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Go Anywhere In The Icon 1970 Land Cruiser FJ40

There are classic rides and custom creations. Today we get a nice combination of both as we get a look at the Icon 1970 Land Cruiser FJ40. This stunning machine was built by Jonathan and Jamie Ward as a tribute to the legendary Land Cruisers of old. The ride is built on top of a J40 Land Cruiser, with a 350 hp 5.7L GM RamJet V8 engine under the hood. The body was hand-built and is crafted from H52 aluminum body painted in a hybrid blend of Teflon and Spruce Green Cardinal paint powder.

Inside we find seats of OF German marine vinyl which boasts Chilewich textile details. The floors are coated in polyuria while the dash features old school gauges with knobs for functions like the wipers and lights. The ride is completed with a removable hardtop roof and side panels, Teflon-coated ATX Mojave wheels, and much more. Check out the eye-catching machine in the images below and speak your thoughts on it after the jump. Place your bid on this beast of a machine at EBTH immediately!

Photos provided by EBTH

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