The world record setting 2010 Toyota Tacoma Polar Expedition will be available for purchase to the highest bidder from January 14-18.
The 2010 Toyota Tacoma Polar Expedition is unlike any other truck, and a dealership in Arizona will accept bids for the vehicle from January 14-18.
Part of Russo and Steel’s 15th Annual Scottsdale Arizona Auction, the Toyota Tacoma Polar Expedition will go home with the highest bidder.
The 2010 Toyota Tacoma Polar Expedition was designed with the help of Arctic Trucks. This organization has a plethora of experience upgrading Tacomas and Hiluxs, and they spared no expense in making this vehicle.
The Polar Expedition comes in a NATO green vinyl wrap over a Graphite interior with a mere 14,281 miles on the odometer. Boasting a 330-gallon extend range tank, 44-inch Mickey Thompson Icepack Tires, an insulted cab with roll cage, a Garmin GPS 526 navigation system, and much more, this truck is powerful in more ways than you can imagine.
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This Toyota Tacoma Polar Expedition was modified for the Thomson Reuters Eikon Polar Expedition, which set a Guniess World Record in December 2011. The truck was used to help set the fastest overland journey to the South Pole, traveling 700 miles in 1 day 15 hours and 54 minutes.
In addition to the truck, the highest bidder will receive extended documentation of this historic journey including trip notes, high resolution photos, and more. It cost $400,000 to build, but it could all be yours if the price is right.
More information about the auction and the 2010 Toyota Tacoma Polar Expedtion truck here.