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We’ve seen lots of custom built trucks roll through our searches but nothing quite this unique and just pure beastly. As we poured over the mod list to this Tundra we were floored with how complete of a dedicated overlander this truck is. As you know, we’ll dig in to all details in just a minute but just step back and take a look at this truck - we imagine ourselves trekking through the Badlands, barreling over boulders one minute and with little effort having camp set-up for the evening, sharing beers with our mates.
First things first here, we’re dealing with a heavily upgraded 2007 Toyota Tundra SR5, with a factory 5.7L V8 good for 381 HP and 401 lbs.-ft. of torque. This truck came loaded with a factory tow package that ‘s good for 10,300 lbs. Of towing capacity and a payload of 1,580 lbs. The cab of this truck is mostly stock but one look at the back half and you can see there’s been a tremendous amount of work put in to this rig.
Let’s start with the suspension, a 6 inch Hijack lift kit comes by way of dope Icon coilovers in the front and Fox shocks in the rear - and 18” Procomp rims are topped off with nearly new 35” All-Terrain tires - not to mention an Air lift rear remote system with adjustable airbags. There are too many goodies tucked underneath this truck to mention here but you’ll have to trust us when we say this thing is loaded.
We want to spend a little time talking about the Canopy - Camper on the back of this truck, it’s loaded with camping essentials and goodies. It’s got a Diesel heater with a thermostat for those cold camping nights. For those longer and trips - there’s a 7 gallon freshwater tank AND and exterior electric shower - talk about kush. There’s also essentials like a 270 degree batwing awning along with an ARB awning and an ARB completely enclosed tent with four walls and a double door.
Moving inside to the cab you’ll be nuzzled by leather seats all-around this Extra Cab truck. Additionally, those with an ear for music will appreciate what the owner describes as a “state of the art” Stereo Head Unit, driven by a computer that supports Apple and Android products and boasts not only a JBL subwoofer but also JBL speakers. DOPE!
From custom paint, tinted windows, and an air-locking rear differential - there’s simply too many mods on this truck to list here, but trust us, if our stable needed another rig this one would be hard to turn down.
With 96,00 miles this truck is no fresh pup but with regular maintenance Toyota trucks have proven to last well over 200,000 miles. Additionally, this truck does have a rebuilt title due to a rear impact, hence the awesome camper installed in its place. The owner has several inspections available for review that indicate no damage was sustained to the vehicle other than to the bed itself.
The owner is willing to add and remove parts in order to get it into your budget but 44K, we say take this thing and run!
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