The Toyota Land Cruiser began development in 1951 as Toyota's version of a Jeep-type vehicle and went into production in 1954. It has been produced in convertible, hardtop, station wagon and utility-truck versions and is the longest-running series in Toyota's history. It is renowned globally as a go-anywhere, do-anything vehicle and enjoys iconic status in the world of off-road travel.
The museum is open by appointment only, so if you find yourself out in Utah this summer be sure to call ahead if you want to check it out. Those interested should contact Tobie Warner at 801-563-4179. To see the latest style FJ Cruisers locally, visit Tom Wood Toyota- they have plenty in stock!