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1988 FJ62

This FJ62 is currently located at the shop. There has been previous rust repair and paint done to the rear quarter panel of this FJ62. The work appears to have been done well. To make this Land Cruiser a true collector, the roof rust must be addressed. Even though it looks extensive, roof rust is actually a reasonably easy problem to fix. Definitely less complex and expensive than if the rust were on the wheel wells and quarter panels. PRLC estimates the cost of a complete roof replacement and refinish at about 10K. Despite the roof rust issue, this Land Cruiser is very presentable.

This FJ62 is priced low to compensate for the roof repairs. For that reason, the price is firm at $17000.


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1988 FJ62

  • 125K miles
  • Clean interior
  • 3FE fuel injected straight 6
  • Overdrive automatic transmission
  • Power windows
  • Power locks
  • Roof rack
This 1988 FJ62 was acquired by its current owner a couple years ago with 113k miles on it.  Since then the owner has driven it 12k miles adding new Michelin Defender LTX tires, front discs and rear drum brakes, front bearings, starter, distributor, plugs, a replacement automatic 4 speed transmission, and has had rust cut out of and repaired on both rear quarter panels.  The truck exterior shows nicely with a few rock chips on the front hood and on the lower body parts along the drivers side.  The interior has new Carhartt seat covers on the front seats and an updated stereo and speakers.
Notable items that may need to be addressed:  The Landcruiser is equipped with a sunroof that is inoperable, though it does not leak. The electric windows operate slowly on the passenger and rear windows. There is damage to the dash on the passenger side where the old speaker resided.  Rust needs to be addressed along the rain gutter on both the driver and passenger sides between the front and back doors.  Please see photos for these imperfections.