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Enter to Win the Perfect Vintage Land Cruiser, and You'll Help Children in Need

Donate to the GO Campaign and you could win one of Jonathan Ward's incredible Land Cruiser restorations.

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In case you've never heard of it, the GO Campaign is a California-based non-profit that helps orphans and vulnerable children both in the U.S. and abroad by supporting local grassroots projects, where small grants can make an enormous difference. So: if you want to help the GO Campaign and maybe, just maybe, win a stunning vintage off-roader, you should enter this Icon FJ44 Land Cruiser giveaway ASAP.

Icon 4x4 may be the biggest name in off-roader resto-modding, thanks to Jonathan Ward’s artful attention to detail. The vehicle Icon is giving away is a medium-wheelbase FJ44 Land Cruiser in Matte Sand Tan, with a black soft top. Icon gave it a four-door conversion; it now seats six, with three rows of seating. And unlike many vintage Land Cruisers, power won’t be a concern. Icon swapped in a General Motors-sourced 6.2-liter V8, one that puts out 430 hp and 450 lb-ft of torque.

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This FJ44 Land Cruiser has many modern amenities, including Icon 18-inch wheels, heated seats, Brembo brakes, ARB locking differentials, and an AMP power step that extends outward when you open the doors to ease entry.

Right now, the waitlist for an Icon Land Cruiser build is about 2–3 years, and the estimated MSRP for this build is about $220,000. So consider this giveaway not only your chance to get your hands on one much sooner than regular customers, but for far less of an outlay than most folks (unless, of course, you want to buy $220,000 worth of tickets).

The prize includes taxes, shipping and registration costs — and if winning the sweet FJ of your dreams isn’t enough, the vehicle also comes with $20,000 in cash, which you could donate back to the GO Campaign or another worthy cause. Or maybe put toward a more practical daily driver. We’re not here to judge.

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