When the FJ Company has an announcement, we are all ears. And eyes. Mostly eyes.
It’s clear to see why. The Miami-based restoration shop has a singular obsession with a very singular car: the FJ40, an iconic series of Land Cruisers that Toyota rolled off the line from 1960-1984.
Every custom Land Cruiser they touch turns to pure nostalgic gold, and that streak continues with their newest release, a toy car- and hot rod-inspired ’72 they brought up to speed with a new 3F-E engine, five-speed transmission, scratch-resistant interior, sport seats and a metallic orange paint job.
They even threw a functional bottle opener on the bespoke front bumper. That’s for use at the destination, of course.
These guys just think of everything.
FJ40 (6 images)
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