2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser TRD Street Version, Supercharged,Big Brakes, One of One!

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Toyota
  • Model: FJ Cruiser
  • Type: Cab & Chassis
  • Trim: Premium
  • Year: 2007
  • Mileage: 49,029
  • VIN: jtezu11f770015203
  • Color: Silver & Black
  • Engine size: V-6 Supercharged
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows
  • Fuel: Premium Unleaded
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Safety options: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag
  • Options: CD Player, Leather Seats, Sunroof
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser Premium Description

I never thought the day would come I would consider selling my beloved FJ Cruiser. Hands down the most useful, fun and reliable car I have ever owned. Garage space and a new car that is close in capability has my FJ now up for sale.I am the only owner of the FJ. I bought it new in 2007 and it just crossed 49,000 miles. I bought the long-term warranty and only once did I use it...the water pump started to leak and was replaced 3 years ago. Shortly after buying it I decided to make a street version of a Japanese Range Rover of G-Wagon. Mine was not a 4 x 4, nor did I want or need one, I just liked the way they looked and thought I could make it look even cooler. Based over the years of the people who stopped to talk to me about it, take pictures of it etc I realized I did ok.
First I started with the stereo. I spent about 6 k over a period of a year with custom speakers, enclosures, TRU amp, went through several head units ending with the latest Pioneer with Nav/CarPlay/BT/XMetc etc and a remote start Viper alarm system. You can even pay to turn it on with your phone and track the car etc.Everything was done at a well regarded shop in HB, all custom wiring, upgraded battery etc.
Then came power:The dealer installed the TRD Supercharger and fit kit as well as a Cold Air Intake. I had a custom Borla exhaust system fitted and it gives it a nice rumble. There has been many a car surprised as the FJ destroys them off the line. The car can actually do burnouts if you so choose.
After adding the power the TRD Big Brake kit was installed ( I also have two brand new TRD rotors boxed that go with the car) TRD Shocks and sway bars that were made for the car were installed and end links. I won't tell you this handles like a Euro SUV, only that it handles better than stock.
Since I am now going faster, an EscortZ4 Laser defense system is installed and is wired for a radar detector.
Then came the lighting. I had the headlights built for me by a shop in New York, I had projectors designed and painted from a Lexus with Xenon ballasts plugging into the OEM plugs. Also did the LED driving lights in the grill as well as the corners from the FJ model exported to other countries which gives you Daytime running lights and fog lights. The car can pretty much light up Southern California.
I went through several sets of wheels but the final set as you see pictured are 20" riding on Michilins and really set off the black painted top I commissioned after trying a wrap. I really liked the deletion of the white top. I then made the choice of adding a panoramicsunroof. It opened up the cave like interior and while I rarely open it I do like that when I do I don't get hassled much about tinted windows.
The next thing I did was controversial as I removed the rear spare tire assembly. I figured I had AAA and if I got a flat they could flat bed me to my spare in my garage. On a longer trip could throw it in the back. I have everything to return to stock but I liked it off the back- that was my choice. I went with darker LED tail lights, dual black exhaust tips and a rear spoiler from Japan.
The interior was fun to mod. Outside of the stereo I bought a 1k carbon fiber steering wheel from Japan, installed a matching shifter, custom gauges including a trick install of a boost gauge in the gauge cluster on the dash. Also added leather covers ( seats underneath them are pristine new) dual arm rests, metal rolling storage box, trim rings, upgraded grab bars, 3 seats of mats including all weather from weather-tech and OEM ones from Toyota. Every single Toyota accessory of note including door sills, out side gloss black trim etc etc. There are so many modifications I would need a long time to list everything. But after 10 years of ownership I have pretty much exhausted the internet.
Also included is new OEM from grill, aero racks with air bridge all keys window sticker and manuals.
The car has been serviced at every interval. I did the 60k mile service last year because I knew I would never hit 60k in the next 3-4 years. It runs perfectly. Drives straight, AC blows cold, no weird noises etc. It also has a brand new windshield installed last month that is flawless.
I just sold a Porsche Spyder last month and can point you in that direction, that buyer is not only happy he is over joyed. People often say to me " I want your cars when you sell them" You may hear that written or said but look at my feedback. I have sold 7 cars over the years on EBay, including a M5, E30 M3 and others and every single buyer is a FB friend now and we stay in touch. Because my cars are well kept and ready to be enjoyed.
I have a binder over 1.5 inches thick of laminated receipts.
I don't want trades so keep your 67 Ford Truck, no planes unless you have a F-18 with ordnance, certainly no boats unless it's a Trident with the codes ;) If you don't have feedback, ping me first or I will retract your bid. I will not be disclosing my reserve so do not ask. You can certainly make offers.I am certainly forgetting things but ask.Thank you