Evaluation: Immaculate restoration by the FJ Company. Other than some light scratching on the grille and front bumper, every inch of this Land Cruiser is either new or restored to better than new. It is unbelievably clean.
Bottom Line: Although the 1967-80 FJ55 “Iron Pig” was the first truly modern Land Cruiser, the FJ60/62 that replaced it was more livable, more convenient, and a lot more popular. Today, the FJ60/62 hits that sweet spot where it’s vintage enough to be cool but modern enough to use every day, and now that demand for vintage trucks is hot across the board (but especially for Land Cruisers), people are dumping serious money into restorations like this fresh, better than new example. And if this result is any indication, the demand for fresh and better than new FJs isn’t slowing down. This is a world record price for the model, eclipsing the previous record by nearly 50 grand.