About the car
This vehicle was built by Toyota, with production starting and finishing in a decade from 1980 to 1990. They were produced in Toyota City, Japan, as well as Cumana, Venezuela, who continued production for a further two years until 1992 for their local market. The body came as a 4-door SUV with four-wheel drive and an engine at the front of the car.
The 60 series retained its predecessors off-road qualities, although the 60 was designed to be a stronger competitor in the emerging sport utility vehicle market. Due to this, the Land Cruiser 60 was featured with a variety of interior upgrades, such as air conditioning, a rear heater, and an interior facelift. The engine size ranged from a 3.4 litre diesel to 4.0 litre petrol and diesel engine and lastly a 4.2 litre which was carried over and unchanged from the ‘40’ series.
In 1981, the Land Cruiser 60 was introduced to South Africa after a stock Land Cruiser took part in Toyota 1000km Desert Race in the rigorous extremes of Botswana. The Land Cruiser 60 comes in a variety of colours, this one being beige.
About the Brand
Toyota was a Japanese multinational car manufacturer, founded by Kiichiro Toyoda and was incorporated in 1937. Toyota’s philosophy is predominately customer focused meaning they’re keen on listening to feedback to improve possible aspects of the company. Toyota is recognised as the industry leader in relation to manufacturing and production.
About the Manufacturer
Kyosho is a model car company established in Tokyo, Japan. It was founded by Hisashi Suzuki in 1963. Kyosho produces a wide variety of detailed die-cast model cars and is also one of the original model remote-controlled (rc) makers in Japan. They can be easily recognised for quality, durability, and a wide variety of cost-effective products on offer.