Immortal: 1964 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ 40
We’ve owned an FJ 40, FJ 60 and currently own an FJZ 80 and all of them have been the source of great joy. No, they aren’t particularly fun to drive – unless you get it off the pavement. That is where you feel invincible. And you can fix these things (if they ever need to) in your sleep. We talk about patina and this FJ has plenty. Coincidentally, it has about as much patina as the example we owned. Like its American competition, the JEEP CJ, the top and doors can be removed to add an additional thrill to your commute. You can buy a Tribute to the FJ from Icon for a bit north of $100 grand or you can snap this one up for $10,000. On Craigslist.