The Toyota Land Cruiser Prado is known for combining exceptional off-road performance with quality and dependability. However, because it is not a cheap vehicle to buy, that reputation comes at a cost.
This does not preclude you from possessing one, at the very least a wooden toy car.
Go to YouTube and type in "Woodworking Art" if you ever find yourself with some spare time.
The carver created a scale model of a Toyota Land Cruiser Prado by carving blocks of wood.
Although the design isn't perfect, we're sure that many of you, dear readers, will appreciate the woodcar's handiwork.
The Toyota Land Cruiser has been used for off-roading for 70 years, and the most recent models are some of the best-looking vehicles ever made.
We believe that the folks at Woodworking Art were able to translate that beauty into the wooden model.
Even more unique is the fact that the model has moving parts.
The front and back suspensions, in addition to the wheels, are operating properly. The bonnet, engine cover, and doors all open, and the steering is also working. This includes the split tailgate, which opens up to reveal a back seat and is hinged.
The effort put into making the Toyota Land Cruiser Prado as detailed as possible is noteworthy.
The tires, which even have a tread pattern, and the alloy wheels, which look just like real wheels, have been made with a lot of effort.
The wooden toy's side runners, roof bars, and wing mirrors are all minor details that have been included to give it an authentic appearance.