Let your imagination run wild.

From the vast rainforests of Brazil, emerges a different kind of Land Cruiser. In a former life, it introduced tourists and thrill-seekers to the Amazonian wild. Today, it awaits its next adventure.  Yep. That’s right. We finally have a Bandeirante on our hands - and a crew cab at that!

You couldn’t ask for a better blank canvas for a custom build!  Where to begin?    Our crew-cab bodies are destined for our Signature projects, where we upgrade the power/drivetrain configuration to a new Toyota 1GR-FE and a new Toyota 5-speed manual.   Our second generation of Signature builds include front coil suspension, ABS brakes, traction control, among others.   Essentially a modern vehicle wrapped into the look of a vintage Toyota Land Cruiser.  After that, the sky is truly the limit.

However, no matter what you decide to create with us, one thing you’ll truly appreciate about this truck, is its unique body. At first glance, it looks a lot like an FJ45 pickup, but its square headlights and four doors suggest something different - a late model year Bandeirante.

Bandeirantes were a series of Toyota Land Cruisers produced in Sao Bernardo do Campo, Brazil. In 1991, when this bad boy was born, around 6,750 Bandeirantes rolled off the line — but not all were crew cabs like this one. The crew cab is as unique as it gets in the Land Cruiser world. You can comfortably seat five in the cabin and throw your equipment in the back for a serious adventure. Maybe even grocery shopping will be fun after all. 

Interested?  Send us your inquiry below and let’s get started!

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