Toyota Land Cruiser 79 Series By All 4 Adventure

Dec 11, 2018

Category: Rides

Traveling through sunburnt lands his whole life, Jase Andrews, the host of Australia’s All 4 Adventure four-wheel-drive custom builds TV show, always strives to create the very best 4X4 expedition monsters. Andrews and his team’s latest project is the Toyota Land Cruiser 79 Series and it’s an all-terrain animal.

The head of the beast is sporting a custom bull bar and grille, Livid Night Armour rock lights, and custom twin stainless steel snorkels all by Vogue Industries, mixing aggressive aesthetics with functionality. To trample over the toughest terrain, it has an EFS 4WD suspension lift kit for high-caliber on-road handling, heavy-duty coils in both the front and rear, and ‘Xtreme’ shock absorbers for off-road domination. It’s also packing G-Turbo for engine optimization, as well as a custom exhaust and airbox. The Land Cruiser 79 is also decked out with a Rhino-Rack Batwing awning, 2019 Norweld Deluxe Canopy, and front and rear winches capable of hauling up to 12,000 lbs for rescue missions. This truly is the expedition vehicle of our dreams.

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