I am putting up my 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser up for sale. The vehicle is a 6-speed manual @ 112,###k miles with many aftermarket parts. Ive had the truck for about 4 years now. I've put on the majority of the mileage on the highway traveling from CT to Eastern Mass. This truck was never used to its FULL potential. It has been offroad less than 10 times and there was no real rock crawling.
Rear Differential Lock
A-Trac (button mod)
Rear parking sensors (haven't worked since I got it at 42k miles)
Power Door Locks
A/C (blows cold)
Metal Tech 4x4 Front Tube Bumper w/ winch mount
PIAA 520 Lights
Engo 9k winch w/ synthetic rope
Aftermarket Shift Knobs
Rosen head unit w/ Nav
ICON 07-09 FJ Cruiser Ext. Travel Front Coil-Over Shock Kit
Metal Tech 4x4 Rear Ext. Travel Shock kit w/ Timbren Bump Stops and extended SS brake lines
Steel RCI Skid Plates (front skid and lower control arm skids
SpiderTrax wheel spacers (1" on all 4 corners)
Level 8 Wheels (17x8) w/ Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac Tires (285/70/17). Same setup on the spare
Factory Toyota Rock Sliders
Trail Teams Door Handles and Mirrors
Oznium Interior LED lights
Husky Liners front floor mats
EBC Front and Rear Rotors
EBC YellowStuff Pads
K&N Air Filter
MBRP Stainless Cat-back exhaust (off-road style w/ tucked tailpipe)
I have performed the body mount chop on the truck and had it professionally welded.
There are no holes in the dash. I haven't mounted anything in the cabin.
Interior is in great condition. No rips / no tears / non-smoker
The rear cargo area has its scratches from transporting items.
Always used synthetic oil since 42k (dont know what was used in its prior life)
Recently replaced rear axle seals . Rear diff fluid. Battery, Timing Belt, Replaced Rear Shock, Front wheel bearing,
The truck is a blast and has a ton of life left in it. I recently got a company vehicle and haven't used this for whats its built for in a long time. Too much money just sitting in the driveway. This is an incredible expedition vehicle and needs to be used as such!!
Truck is located in CT
Thanks for looking!