Toyota Land Cruiser Museum to open in UtahJune 23, 2012 by: Rituraj Mishra
The Land Cruiser is a remarkable vehicle as it is one of the most sought after and reputed 4x4s. The great thing is it has met expectations and delivered performance for more than 60 years now, and there are no signs of the beast going down. In its 11th incarnation it has come out as a full grown SUV. In honor of the off roader a ‘Land Cruiser Heritage Museum’ will be opened in Tooele, Utah at MillerSports park.
The opening event will be a part of Miller’s annual “Cruisefest”, which in literal terms is a gathering of Land Cruiser and their owners. To get you moving there we can let the secret out about more than 40 versions of the Land Cruiser being present there, among which the oldest is a 1929 FJ25.
Well, this is a chance no one should miss, especially if Off-roaders are your thing. The iconic vehicle will attract fans from all around the world and it is a great monument for the people of Utah and we hope everyone makes it a point to attend the opening. The vehicle deserves some respect now.
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