Beautifully restored Toyota Land Cruiser FJ70 looks beautiful [Video]

Toyota has been in the automobile business for a long time. The brand offers some of the most successful and iconic SUVs around the world. One of them is the iconic Land Cruiser moniker that has been in production since 1951. Land Cruiser is still considered as one of the most reliable vehicles in the world and is used by celebrities, army and peacemakers around the world. Here is a beautifully restored Toyota Land Cruiser from the yesteryears that looks extremely beautiful.

The exact model year of this restored Land Cruiser is not known but it seems to be from the 1980s. The vehicle has been restored by Green Army Modifications who have not changed much in the vehicle. They have kept it as close to the original version as possible.

The exterior of this Land Cruiser J70 has been restored and new red paint has been added that makes the car look very modern. At the front, the headlamps have been cleaned and restored while we can see a new chrome bumper. It sure adds a premium look to the vehicle. It has a dual-tone paint job. The roof of this SUV is in black colour while the body is in red colour. The contrasting colour makes it look like a modern-day vehicle. The D-Pillar is also in black colour, which adds a floating roof effect.

The rear of this Land Cruiser gets a massive tyre mounted on the split doors. The split doors used to be quite popular as they cover less space when you open the doors. There are two jump seats in the rear that can be folded down to make space and add luggage.

Beautifully restored Toyota Land Cruiser FJ70 looks beautiful [Video]

The vehicle now rides of Maxxis 980 All-Terrain tyres. It also adds an intimidating look to the SUV and makes the stance aggressive. It is something that you will get to see in the high-end modern-day SUVs.

Even the cabin has received a restoration job and it looks fresh. The dashboard of this car is stock and the plastic has been given a polish to make it look new. Nothing has been changed on the inside including the stereo system that only plays audio cassette. Even the AC is said to be in the stock form. The only changes that you will see are the seats. The restorer has added leather to the seats with contrasting red stitching on them. It sure makes for a premium look and makes the car comfortable too. This Toyota Land Cruiser is powered by a 3.5-litre petrol engine. It is quite capable and can take you to extreme locations.