While it’s not affiliated with Toyota, the independently-owned FJ Company, renowned for restoring classic Land Cruisers, has unveiled its latest project — this stunning 1972 Land Cruiser FJ40.

The revamped aesthetic flaunts a vibrant orange hue and makeup that’s inspired by a Tonka truck the client had as a child. Carefully restored and modernized, the car features notable enhancements like a full, frame-off restoration and even a built-in bottle opener on the custom front bumper.

This unique variation of the vehicle is one of the company’s many restored FJs featured on the company’s website.

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