In an industrial area of Salt Lake City is an old warehouse stuffed full of Toyota Land Cruisers from over the years.
The original ones were based on a Willy’s Jeep, and by 1942 were in production. By the 1950s this vehicle had become known as the Land Cruiser.
The Land Cruiser is popular throughout the world, but has especially strong sales in Australia.
The Land Cruiser has been used for special purposes and expeditions throughout it’s history.
While the museum has a large collection, from a photography perspective it is difficult as they are all jammed in together, with barriers preventing from going between them for closer looks.
This, coupled with a fairly high entrance fee, made this a less than desirable stop for me.