1995 Toyota Land Cruiser FZJ80 with CampTeq Roof conversion

Selling goose!

Ready for full time living and global travel. I am the 4th owner of this 80 series. Was previously owned by Dirt Sunrise and meticulously maintained throughout its life. This is an extremely reliable 80 series and will take you anywhere and everywhere you want to go. Has never let me down. Although the bones of this rig are great cosmetically it is not the prettiest. Only damage is to the rear passenger door other than that normal scratches from trails. I have recently taken off the fender flares when putting on a skinner tire to match the body line but will include flares if wanted. This rig is ready to go aside from a new tent fabric as the current one is now 5 years old and could use a refresh which Eric at Campteq can do for $1500. I hate to see it go but do not need the capability as I have never wheeled it hard just the peace of mind of having the capability if needed. Below is a list of details on the build

Located in Western Colorado and will be in California by mid September and can deliver anywhere in between.

Asking $32k

-267k Miles with roughly 100k miles on a rebuilt engine by Camelback Toyota
-Replaced transmission at 170k also by Camelback Toyota
-No modifications to engine
-HD Fan clutch (blue hub)
-Dual Battery system (1 starting battery 1 accessory battery) with inverter, usb, and cigarette outlets
-Arb air compressor for front and rear air lockers
-Extended diff breathers
-Icon 2.5” remote resivour adjustable
-Icon 2.5” springs all around
-Front and rear axle resealed recently
-Brand new Toyo AT3 285/75/17 on oem Toyota steelies

-ARB Bull bar front bumper
-Warn 9.5xp winch
-Factory 55 Fairlead and flatlink
-led light bar
-Snorkel with Donaldson topspin heavy duty
-4x4 labs rear bumper with custom 11lb propane tank mount, tire, 3 jerry can
-Dual filler neck for aux tank(no aux tank with truck but all wired for there to be one)

-Campteq Pop-top
sleeps 2 comfortably and bed platform configured to have standing room
-Custom 80/20 aluminum extrusion camper interior
-Poplar countertop
-Storage for 4 surfboards inside or reconfigure to your needs
-126w sunflare solar panel
-USB plugs, Voltage gauge
-7.5g Flexitank water container from Australia
-35l Arb fridge or freezer (latch recently broke off but still works fine)
-Atrax on windows with custom storage bags
-2 piston arb compressor for airing
up( separate from lockers compressor)
-Tuffy box center console (with 2 12v and 2 usb outlets)

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I’ve watched Goose’s build and adventure with Dirt Sunrise. I like the look of the pizza cutters. How much weight, if you measured, do you save, or is it a wash going from aluminum to steelies?

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