FJ Company Lets You Build Your Dream Land Cruiser

Brothers Nelson and Juan Diego Calle have dedicated their lives and careers to preserving what is no doubt the most revered car to come out of the Japanese automobile industry—the Toyota Land Cruiser. The Land Cruiser has been around for 70 years, and though the brothers haven’t been around that long, their status for offering some of the best, fully rebuilt, restored, and upgraded Land Cruisers on the market is unparalleled. Now their custom shop, the FJ Company, is taking what they can do to the next level, offering you the opportunity to build your own FJ cruiser.

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FJ Cruiser custom build vehicle

The FJ Cruiser starts with a G40 built on either an FJ40 or FJ42 chassis that dates back to somewhere between 1970 and 1983. The original steel body is restored and rebuilt, and a 4.0-litre Toyota 1GRE-FE V6 engine is stuffed under the hood where it pairs with a five-speed manual transmission. Topping off the Land Cruiser is either a soft or hardtop. FJ then adds in modern-day comforts like upholstered seats, a new digital cluster, LED interior lighting, a dash-integrated air conditioner and heater, and a Bluetooth-enabled sound system.

The FJ Company offers three levels of build. The Heritage is priced at $180,000, while the Expedition starts at $200,000. If you really want to go for all the bells and whistles, however, you can select the Signature G40-S, which starts at $220,000. There are plenty of options to choose from for each, including paint and interior colours, as well as body type (short or medium). There’s a bevy of accessories, and you can adjust many of the other features. Regardless of the options you choose, you’ll be getting a true classic that is packed with modern amenities and performance. It’s a classic, and it can be built just the way you like it.

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