1994 Toyota Land Cruiser FZJ80 Factory Lockers

1994 Toyota Land Cruiser

Condition: Used
Make: Toyota
Model: Land Cruiser
Year: 1994
Mileage: 185800
VIN: JT3DJ81WXR0057629
Engine: 4.5L I6
Drive type: AWD
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: San Rafael, California, United States

Description for Toyota Land Cruiser 1994

BLUF: Factory Locker truck, both work. Has CDL switch and 7-pin modification also. 38-gallon fuel tank, front/rear armor + sliders, head gasket done at 177k, all LED lights, dual batteries, Bowfin roof rack with LEDs, exterior sprayed with bed liner and low mileage x5 General Grabber AT tires. Selling because I built another Land Cruiser. The Tepui tent in one picture is not included.
New within 2 years: windshield, front calipers, stainless brake hoses, booster, master cylinder, all coolant hoses + PHH, deleted the rear heater, all heater hoses, water pump, thermostat, fan clutch, red coolant, plugs, cap, rotor, wires, 4-hole fuel injectors, fuel filter, head gasket, valve seals, oil change, trans fluid change, transfer fluid change, both diff fluid change, AC condenser, AC dryer, AC expansion valve, AC evaporator, AC compressor, all belts, AC tensioner pulley, drag link and tie rod ends x4, all brake flex lines replaced with MAF stainless lines, driver side power window mechanism, alternator, front wheel and trunion bearings, front DC shaft.
Trail Tailor 4" TourFlex suspension with foam cell shocks. Adjustable lower links. MetalTech adjustable upper rear links and the caster correction plates . Also, has front and rear adjustable track bars. I just recently replaced the rear Tourflex springs with ARB 2863 (heavy) springs to lower the rear about 1.5". I also pulled the spacer I had on the front springs to balance out the truck. I did this to go back to 285 tires which work better with the stock gearing. The original rear Tourflex springs will be included with the truck. It also has Delta track bar relocation bracket.
Fender arches removed. Front fender holes were welded, rear filled with JB metal. Exterior sprayed in October 2019 in Raptor bed liner Dark OD Green and Smoke Black bumpers and sliders.
Has a Man-A-Fre 38 gallon fuel tank. Comes with a spare used fuel pump and sender assembly.
Has a heat exchanger plumbed into the heater coolant circuit. I connected the garden hose to the exchanger and pumped water through for hot showers, works great but uses a ton of water.
Front seats have been replaced with Volkswagen seats that are manual adjust. Has rear SOR canvas seat covers. Backup camera! Very nice Sony XAV-1000 stereo with a small amp and 4 cheap speakers. The steering column clamshell is broken but I have it. There is storage built into the tailgate and Delta attic brackets to increase storage.
I just converted it to round LED headlights with some very nice Morimoto LEDS. Rear lights are LED including the license plate light mounted to the Jerry Can carrier. There are two batteries and BLue Sea automatic controller. Right now the second battery runs the roof rack LEDs and the 12v/USB outlet in the cargo area. All accessories are controlled by a SwitchPros touchpad controller with bluetooth functionality. The SwitchPros controller can be programmed for every output, so when you turn on the truck the LED lights in the bumper come on as daytime driving lights, but you still have the option of turning them off. There is one forward facing light bar, two front corner facing LEDs and two rear facing LEDs wired up on the roof rack. The GMRS radio will be included and the antenna is wired to a mount on the rack.
Spare parts included: alternator, fuel pump, both electric locker actuators, used front calipers, used front hubs, aftermarket radiator, rear springs, front and rear drive shafts, entire A442 transmission, caliper rebuild kits, full set of rebuilt fuel injectors.
The bad: the interior is not nearly as nice as the exterior, the dash is cracked, the steering column clamshell cover is broken, the amp isn't great and gets electrical noise, the front end sheet metal isn't completely square from a previous owners repair. The power antenna doesn't work and isn't connected to the radio, there is a seperate antenna. There is some rust on the axles and suspension but everything has come apart when I went to wrench on it. It's dirty underneath from several trips through California and Nevada deserts, I could pressure wash it, but the dirt isn't huring anything.
This has been a great family adventure rig, and the dust of many trips is still in the crevices! It will go almost anywhere and I wouldn't hesitate to drive it across country. Mechanically it is VERY sound, the exterior looks great and the interior is well used.
Feel free to contact me with questions. I will work with the buyer to help arrange shipping, but paying for it is on you!