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The benchmark in Land Cruiser restorations is celebrating the 70th anniversary of the iconic SUV with a special edition FJ62. The FJ62 is the first build to roll out of TLC's new 28,000 sq. ft. facility in Harrisburg, North Carolina. Based off the 1988 Land Cruiser, the TLC FJ62 required more than 2,200 hours of restoration work, which includes a complete frame-off rebuild, a rebuilt 430 hp LS3 engine with a four-speed automatic, and a retooled Old Man Emu suspension and shocks. The FJ62 also features full rear disc brake replacement, restored brake calipers and rotors, BF Goodrich All Terrains with Method Wheels, a full leather interior with a new headliner, a modern infotainment system, and heated seats, power locks, power windows, and upgraded temperature controls. 


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