Although they are not officially affiliated with Toyota, FJ Company continue to renovate some of the finest classic Land Cruisers, and they have has just unveiled its latest project – the stunning 1972 Land Cruiser FJ40.
The Miami-based FJ Company’s unique design is heavily influenced by the world of traditional custom hot rods and toy trucks – in particular a Tonka Truck that the client once owned as a child. The revamped aesthetic adopts a vibrant orange metallic paintjob alongside Mickey Thompson wheels, Cooper Discoverer A/T3 tires and a complementing jerry can to complement its vibrant paintwork. The upgrade doesn’t stop at the full frame-off restoration, as FJ Company has also added a built-in bottle opener on the custom front bumper to allow for easy access to chilled refreshments on hot summer adventures.
This unique Tonka truck 1972 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser is just one of the company’s many restored FJ’s featured on the company’s website.
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