Autotrader Find: Imported 1993 Toyota Land Cruiser 2-Door

If you’re looking for a Toyota Land Cruiser that will stand out from the pack, look no further. What we have here is a 1993 Toyota Land Cruiser that’s been imported to North America, as this particular model was never sold here — and it’s a desirable Land Cruiser for fans of the storied Toyota marque.

This is a 70-Series Land Cruiser, which is well-known globally to be the roughest, toughest version of the Land Cruiser — not luxurious like the 200-Series model sold here in North America, but highly capable, reliable and simple to work on. Although the 70-Series is still sold as a brand-new vehicle in some parts of the world, U.S. import laws mean we can’t have them until they turn 25 years old, as this one is.

This particular 70-Series Land Cruiser is a 2-door version, and it features desirable left-hand drive — not always a guarantee of imported vehicles, since these often come from Japan or Australia, which are right-hand drive markets. This Land Cruiser also features some modifications for improved off-road performance, which likely will be appreciated by the next owner.

If you’re interested, this Land Cruiser is offered by a private seller in Miami, and it’s listed with 173,000 miles for $25,000. That’s big money, but these are desirable SUVs — and it’s likely this one will find an enthusiastic Land Cruiser fan as a buyer. Find a Toyota Land Cruiser for sale

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