When you think of a typical firetruck, what image comes to mind? Perhaps something big, unwieldy, and doused in red. Nine times out of ten, that’s the response you’ll hear. But for the person who responds with “an ‘80s Toyota Land Cruiser,” well…they have a point too.
The same can be said of the Land Cruiser’s rear pump controls, all in Japanese, which were built by the Morita Fire Pump Company and accommodate another pair of jump seats.
Add it up and this fire-fighting Land Cruiser can ferry seven passengers, though with only 3,520 kilometers (2,187 miles) on the clock, this Toyota doesn’t look like it fought many fires at all.