The chassis restructure – and extensive suspension upgrade – was carried out by local conversion specialist JMACX, at a reported cost of $61,585. In its current form, the exotic dual-cab measures more than 6500mm from nose to tail.
Alongside the JMACX modifications, the LandCruiser 79 Series also features a secondary 185 litre fuel tank, bulbar, winch, off-road tyres, UHF radio, snorkel, tub cover, and front and rear parking cameras.
Drive comes from the Toyota's original 4.5-litre turbo diesel V8 engine, sending 151kW/430Nm to all six wheels via a five-speed manual transmission. A through-drive differential sends power to the rear-most axle.
The odometer shows the vehicle has clocked 19,654km since new.
The listing comes as the price of LandCruisers skyrocket nationwide, with many used and demo examples selling for significantly more than the as-new recommended retail price and, in some cases, trading for more than $150,000 in unmodified form. Meanwhile, another six-wheel example – with more than 15,000km on the clock – was recently listed for $220,000.