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1991 Toyota Land Cruiser HZJ75 Trakka Camper

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VERIFIED SELLER
PENDING SALE
$45,000

The enduring legacy of Toyota's Land Cruiser 70 series, which made its debut in 1984, continues to capture the admiration of enthusiasts worldwide. While technological advancements have quietly improved its performance, the iconic silhouette remains steadfast, perpetuating its distinct charm. Presenting a unique opportunity is the 1991 Toyota Land Cruiser 70 Series HZJ75 Troop Carrier Overland Build, a rare gem believed to be one of the limited Australian-manufactured units ever imported to our shores. This Land Cruiser has been thoughtfully outfitted with a Trakka Bushman Camper Top Conversion, tailor-made for the adventurous spirit and designed to seamlessly accommodate your overlanding and camping aspirations. With a right-hand drive configuration and a journey of 248,000 miles chronicled in its history, this Land Cruiser stands as a testament to the rugged durability for which these vehicles are renowned. In fact, these Land Cruisers are known to withstand the test of time with proper care, often journeying close to half a million miles or beyond. An interesting historical note reveals that Trakka, founded by Dave Berry and his wife Sally in 1973, began its journey by drawing inspiration from Kombi-style campers, eventually venturing into building camper conversions on the Toyota Land Cruiser platform, particularly suited for traversing Australia's demanding Outback terrain. The legacy of the 1987 HJ75 Trooper, nearly identical to the this model, was further enriched when it participated in the renowned Australian Safari from Sydney to Darwin. While embracing its storied past, Trakka continues to innovate, focusing primarily on high-end camper conversions for platforms such as Mercedes Sprinter, VW, and Fiat, ensuring the spirit of adventure lives on.

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1991 Toyota Land Cruiser HZJ75 Trakka Camper

Current Ask
VERIFIED SELLER
PENDING SALE
$45,000

The enduring legacy of Toyota's Land Cruiser 70 series, which made its debut in 1984, continues to capture the admiration of enthusiasts worldwide. While technological advancements have quietly improved its performance, the iconic silhouette remains steadfast, perpetuating its distinct charm. Presenting a unique opportunity is the 1991 Toyota Land Cruiser 70 Series HZJ75 Troop Carrier Overland Build, a rare gem believed to be one of the limited Australian-manufactured units ever imported to our shores. This Land Cruiser has been thoughtfully outfitted with a Trakka Bushman Camper Top Conversion, tailor-made for the adventurous spirit and designed to seamlessly accommodate your overlanding and camping aspirations. With a right-hand drive configuration and a journey of 248,000 miles chronicled in its history, this Land Cruiser stands as a testament to the rugged durability for which these vehicles are renowned. In fact, these Land Cruisers are known to withstand the test of time with proper care, often journeying close to half a million miles or beyond. An interesting historical note reveals that Trakka, founded by Dave Berry and his wife Sally in 1973, began its journey by drawing inspiration from Kombi-style campers, eventually venturing into building camper conversions on the Toyota Land Cruiser platform, particularly suited for traversing Australia's demanding Outback terrain. The legacy of the 1987 HJ75 Trooper, nearly identical to the this model, was further enriched when it participated in the renowned Australian Safari from Sydney to Darwin. While embracing its storied past, Trakka continues to innovate, focusing primarily on high-end camper conversions for platforms such as Mercedes Sprinter, VW, and Fiat, ensuring the spirit of adventure lives on.

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1991 Toyota Land Cruiser HZJ75 Trakka Camper

Current Ask
VERIFIED SELLER
PENDING SALE
$45,000
view listing

The enduring legacy of Toyota's Land Cruiser 70 series, which made its debut in 1984, continues to capture the admiration of enthusiasts worldwide. While technological advancements have quietly improved its performance, the iconic silhouette remains steadfast, perpetuating its distinct charm. Presenting a unique opportunity is the 1991 Toyota Land Cruiser 70 Series HZJ75 Troop Carrier Overland Build, a rare gem believed to be one of the limited Australian-manufactured units ever imported to our shores. This Land Cruiser has been thoughtfully outfitted with a Trakka Bushman Camper Top Conversion, tailor-made for the adventurous spirit and designed to seamlessly accommodate your overlanding and camping aspirations. With a right-hand drive configuration and a journey of 248,000 miles chronicled in its history, this Land Cruiser stands as a testament to the rugged durability for which these vehicles are renowned. In fact, these Land Cruisers are known to withstand the test of time with proper care, often journeying close to half a million miles or beyond. An interesting historical note reveals that Trakka, founded by Dave Berry and his wife Sally in 1973, began its journey by drawing inspiration from Kombi-style campers, eventually venturing into building camper conversions on the Toyota Land Cruiser platform, particularly suited for traversing Australia's demanding Outback terrain. The legacy of the 1987 HJ75 Trooper, nearly identical to the this model, was further enriched when it participated in the renowned Australian Safari from Sydney to Darwin. While embracing its storied past, Trakka continues to innovate, focusing primarily on high-end camper conversions for platforms such as Mercedes Sprinter, VW, and Fiat, ensuring the spirit of adventure lives on.

