Indestructible is a word that could be invented for the Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60. Now add two additional and more unlikely words: “bespoke" and “luxury". This 1986 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60 - that’s Toyota’s jargon, not ours - still won’t be broken on your next desert safari but you’ll be travelling in hand-wrought comfort. What’s more this bare metal rebuild is by Connecticut specialists Legacy Overland who never leave a bolt unreplaced - and it’s been up for sale.

“California lifestyle inspired” is how Legacy Overland themselves describe this combination of tough past and sybaritic present. At refurbished base this remains a 1986 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60, still eager after almost four decades to tackle and devour whatever you can throw at it. It’s fitting then that it’s finished in what Legacy Overland call Desert Storm Tan, the finishing touch to a bare frame restoration, a total rebuild of the venerable six-cylinder engine and, among many other additions, a roof rack to carry spares and perhaps your essential overland wardrobe pieces.

Look inside and the owner of a more average Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60 would be more than a little surprised. Ruggedness is still expressed by body colour on the dash, well some of it. Because your eye’s immediately drawn to the richly upholstered seating, door cards and carpets. That’s Harris Tweed, hand-woven on the Outer Hebrides, to the seats, both luxurious and tough. Carpeting on this one-of-a-kind Toyota Land Cruiser, say Legacy Overland in their build notes, is vintage Porsche square weave with a leather edge trim. Nice.

Rebuilt mechanicals remain in eat-your-dinner-off-them condition since the Legacy Overland Toyota Land Cruiser has covered just 532 miles since the rebuild. Essentially this is a brand new off-roader, with all the abilities and style to cruise the car shows while always being eager for your next five-star adventure. Did we mention there’s a 1000 watt amplifier to drown out the elephants when their pesky trumpeting becomes a bit much? This is one has that covered.

There’s one piece of bad news about this bespoke Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60: it’s now in the hands of a new owner, courtesy an auction over at the addictive Bring A Trailer. Virtual hammer price was £120,000 which, to be fair, is a lot for a Toyota Land Cruiser FJ60 that celebrates its 38th birthday this year. But then: think of that hand-woven Harris Tweed. Bespoke luxury in an indestructible setting? We’re sold.

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