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1985 Toyota Land Cruiser ‘Project Sequoia’

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May 17, 2018

Category: Rides

When it comes to customizer shops that do restomods right, Legacy Overland is at the top of the game. And they’ve added another stunning page to their catalogue with this 1985 Toyota Land Cruiser they’re calling ‘Project Sequoia.’

While the name might conjure up a leisurely drive through the redwood forests of California, the drop top style of this matte black sport utility vehicle is just as suited to beachside cruising. Whatever the case, 3-liter B-Type diesel engine will get you there and back no problem. And the Old Man Emu suspension, vegan leather upholstery, front sport bucket seats and rear side-mounted benches, and Sony Bluetooth-enabled stereo system will ensure you get there in both style and comfort. This bad boy even comes with a classic matched jerry can, in case you forget to fill up between rides. With ‘Project Sequoia,’ the boys at Legacy Overland have truly outdone themselves.

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