Land Cruiser Models
We find that most of our clients are interested in the Land Cruiser because of it reputation and heritage. Whatever far corners of the earth we travel to or see on TV, the Land Cruiser is almost every nations first choice. Our intention is to add further value to these vehicles by the services we perform. When you purchase one of our Cruisers, trust that we carefully select each vehicle, and service it to a caliber not seen in the industry at large.
Most people purchase a TLC Land Cruiser for keeps. Most Land Cruiser owners have at least one, often more. We make a great effort to make our services beneficial to our customers, at any budget. Let us know how we can help get you on the road again!
The tough, time proven, no nonsense FJ40 was produced for the U.S. for over two decades (1960-1983). The FJ40 is unmatched in its off-road prowess and equally at home in urban environments due to its remarkably thorough engineering.
The four-door FJ60 (1981-87) and FJ62 (1988-90) wagons offer plenty of room and such creature comforts as air conditioning and a 4-speed manual (FJ60) or automatic transmission (FJ62)
When they first came out, most "Cruiser heads" turned up their noses at these plush modern cruisers. At first glance, they appear to have lost their ruggedness and off road heritage. As the years have passed, we have come to respect the FJ80 series as a true Cruiser.
Expanding on the design focus of the 80 series, the 100 series is further refined, yet primarily focused on daily-driver modern SUV priorities. Often criticized for the departure since solid front axle design in favor of more comfortable and easier to produce independent front suspension (IFS), although that will not be an issue for most drivers.