In 1984, Toyota's Land Cruiser shed its Jeep-like roots for a larger, four-door wagon body style. The Land Cruiser kept all of its 4x4 prowess, with body-on-frame construction and solid front and rear axles. While not as collectible as the original Land Cruisers, these 80s models are surging in popularity. This 1989 FJ62 has been tastefully restored with a few aftermarket accessories that make it ready to overland. The original 4.0-liter inline six has been mated with a 5-speed manual transmission and has a factory-equipped idle adjustment for powering the front-mounted Warn winch. Inside is a newer Bluetooth head unit and a driver's seat from a later model Land Cruiser. General maintenance and service records ensure that you won't need a trailer to bring this 4x4 home.