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Autotrader Find: Imported 1992 Toyota Land Cruiser

If you’re a fan of the Toyota Land Cruiser, you’re well aware that the United States market never received the sturdiest, most workhorse-oriented model — the 70 Series. Instead, our market received the more luxurious 80 Series, followed by the 100 and 200 models, while other countries got to enjoy the bare-bones simplicity and reliability of the 70 Series.

Well, here’s your chance to own that 70-Series Land Cruiser we didn’t get. This is a 1992 Land Cruiser offered by a private seller in Florida, and it’s in nice shape. Crucially, it’s also a four-door model. We’ve featured two-door 70-Series Land Cruiser models before here on Autotrader Find, but the 4-door is more practical and more rational for most people, so it’s a good find.

This 70-Series Land Cruiser is also in excellent shape with just 96,500 claimed miles, an excellent figure for a vehicle that’s notoriously bought to be used as a workhorse. It also appears largely unmodified, meaning it could be yours as a blank slate to modify. Or you could just drive it around in its natural state.

The ad says this Land Cruiser has basically everything you’d want: an automatic transmission — not the enthusiast choice, but better for a more practical 4-door model — along with new tires, air conditioning and a tried-and-true diesel engine. If you’re interested, it’s listed for $14,500. Find a Toyota Land Cruiser for sale

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