1998 Toyota Land Cruiser HZJ75RV Edition (4x4) - Troop Carrier (Troopy) - $35,000 SOLD
This 1998 Toyota Land Cruiser (HZJ75RV RV Edition) is a right-hand drive troop carrier “Troopy” that was acquired in Australia and imported to the US in 2023. A 4.2-liter diesel inline-six drives the rear or all four wheels through a five-speed manual transmission and a two-speed transfer case. Built in Japan.
The truck is finished in its original white color over tan fabric and equipped with aftermarket front ARB bumpers, OEM snorkel, two inch lift EFS. Engine has 229,472 miles. This HZJ75RV is offered with importation documents, and a clean Washington State title in the seller’s name.
The truck is finished in its original white color with original RV Edition decals design. It features ambulance-style cargo doors, sliding side windows, ARB front bumper, OEM snorkel and locking Aisin hubs. Minor blemishes and dents on the paint are visible.
TIRES - WHEELS - SUSPENSION - BRAKES
Aftermarket Sunrasia wheels were mounted with newer Yokohama Geolander AT-X tires. Spare tire is an Open Country Toyo AT housed on the rear door. , along with an alignment. The truck is equipped with power-assisted steering and front disc brakes. T.
Yokohama Geolander AT-X
2' EFS Lift
- REDARC Trailer brakes
A three-spoke Toyota steering wheel frames the instrumentation including a 200km/h speedometer with a six-digit digital odometer showing 369,298km (229,472 miles)
Original Toyota fabric seats. OEM card doors and panels OEM door seals, handles & trim. Cargo barrier. Second row forward facing seats.
1HZ ENGINE: 4.2-LITER, 12-VALVE SOHC INLINE 6 CYLINDER.
The 1HZ Toyota Landcruiser 4.2 litre (4164 cc) diesel inline 6-cylinder 12-valve SOHC (overhead camshaft) is of the IDI or indirect injection design, and delivers maximum power of 96 kW (129 hp) at 3800 rpm and maximum torque of 285 N⋅m (210 lbf⋅ft) at 2200 rpm., Denso alternator, Denso starter.
1HZ ENGINE FAST FACTS
Production years: 1990-Present
Horsepower: 131 PS (129 hp; 96 kW)
Torque: 285 N⋅m (29 kg⋅m; 210 lb⋅ft)
Transmission: Five-speed manual
The Toyota 1HZ was first used in the Land Cruiser 70 series in 1990. It features a cast iron engine block that carries on Toyota’s tradition of extreme durability and reliability. It is one of Toyota’s biggest inline 6 engines.
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GENERAL HISTORY OF THE 70 SERIES LAND CRUISER
Toyota’s 70 Series is the longest running Land Cruiser series to date. They originally came out in 1984 and can still be purchased new in dealership showrooms worldwide with the exception of North America and a few other countries. 70 Series Land Cruisers established themselves as one of the most reliable and versatile 4WD vehicles ever to be built. The longer wheelbase Troopcarrier model (75 hardtop) or Troopy is an absolute icon around the world. For decades it has been the vehicle of choice for The United Nations, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent and many non-governmental organizations. Military, police and fire departments of several countries use them in their fleets. These workhorses are also used by mining companies around the world. They also are used by farmers, as remote public transit vehicles, bush touring and world travelers. This is a great opportunity to own a truly legendary Toyota Land Cruiser Troopcarrier 75 Series (Troopy) and experience first hand why this vehicle has become the most iconic 4WD in the world. Click here for more info on the 70 Series Land Cruiser models or read this guide on the Toyota Land Cruiser 70 Series.
1998 Toyota Land Cruiser HZJ75RV Troop Carrier (Troopy) Right-hand-drive. Japanese built, purchased and imported from Australia to the US in 2023. Price $35,000 or OBO
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