Originally created as a two-door SUV to compete with Jeep and Land Rover, Toyota’s FJ40 Land Cruiser series has long held a cult following among off-road enthusiasts due to its ruggedness and unique design. This FJ40 from 1979 gets a custom restoration draped in an alluring matte black hue, with the theme extending to the bumpers and wheels, down to the upholstered seats and floor. The rare short wheelbase body is combined with dual ambulance doors, a fixed hard top and off-road radials for a stronger grip. Equipped with a four-speed manual transmission and a 3.9L/inline-6 cylinder, this vehicle is capable of handling a variety of terrains and conditions in style. The 1979 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser is available to purchase now at Hemmings marketplace.