Owning a classic car is a roller coaster experience. There's a great sense of pride and accomplishment preserving an old car and driving it out on the road. Not only is it a cool sight, nostalgia just comes flooding in to anyone who sees you cruising in it.
On the flipside, it's a challenge to actually keep it running. Parts are scarce, you're not always assured of reliability, and, of course, the matter of rust. But what if you want an old-schooler without all the baggage associated with it? Enter Renoca.
If you own a previous generation Hiace, an LC80 (1990-1998) Land Cruiser, LC100 (1998-2007) Land Cruiser, or J90 (1996-2003) Prado, you can have it look like their classic counterparts from the 80's. For the Hiace, you can turn your flatnose van into the 1982 to 1989 model with its quad-light arrangement and chrome bumpers. For the Land Cruisers, those can be transformed into the hard-nosed LC60 models. As for the Prado, you can bring back your 90's model back to the 80's with their conversion kit
In all the models, They'll even throw in the stickers, accessories, or both for the complete 80's vibe. Two-tone paint, vinyl tops, chrome mirrors and grills, and even classic steel wheels and hubcaps are just some of the many things you can add to your vehicle. The interior is also customizable, which allows you to fully immerse in the whole retro experience from cloth pattern seats, unique flooring, and many more.
Surprisingly, the retro conversion works pretty well on these specific models, in our eyes at least. The best part is, there's an online configurator so you can let your imagination let loose. A word of warning though, you'll spend a lot of time putting in every possible combination in each car.