It’s pretty normal for builders to focus in on one segment of the market when prepping their projects for the annual SEMA show. One year it might be Raptors, another Super Duty pickups, or maybe imports with fart pipes. This year, thankfully, is the year of the vintage truck from early Broncos to patina’d Suburbans to, in the case of the Bilstein booth, a completely resto-custom 1972 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser. Profitt’s Resurrection Land Cruisers had several vehicles at the show this year, but one that really, really caught our eye was this particular 3FE-powered FJ on a customized frame and build Toyota axles. The three-link front and a four-link year made the perfect platform to show off the Bilstein 8125 shocks and 9100 bumpstops. Add in the super-clean interior, ‘cage, and sweet undercarriage armor and we were sold.