The J40 was the last of the original Land Cruisers, made from 1960 to 1984. Eight years later, Toyota was still making the J40, called the OJ55, for the Brazilian military, which is how the story of this 1992 J40 came to be in Alabama. A rare four-door soft top, the truck was completely restored in Brazil before being shipped to the States in late 2018. The most notable work done was an engine swap to a 3.8-liter Mercedes diesel four-cylinder engine, backed by a four-speed manual and two-speed transfer case — a marriage of the best of Germany and Japan. A recent repaint in Highway Green Pearl and tan canvas soft top and doors pay homage to this Land Cruiser's military origins, with grey steel wheels and BF Goodrich A/T tires. Mechanically sound and ready to drive, this rare Land Cruiser is ready for action.