Updated: Feb 14, 2019
Land Cruiser Wagons have been hot for awhile but they are getting hotter! They are experiencing better appreciation than the FJ40 and a quick look at the Hagerty valuation charts below support this trend.
<p>FJ40 Valuation Chart
FJ60/62 Series Valuation Chart
Why is this happening? Partially due to all the FJ40/43 imports flooding the market. There's just more supply than demand. Let’s face it, the wagons are more comfortable and drivable, they have power steering, A/C and a few power options here and there and they’re still totally cool! This is why most 60 series trucks have over 250,000 miles on them, But not all, which brings me to the point. <p>
I'm writing to preview my blog readers to an opportunity regarding a really rare FJ62. The lowest miles, most pristine and collectable FJ62 known to exist. A friend alerted me to this truck in May of 2013. It had just 8990 miles on the odometer. I quickly bought it and eventually sold it to a fellow Land Cruiser fan in Idaho. Then in June of 2014, I was asked to sell the truck for the owner and she went to a collector in MN. Fast forward to August 2017. My collector begins to liquidate his collection and once again, I sell her to a customer in IL. By now the mileage was about 13,000.
<a href=https://www.lcnation.com/1988-fj62-enigma>1988 Land Cruiser FJ62</a>
She's in phenomenal original condition. Original paint, interior, mechanicals, everything except the tires. Today, she has a mere 13,460 miles in the rear view mirror. There are no "known" equals to this Land Cruiser Wagon. If you would like more information, please call (515) 864-1275 or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org