Diesel Toyota Land Cruisers

1990 Toyota Land Cruiser PZJ73 Diesel

136,005 miles. R151 5 speed manual. Call 336.314.9441 asking $25,000

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1975 Land Rover Santana 109 Diesel

Original and unmodified. Call 336.314.9441. Asking $12,500.

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1976 Toyota Land Cruiser HJ45 Pickup

233,449 kilometers. Toyota H series 6 cylinder diesel motor. Call 336.314.9441. Asking $16,500.

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1986 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ73 Diesel

204,810 miles. 3B motor, H55F 5 speed manual. Call 336.314.9441 asking $15,000.

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1980 BJ40 Toyota Land Cruiser

4 cylinder 3.0 liter B engine and 4 speed transmission.

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1988 BJ75 Troopy

3BII diesel motor with 368,000 miles and H55 5 speed manual transmission. The engine currently has 368,000 miles

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1989 BJ73 VM

A 4 or 5 cylinder VM turbo diesel engine was installed with a Toyota H55 5 speed.

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1988 BJ73 VM Land Cruiser

1988 BJ73 with 2.5 turbo diesel VM motor with 125,186 miles (201,468 kilometers).

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1987 BJ73 Land Cruiser

BJ73 features the 3.4 liter 4 cylinder 3BII motor with approximately 170,000 miles

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1985 BJ73 Land Cruiser | Parts Truck

This BJ73 diesel Land Cruiser has a bad 3B motor, thrown rod.

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1987 HJ61 Land Cruiser

12HT turbo diesel engine with 5 speed H55 transmission.

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1985 BJ73 Land Cruiser

One owner truck with 160,000kms (99,419 miles) left hand drive, power steering, power locks.

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1985 BJ61 Toyota Land Cruiser

3B 3.4 liter diesel engine with only 92,500 kilometers (57,500 miles).

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1984 BJ45

3B motor, 4 speed manual transmission, power steering, and full floating rear.

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1979 BJ41 Land Crusier

2B 3.2 liter 24 volt diesel with 91,842 kilometers

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1987 HJ61 Land Cruiser

6 cylinder turbo diesel 12HT motor. Factory locking differentials & AC.

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About Us:

When we started JDM Land Cruisers, Japanese Domestic Market Land Cruisers were our business. Over the years, that model has changed. A few years ago we began sourcing our trucks from Spain and the Canary Islands. We did this in response to the demand for left had drive and rust free Land Cruisers. After some research and exploration, the Mediterranean became the obvious choice as a source for rust free LHD trucks. In our search for vehicles, we source the cleanest most original trucks possible. This is not always easy as Land Cruisers are viewed and used as "work trucks" in most parts of the world. From this "fleet" of used Cruisers, we only purchase and import the best of what is available. We have a team of LC enthusiast and mechanics in Spain that assist in inspection, selection and repair of the trucks. We go through and repair any issues that we find and get the trucks running and driving correctly. At times, there may be issues that we do not fix but we let you know what's not working. Many of the people who are interested in our trucks are DIYers who can replace a broken mirror, replace some worn interior panels, or replace a leaking transfer case oil seal.

What we don't do. We don't buy and sell junk. Any truck we import, we would own and drive ourselves. We are not a Land Cruiser restoration business that sells "better than new" Land Cruisers. Not that there's anything wrong with that! But that's just not our business.

What you can count on when dealing with JDM Land Cruisers. Honesty and integrity. We accurately and honestly represent all of our trucks. Some are "perfect", or pretty close, some are not. We are upfront about what is working and not working with the truck. If there's a problem and we have not corrected it, we will tell you about it. We find that when people's expectations are in line with what they are buying they are happy. If the Land Cruiser exceeds their expectations, even better. People get upset when their expectations are at a higher level than the truck's condition. For us, it's pretty simple. Be upfront and honest, let people know what they are getting, don't play games. Do we miss stuff? Sure. People buy trucks, get them home, drive them around and stuff breaks or we missed something. We've never missed anything big, like not realizing the engine was eating a quart of oil a week. It's little stuff, ashtray is really nasty, rear wiper doesn't work, latch on glovebox door is funky. We do our best to provide a replacement part or help you sort the problem.