top..Lock out hubs..We are a Toyota Dealership and this

truck is in our showroom and was a local trade-in for another vehicle..The previous

owner paid 35k for this vehicle several years ago..You can bid and buy this

truck at a discounted price ..Truck runs good..We are going to sale this truck so bid early

and you can own it..Will take trade ins or make me a good offer..Please call

or text my Direct Line.. David @(865) 803-5973..

Tennessee buyers will pay state and local taxes and $34.50 Doc Fee

All other buyers will pay local taxes and $ 34.50 Doc Fee

We reserve the right to sale this truck on our lot should it do so before the auction ends..

******************* RESERVE HAS BEEN SET LOW *************

Happy Bidding !!!!!!

 

La Aduana: 1971 Toyota Land Cruiser

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About the Author: Chris Cordes

Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Chris didn’t receive a real taste of the outdoors until moving to Prescott, Arizona, for college in 2009. While working on his business degree in the Embry-Riddle undergraduate program, he learned to fly and spent his weekends exploring the Arizona desert and high country. He fell in love with backcountry travel and four-wheel drive vehicles, which led him to Overland Journal and Expedition Portal. Chris was immediately hooked by the concept of overlanding, which combines the excitement and adventure of flying with his affection for cars and trucks. After receiving his degree, Chris did a summer internship with Overland International before accepting a full-time position on our team.