1994 Land Cruiser 80 Series FZJ80

1994 Toyota Land Cruiser Base for sale in Twentynine Palms, California, United States

Item location: Twentynine Palms, California, United States
Make: Toyota
Model: Land Cruiser
Type: SUV
Trim: Base
Year: 1994
Mileage: 264743
VIN: JT3DJ81W0R0081681
Color: Dark Red
Engine size: 4.5 L Gasoline
Number of cylinders: 6
Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Gray
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Safety options: Anti-Lock Brakes
Options: Front Differential Lock, Rear Differential Lock, Center Differential Lock, 4-Wheel Drive, Leather Seats, Sunroof
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Toyota Land Cruiser 1994

Why I'm Selling ItFor sale is a 1994 Toyota Land Cruiser FZJ80. Over the last four years I have worked to slowly rebuild this truck into a reliable backcountry traveler. I'm selling because the more I travel the more I realize I want to do it long term and not just on the weekends! So I'm planning to move up in size to a Sprinter van.

Current State and ConditionIt's been an ongoing project for the last four years, as funds slowly trickle in. My goal was to travel backcountry, so reliability was my number one priority in terms of what to address first on truck. A lot of the major engine components have been addressed, as well as basic suspension and some tidbits to make the truck more comfortable (such as 3M Cyrstalline tint).
The paint is worn from the sun and heat, clear coat is peeling in a few spots but mainly on the hood. It also has "pinstripes" from branches on the trails. The interior is mostly stripped. Carpet is all removed from the back, and headliner is stripped out along with the plastic trim waist level and up. My plan was to spray the entire interior with LizardSkin ceramic coating, but have not gotten to it. Seats are original leather, baked stiff and hard over time. Drivers bottom seat leather is ripped on the bottom and lumbar area.
Both batteries are kept on a maintenance charger/desulfator. I have one charger which I switch from one battery to the other every morning.

Current IssuesAs this is a project in progress, there are issues I haven't gotten around to address yet as I was tackling the engine and reliability items first. The major issues are:1. Steering: The left tie rod is "stuck" and the tire shop wasn't able to do a proper alignment. The truck will pull to one side, and you have to pull the other way to compensate and drive straight.2. Catalytic converter is most likely shot, as it rattles quite a bit during warmup (stops happening once it's warmed up)3. Slightly rough idle during cold startup, I resolve this by setting the hand throttle with a little extra RPM until it is fully warmed up, then releasing the hand throttle. Once completely warmed up, there is no issue with idle.4. Starting issue: Two years ago I began having rare, intermittent occasionswhere the starter would click but not crank. It didn't happen often enough for me to worry about it, and it always started up after a few more tries. After a year I replaced the starter with a remanufactured one from Land Cruiser Parts. Over the past year I've still experienced the rare sporadic issue, but it happens so rare, and I've never been stranded, that I haven't worried about it, even though it's my onlyvehicle and my daily driver. I also live in the desert and constantly travel to very remote places. It's always started up after the next or few tries. I've read on the forums it might be related to the ignition switch.4. Gear is broken on the drivers' power seat, so it can't adjust forward/backward.5. All wiring has been disconnected from the aux battery, and the IBS disconnected from the main battery. I did this because I was going to start a project to rewire everything, but never got to it. All the wires are there, just needs to be connected to the battery.6. I needed to quickly wire in a backup camera for a trip, but I didn't want to drill into the roof, so I ran the wire out the rear quarter panel window and used strips of duck tape to hold it inside the roof gutters, to the rear camera.7. Trip odometer doesn't work, but lifetime odometer works fine.

Major Maintenance/PM~200,107 - Purchased. Previous owner had it for six months and during that time replaced the head gasket and all top vacuum hoses.
~219,000 - Major service @ Mudrak's in Sonoma Valley (Land Cruiser specialists)New Sequioa 130 amp alternator (stock FZJ80 is 80 amps)New OEM radiatorNew HPS silicone radiator and PHH hosesNew Gates heater hoses for rear heater removal and bypassNew Aisin blue hub fan clutch with replaced 20k CST fluidNew OEM water pump and gasketNew OEM oil pump cover O-ring and screwsNew OEM thermostat and O-ringNew OEM heater valveNew OEM coolant temp sensorNew OEM beltsNew Breeze Constant Torque Clamps for all heater hosesNew Auxiliary radiator fan and relay, tied automatically to the A/CNew Marlin seals for front axle rebuildNew OEM valve cover gasketNew OEM PCV valve and grommetNew OEM Denso spark plugsNew OEM Denso spark plug wiresNew OEM plenum hoseNew OEM distributor capNew OEM distributor rotorNew OEM crankshaft front oil sealNew OEM transmission pan gasketNew OEM transmission filterNew Auxiliary Interstate battery and 2nd battery trayNew IBS battery monitoring system

~229,000 - Service at Toy Auto Clinic, Redwood City CAO2 sensors replaced
~230,000 - Suspension at Clark's Auto Repair, Cupertino CAOME 851 Front Light CoilsOME 863 Rear Heavy CoilsOME 60018 Front ShocksOME 60020 Rear ShocksOME SD24 Steering DamperOME CA77B Caster Correction KitSpidertrax 1.5" spacers

~230,000 - Tires mounted and Road Force Balanced at Shell, Palo Alto CANew BFG T/A KO2 315/75/R16 (including full size spare, purchased from Tire Rack)

~230,600 - Self InstallNew Slee Headlight Harness

~232,000 - Service at Toy Auto Clinic, Redwood City CAReman'd fuel injectors from Land Cruiser PartsNew OEM Denso spark plugsNew OEM Denso air filterNew OEM O2 sensorsNew Helton Hot Shower exchanger from Cruiser Outfitters

~242,000 - Service at Quality Auto Glass & Tint, Santa Clara CANew OEM windshieldNew OEM windshield gasketNew 3M Crystalline 90% windshield tintNew 3M Color Stable 5% rear passenger, rear quarter and rear windshield tint
~244,000 - Service at Toy Auto ClinicNew OEM rear diff oil seal gasketNew OEM Power steering pumpNew OEM Power steering pump hosesRebuilt Denso starter

~255,000 - Self installReman'd starter from Rock Auto

Included Additional Items(2) ARB sliding drawer with sliding top and installed L-tracks (paid $1176)ARB drawer side kit (paid $154)Helton Hot Water Exchanger, Shurflo water pump, strainer and accumulator (paid $300+)Clear signal and side markers ($110)LED signal, brake, reverse and side markersSlee headlight harness ($40)New in box SPAL 12" auxiliary fan (paid ~$100)New in box Absolute Wit's End Rear Quarter Panel mount system (paid $265)New in bag VC120 charcoal canister (paid $40)New in bag OEM fusible link (paid $15)New in box Hawk Performance LTS rear brake pad set (paid $68)Full copy of the FSM and EWD, printed out in a four binder setSecond row seats - included5k factory hitch - included (not currently installed on the truck because the full size 315 won't fit in the spare location with it on)

~265,000 - Current mileage

Truck is sold AS-IS, and buyer is responsible for shipping.

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