This Toyota Land Cruiser is a prime example of resto-modding done right.
Build by a company called The FJ Company, it was loving restored from the ground up.
It’s a 1986 model, commissioned by someone in Austin, Texas.
To get it looking this good, the FJ Company took it apart completely and built it back up. The tired, old suspension was replaced with a new Old Man Emu suspension. The bodywork was originally painted red, but the owner chose to go with the olive green hue you see here.
On the inside it has a modern radio and hand-stitched vinyl seats.