And It can be yours for under 30K.
With everything that's happening in our world, a zombie apocalypse wouldn't seem that crazy. That's exactly why you need a car that can withstand the trials and tribulations of an undead apocalypse. Well we've found the car for you: a 2013 Toyota Tundra 4x4 that has been extensively modified to cope with hordes of mindless piles of flesh. This car is up for auction over at Bring a Trailer with only a couple of hours left on the clock, and at a price that will most likely remain under $30K, it should go to a decent home. Can you really put a price on your own safety?
So let's dig into the build: this 2013 Tundra was delivered with a TRD Off-Road Package and has only 48K miles on the clock.
Standard equipment includes a 5.7-liter V8 engine mated to a six-speed auto transmission, a four-wheel-drive system, and a gray leather interior with navigation and your standard backup camera. We wish it came with the new generation twin-turbo engine, but that's wishful thinking. The truck was refinished in Line-X exterior coating by the previous owner. Other exterior mods include custom bumpers and skid plates, a 17,500-pound winch as well as a loudspeaker, bed cap, and roof rack. ARB Intensity V2 LED driving lights, a cool-looking ARB snorkel and 20-inch Fuel Hostage wheels wrapped in 37-inch x 13.5 inch Toyo Open Country M/T tires finish off the exterior mods.
The list of suspension mods by itself is massive and includes a seven-inch suspension lift as well as a three-inch body lift combined with air suspension, Fox Racing Shox, and BDS Suspension components which include upper control arms, traction bars, skid plates, a custom rear differential skid plate, and Heim-joint sway-bar links.
The interior gets power-adjustable front seats, dual-zone climate control, navigation, and a 12-speaker JBL sound system. Modifications to the interior include a loudspeaker control unit for warning rivaling survivors of your approach, dual console-mounted fire extinguishers, laser-etched console switches, and an electronic brake-proportioning valve. This truck was acquired from the previous owner in the spring of 2020 and has since had its front brakes replaced, performed an alignment, and has had an oil change.
This Tundra would make Mad Max proud. Offered with a clean Carfax report, manufacturers literature, and a clean California title, the current bid stands at $28,700.