Drawing on the best of the Jeep and Land Rover, Toyota created its own legendary 4x4 — the Land Cruiser. Originally designed as a military vehicle, the Toyota Jeep BJ entered production in 1953 and began sales to civilians in 1954 with the Land Cruiser name. This 1957 FJ25 features a 3.9-liter inline six and is one of the rarest Land Cruisers made. The truck was exhaustively restored in 2018 in dark green over a brown interior, with even the hubcaps being refreshed. Details like period-correct Firestone military tires and a jerry can abound, with nothing escaping the eye of the Toyota specialist responsible for the work. A numbers-matching example of a very early Land Cruiser, this is one of the best examples of Toyota's famous 4x4 on the market.