Land of Rust Toyota FJ60

toyota-fj60-leadFrom the California mythology department of our broken dreams division comes this Toyota FJ-60 Land Cruiser in Vermont. This rusted through example of one tough 4X4 truck serves as a reminder of what to look for before purchasing that old rust bucket restoration project. While the rust is somewhat obvious here, peeling up a carpet or two and looking for hidden rust is a good idea before any old automobile purchase. This FJ-60 appeared to be part of the 500-dollar car and truck vortex, apparently created by the Concrete Ape in Vermont. The FJ was directly in the shadow of the mighty ape. A frozen Volkswagen Beetle was also seen not far from the aggregate and reinforced steel primate. Asking price? 500-dollars. Travelers be advised. Thanks to the impressive powers of genuine Vermont road salt and salt-filled slush, this Toyota had an added feature not found on non-rusted desert climate examples. Look closely and marvel at the handy driver side rear fenderwell road flare dispenser, an unique option available free of charge on this Toyota Land Cruiser.


  1. says

    Aw, c’mon. You oughta know that we Vermonters consider that a pristine Landy. After all, it hasn’t yet been fitted with a plow.

  2. Red.Amx says

    This Land Cruiser has been through an extensive and lengthy chemical lightening process.

  3. facelvega says

    That’s just what you call patina. It looks particularly fetching against the grandma’s-tooth color of the remaining paint.