1974 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 350ci V8

Current Ask
VERIFIED SELLER
PENDING SALE
$38,750
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The Toyota Land Cruiser is one of the most legendary automotive nameplates of all time. A vehicle with go-anywhere capabilities out of the box, the Land Cruiser was born in 1951 and continues well into 2023 and beyond. Land Cruisers can be found on nearly every continent, and their scope for customization is almost limitless. Some may find this 1974 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 sacrilegious as it no longer packs a Japanese powerplant. Still, others will appreciate its eight-cylinder heart and an extensive list of modifications, many of which were installed between 2019 and 2022. It's got under 14,000 miles on it since its rebirth.

1969 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40

Current Ask
VERIFIED SELLER
PENDING SALE
$25,000
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Toyota's longest-running nameplate, the Land Cruiser, first appeared in 1951 and continues to boldly forge a distinctive path. Over ten million have been sold and counting. It is the off-road vehicle of choice for many and has created a following in nearly every country across the world. The United States is no exception and is considered one of Toyota's critical markets for this beloved vehicle. That's why this 1969 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 is every bit as special as it should be. Sporting an American heart, it continues to embody the freedom to travel wherever you want, whenever you want. Why not snap up this 56,000-mile vehicle and never look back? Let us tell you why.

1982 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ40

Current Ask
VERIFIED SELLER
PENDING SALE
$39,999
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The colossal Japanese automobile manufacturer Toyota Motor Corporation was founded in 1937. It originally was a spinoff of Toyota Industries. Their first-ever vehicle was the Toyota AA in 1936. As of date, Toyota accounts for more than 10 million vehicle production annually and is considered one of the largest conglomerates in the world. Part of this success was thanks to the Toyota Land Cruiser, which was initially introduced as the Toyota BJ in 1951 as a military light utility vehicle. Here's a chance to lay hands on a pristine and reportedly untouched 1982 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ40 and a total mileage of 145,000 on the odometer.

1991 Toyota Land Cruiser HZJ75 Trakka Camper

Current Ask
VERIFIED SELLER
PENDING SALE
$45,000
view listing

The enduring legacy of Toyota's Land Cruiser 70 series, which made its debut in 1984, continues to capture the admiration of enthusiasts worldwide. While technological advancements have quietly improved its performance, the iconic silhouette remains steadfast, perpetuating its distinct charm. Presenting a unique opportunity is the 1991 Toyota Land Cruiser 70 Series HZJ75 Troop Carrier Overland Build, a rare gem believed to be one of the limited Australian-manufactured units ever imported to our shores. This Land Cruiser has been thoughtfully outfitted with a Trakka Bushman Camper Top Conversion, tailor-made for the adventurous spirit and designed to seamlessly accommodate your overlanding and camping aspirations. With a right-hand drive configuration and a journey of 248,000 miles chronicled in its history, this Land Cruiser stands as a testament to the rugged durability for which these vehicles are renowned. In fact, these Land Cruisers are known to withstand the test of time with proper care, often journeying close to half a million miles or beyond. An interesting historical note reveals that Trakka, founded by Dave Berry and his wife Sally in 1973, began its journey by drawing inspiration from Kombi-style campers, eventually venturing into building camper conversions on the Toyota Land Cruiser platform, particularly suited for traversing Australia's demanding Outback terrain. The legacy of the 1987 HJ75 Trooper, nearly identical to the this model, was further enriched when it participated in the renowned Australian Safari from Sydney to Darwin. While embracing its storied past, Trakka continues to innovate, focusing primarily on high-end camper conversions for platforms such as Mercedes Sprinter, VW, and Fiat, ensuring the spirit of adventure lives on.

