1985 FJ60 Survivor
Occasionally I come across an original Land Cruiser that has been really well cared for. This 1985 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60 is one of them. She's spent 22 years in Phoenix and 15 years in Texas. She was taken out of the game early and has accumulated just 12,000 miles in the last 13 years. This FJ60 is super quiet and smooth and runs beautifully. She's one of the best driving wagons I've had pleasure to own and I've owned many. It's a good time to own hard assets. The government can't print any more of these!
At 165k miles, she's still wearing most of her original Beige Metallic paint. Very nice original gold over brown cloth interior and gleaming OEM chrome-finished 15″ wheels. She's been lovingly cared for. She was taken out of the game early and has accumulated just 12,000 miles since in the last 13 years. She runs super quiet and smooth and drives as good or better than any FJ60's I've had the pleasure to own.
Powered by her original 4.2-liter inline-six paired with a four-speed manual transmission and a dual-range transfer case with manually-locking front hubs. Features include power steering, tilt wheel, air conditioning, front and rear heaters, power assist front disc brakes, hand throttle, rear wiper, front tow hook, locking fuel door and an aftermarket Panasonic AM/FM/CD stereo.
Other goodies include manufacturer’s literature, two keys, recent service records, factory tool kit, jack, a clean AutoCheck report (below), and a clear Texas title. You will find more details and well over 100 photos here -> https://www.lcnation.com/1985-beige-fj60-survivor