This 1988 Toyota Land Cruiser is a largely original truck with a handful of aftermarket upgrades, including an ARB brush guard, receiver hitch, and off-road wheels and tires. Showing over 200,000 miles at the time of documentation, this FJ62 is a well-maintained example with few signs of off-roading or other abuse – perfect for a daily driver or weekend trailblazer. It is being offered from the Exotic Car Trader inventory with a clean title and a clean Carfax.
This FJ62 has been lightly modified to reflect an off-road aesthetic. An ARB brush guard has been installed in place of the front bumper, a trailer hitch receiver has been fitted to the back, and the stock wheels and tires have been replaced by chrome off-road wheels wearing BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A tires. Despite the theme, the mud flaps and brush guard are lacking the typical wear and tear from trails and wheeling, hinting that this truck has lived much of its life on paved surfaces. The quad square headlights have been upgraded for better visibility. Inside, this 1988 Toyota Land Cruiser is equipped with cloth seats, power windows, power door locks, and manual mirrors. An aftermarket single-DIN Pioneer head unit has been added. Some wear is noted on the dashboard. The seat upholstery is in good and clean condition and the headliner is free of sagging and water damage. Some panel fitment issues are noted in the cargo area along with a small defect in the cargo area headliner. All systems function including the air conditioning and push-button 4WD. The shift knob is not installed in the photos but is included with the sale. The analog odometer displays 206,905 miles at the time of documentation.
This 1988 Toyota Land Cruiser is powered by its original 4.0L inline 6-cylinder gasoline engine with fuel injection. Backed by a 4-speed automatic transmission, push-button four-wheel drive, and a 4.11 gear ratio, the FJ62 is renowned for its off-road capabilities and rugged dependability. The body of this FJ62 is rust free with some surface rust noted on the chassis underneath. This truck does not have any known leaks.