1986 Toyota Celica Supra

Current Ask
VERIFIED SELLER
PENDING SALE
$22,999
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Petrolheads worldwide rejoice at the mention of the Toyota Supra. One of Toyota's most-hallowed nameplates, the fourth generation is arguably the best known. But spare some love for the second generation, which is where this particular 1986 Toyota Supra hails from. This car has led a healthy 130,000-mile life and is ready for so much more. If you're wondering why it looks a little different, we'll explain shortly.

1984 Toyota Pickup SR5

Current Ask
VERIFIED SELLER
PENDING SALE
$24,950
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The Toyota Hilux, immortalized by the BBC's "Top Gear" as seemingly indestructible, is a testament to Toyota's legacy of durability and reliability. This particular 1984 Toyota Pickup SR5 is a robust incarnation of the celebrated Hilux, a name that resonated globally and later transitioned to the SR5 package in North America. This example, rejuvenated with a rebuilt engine, offers a fresh lease on life for the iconic pickup. Currently available in Montesano, Washington, this SR5 is a collector's dream, boasting a suite of new components and ready for a new adventure.

1974 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 350ci V8

Current Ask
VERIFIED SELLER
PENDING SALE
$38,750
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The Toyota Land Cruiser is one of the most legendary automotive nameplates of all time. A vehicle with go-anywhere capabilities out of the box, the Land Cruiser was born in 1951 and continues well into 2023 and beyond. Land Cruisers can be found on nearly every continent, and their scope for customization is almost limitless. Some may find this 1974 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 sacrilegious as it no longer packs a Japanese powerplant. Still, others will appreciate its eight-cylinder heart and an extensive list of modifications, many of which were installed between 2019 and 2022. It's got under 14,000 miles on it since its rebirth.

1980 Toyota Celica GT

Current Ask
VERIFIED SELLER
PENDING SALE
$13,500
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During the 1970s, the Japanese automotive industry was on its way to its peak. And it was during this time that the likes of the 2000GT, Fairlazy Z, Skyline GT-R, and more were introduced, and among these was the Toyota Celica, a two-door hardtop coupe with set anchors in styling and driving quality. The first-generation Celica's success prompted Toyota to produce the Celica until 2006 and under seven generations. The second generation Celica was produced from 1977 to 1981 and was offered in either a 2-door notchback coupe or a 3-door liftback coupe. Up for grabs is a 1980 Toyota Celica GT bearing 43,421 miles on the odometer and with a host of new parts to keep it running.

1969 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40

Current Ask
VERIFIED SELLER
PENDING SALE
$25,000
view listing

Toyota's longest-running nameplate, the Land Cruiser, first appeared in 1951 and continues to boldly forge a distinctive path. Over ten million have been sold and counting. It is the off-road vehicle of choice for many and has created a following in nearly every country across the world. The United States is no exception and is considered one of Toyota's critical markets for this beloved vehicle. That's why this 1969 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 is every bit as special as it should be. Sporting an American heart, it continues to embody the freedom to travel wherever you want, whenever you want. Why not snap up this 56,000-mile vehicle and never look back? Let us tell you why.

1982 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ40

Current Ask
VERIFIED SELLER
PENDING SALE
$39,999
view listing

The colossal Japanese automobile manufacturer Toyota Motor Corporation was founded in 1937. It originally was a spinoff of Toyota Industries. Their first-ever vehicle was the Toyota AA in 1936. As of date, Toyota accounts for more than 10 million vehicle production annually and is considered one of the largest conglomerates in the world. Part of this success was thanks to the Toyota Land Cruiser, which was initially introduced as the Toyota BJ in 1951 as a military light utility vehicle. Here's a chance to lay hands on a pristine and reportedly untouched 1982 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ40 and a total mileage of 145,000 on the odometer.

1986 Toyota Pickup Turbo 5 Speed

Current Ask
VERIFIED SELLER
PENDING SALE
$37,499
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Any car aficionado, whether a professional or a casual car guy knows about the television series Top Gear. On 23rd November 2003, we saw Top Gear try to destroy a 1988 Toyota Hilux known as the Toyota Pickup in North America, the presenters, tried driving it recklessly, drowning it, burning it, using a wrecking ball on it, and even finally placing it on top of a 27-story tower which was getting demolished, the truck still survived. The Toyota Pickup is currently in its eighth generation, unfortunately, the fifth generation produced from 1994 to 1997 was the last of the compact Toyota Pickups in North America, we only have the Tacoma and Tundra now. Up for grabs is one of these practically undestroyable 1986 Toyota Pickup Turbo with just 68,867 miles on the clock and in excellent condition.

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