Produced from 1967 to 1974, the original "iron pig" was engineered to meet the driving challenges of America's high-speed freeways, and the grueling off-road terrain of the Australian outback. To create the FJ55, Toyota began with the FJ45, and made it faster, lighter and more durable. Under the hood, you'll find a slightly tweaked F-type engine and inside the cabin - comfortable seating for nine.
For FJ40 or FJ43 builds, please place an order through our website. For those seeking something a little more exotic, this is our inventory of rare Land Cruisers available for one of our full nut-and-bolt restorations. We DO NOT sell un-restored vehicles.