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Last chance to win our Project Toyota HiLux

29 Jun 2016 News

The competition to win our Project Toyota Hilux ends soon, so enter now before it’s too late.

Last chance to win our Project Toyota HiLux

ENTRIES for our Loaded Lux competition close on July 7, so you’ve got a week to get yours in and be in the running to drive home in this amazing adventure package.

Click here for your chance to win 4x4 Australia's Custom Toyota Hilux.

However, before we give it away we took it to the snow for a bit of fun – along with a Ford Ranger from UNEEK 4x4.

We’re happy to say all the components and accessories we’ve added to the Hilux work well together and the vehicle drives remarkably well on-road. It also hits the off-road tracks with confidence and composure.

Project Toyota HiLux driving with ford rangerWe’d like to take this last chance to thank all the companies that have partnered with us for the project – from Red Plum Automotive, who found the car for us in the first place, to those that added parts and accessories. These include Terrain Tamer and Flashlube, TJM 4x4, Mean Mother, Lightforce, TJM Airport West, Cooper Tires, EFS Suspension, Ironman 4x4, Ontrack Automotive, Marks 4WD, MSA 4x4 Accessories, HEMA Maps, DPChip, Piranha Offroad Products, Harrop Engineering, Opposite Lock and MAXTRAX. These companies all manufacture top-class products and they have all come together to improve this old Hilux 100-fold.

Project Toyota HiLux rear wheel spinFinally a big thank you to Michael Hurren, who has spent days in cold workshops filming the products going on to the Lux and then many more hours editing the footage for the great build videos.

All the hard work paid off with this rewarding day out in the snow and mud, which showcased how well the build has come together.

Project Toyota HiLux downhillSo get your entries in now. You don’t want to miss your chance to WIN!

Want to know how we built the Project Toyota HiLux? Follow the link to find out.