The FJ Company is making its debut at the SEMA show in Las Vegas this year, and it’s bringing a a custom FJ43 Land Cruiser referred to as “The Aspen Project”. The build will be unveiled at the FJ Company booth #51315 at SEMA on Nov. 1.
The truck was commissioned by the president of the company, Juan Diego Calle, who wanted a purpose-built, family-friendly beast that could take on the rigors of everyday highway driving as well as the backcountry near Aspen, Col.
Like all The FJ Company builds, this one began with a full frame-off restoration with updates to the power steering, front disc brakes, heating and A/C.
Under the hood is a 210-hpToyota 1FZ engine (a 4.5L DOHC 24-valve inline 6 with Haltech Electronic Fuel Injection) and a 5-speed manual transmission.
The truck has a fresh coat of matte white paint which is offset by matte silver accents and Toyota OEM wheels in gunmetal gray. A Warn 8274 winch ismounted to the original front bumper along with a pair of PIAA 7″ LED fog lights. A custom roll cage was installed for safety.
The vehicle can be seen at SEMA Booth #51315 – located inside the Performance Pavilion.