2020 Custom 4x4 of the Year

With the shortlist cut to just 12, it’s up to you to decide which tinkered 4x4 will take home the coveted Custom 4x4OTY crown.

4X4 Australia Custom 4x4 of the Year 2020

WE'VE been graced with a bounty of epic tinkered fourbies throughout the year, from meticulous, subtle projects right up to in-your-face, ball-tearing builds screaming for your attention.

We’ve stripped that list of custom 4x4s back to just 12 vehicles, with the finalists ranging from a one-of-a-kind single-cab Troopy, to a goliath 2500 and even a 6WD family hauler – and everything in between.

The eclectic bunch of fourbies proves that with the right attitude (and the right advice) anyone can build the vehicle of their dreams, suited to their budget of course.

We now shift the responsibility over to our readers, as it’s up to you to vote for the best custom 4x4 of the year. Here are our finalists, in no particular order.

Voting is now closed.

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