For sale for $8000 plus shipping.
Located outside of Atlanta, GA. You simply can't get a better built truck for this money. I am looking to scale back to my 100 with a mild lift and sliders to take my family camping.
I got this cruiser in mid-2006. It had been to Cambodia and was well outfitted...but I decided to do more...much more.
1996 FZJ-80 with 190k. Oil changed every 3k.
New PHH hose set, all silicone
Magnaflow turbo catalytic converter
Dynomax 3 chamber turbo muffler
OEM electric locker in the front
Aussie locker in the rear
Warn M12000 Winch with blaze orange superline synthetic rope
Cobra CB and cage mounted antenna
Safari Offroad Snorkle
37x12.50x16 Super Swamper Irok Radials (90%)
Longfield super set in the front axle
Poly Performance set in the rear axle
Slee 4" front coil springs
Slee 4" heavy rear coil springs
OME steering damper
6" Slee control arms
Toyota Style CV drive shaft front and rear
Slee rear sway bar drop brackets
Added heavy duty steering cooler and new lines
Stainless steel extended brake lines
Slee adjustable rear upper-control arms
Slee adjustable front and rear panhard rods
Rear 2" Bump Stop Drop Blocks
Front 2" Bump Stop Drop Blocks
Slee Off-Road front bumper (Modified)
Slee Off-Road rear bumper (Modified)
Slee Off Road Sliders (welded in place)
PIAA Flood Lights
XM Satellite Radio
Infinity 3-ways all around
Toyota hand throttle
Rubberized polyethelene epoxy skin (~1/4" thick on the entire exterior)
Custom Soft Top with top, sides, rear panels, will seal completely up and is water/rain tight
Custom roll cage thanks to ACC!
History of the truck:
Robin bought the truck new from Toyota and decided to build it into an off roader. He called up Christo and outfitted the truck to close to the current state. He has taken it to Moab, around Texas, and most
amazing...he took it to Cambodia for two years!
Robin used the truck as the primary vehicle in working as a volunteer teacher and in the creation of a documentary to be submitted in March of 2007 in the Austin Film Festival with a title of The Living Fields. It is the story of the need for education for the children of the 30 year war torn country of Cambodia.
The trip started in 2005 in Penang Malaysia. Robin then drove it the length of Thailand and into Cambodia.
I purchased the truck in 2006, drove it to Atlanta, and have been wheeling it every since. I had a tree hit it a few years back and I had no choice by to chop the top and rebuild it (better of course!). Full custom cage and full custom soft top and side panels.
AC still works, passes emissions, drives at highway speed and has a clean title.
You can see the side panels on the seats. They zip into the top and have zippers in the clear panels to snap yourself in from the inside. They work great! Have been on the highway and no noise or flapping. Even keeps in the AC and heat!