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Located in Greeley, CO...

$4,200 obo

1972 Land Cruiser FJ55
1976 2f, mileage said 20,300, meaning 120,300 or more…
1974 “F” carb
4 Speed, tranny/transfer case
76 Axles, front disc, rear drum
33 X 12.50 X 15 BFG A/T’s with 90% tread
15 X 8” Chrome steel rims
4” Safari Lift Kit
Old Man Emu Nitrocharger shocks
Old Man Emu Steering Stabilizer
JT Outfitters Power Steering Kit
U-Bolt Skid Plates
HD Anti-Inversion Shackles

BODY: The body for the most part on this rig is very solid. Original paint. It has the very typical “Pig” rust but everything is repairable. The front fenders are rotted through as you can see in the pics, as are the rockers. I would suggest cutting out the rockers and replacing with Iron Pig Offroad sliders. Looks OEM and much more durable at only $165 a pair. There is surface rust on the top that could be easily sanded/repainted. There is some hail damage on the hood. The drivers floorboard is rusted/rotted at the body mount, will need to be replaced at some point unless this is just a trail rig. The rest of the inside is very clean. There are a few dings/scratches along the body, no rust on fender wells, rear quarters have some that need to be fixed around the rear bumper area. The rear body mounts are rusted and would need a little attention.

INTERIOR: The seats are in OK condition. The front has a few small tears and the rear is in good shape. The headliner has one major tear/hole and a few minor other ones. Not sure if it’s worth fixing or if it should just be removed. The rear window motor works, but the gear is stripped so it will need to be replaced. Gauges, heater and lights all work. The door panels are all in good shape and the doors shut nicely. Has an aftermarket Grant steering wheel.

DRIVETRAIN: The engine idles a little rough, but runs strong. It has a fully electronic ignition setup from an 83 FJ60 so it has the large cap dist. There are a few leaks, front seal is leaking. There is a leak from the oil pan/drain plug where most of the leaking is. Has a new rear main seal. The front axles seals are also leaking a little. The axle has ASCO/AISIN hubs.


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