This 1993 Toyota Land Cruiser KZJ78 Prado is right-hand drive that was built in March 1993. Finished in blue with a full repaint and blue cloth interior, the truck is powered by a 3.0-liter turbo diesel inline-four paired with a four-speed automatic transmission and a two-speed transfer case. Features include 16” Dean aluminum FJ40 inspired wheels, 2” lift and 33” mud tires. Recent work carried out consists of new shocks, oil change along with a fuel filter, and air filter. This 70-Series Prado shows 226k kilometers (~136k miles) and is now offered with Oregon title.
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The truck features electric locking front hubs and has been fitted with a lift kit with aftermarket shocks and springs.
The cargo area features tie downs and rear windows that kick out for additional ventilation.
Refurbishment in Japan includes a full repaint, lift, Dean wheels,
1KZ-TE Engine, 3k CC, 3 Liter
Frigid cold air conditioning
Solid axle front/rear with coil over springs.
4 Hi, 2 Low, 2 Hi
Sport Mode, Eco Mode
Electric Hub Lockers
2nd row seating multi direction adjustments
Turbo Diesel 4 Cylinder
New 33” Mud Tires
Original vintage cloth interior
All functioning mechanical and electrical, AC blows cold.
70 Series Land Cruisers were not imported into the US but saw use in Japan, Africa, Australia and Central/South America. Driving a RHD is easily undertaken on US roadways and requires very little time to adjust. Parts are readily available and many Toyota shops will eagerly work on these vehicles.