For model year 2014, the Tundra was available in five different versions, namely SR, SR5, Limited, Platinum, and the aforementioned luxury 1794.
The Tundra that you see here was originally a SR5 that has been turned into a custom build for the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, so it received a series of visual and mechanical upgrades, all courtesy of FMX rider Cody Elkins.
The first things you’ll probably notice are the 24-inch American Force wheels and the Toyo tires, but the car also features a custom 14 lift, Fox adjustable coil-over shocks, race mesh grills, and a Flo-Pro performance exhaust.
Inside, you’ll be greeted by a fully custom Cody Elkins interior that includes a special stereo system and an avalanche of leather-wrapped parts. There are two LCD monitors inside the car, as well as Bluetooth support should you want to control your phone wirelessly.
Power comes from a 5.7-liter 8-cylinder engine that is paired to an automatic transmission.
The good news is that this one of a kind Tundra is a pretty low-mileage car, as the odometer indicates close to 8,000 miles (12,875 km), according to the eBay listing where the folks over at Crave Luxury Auto garage are trying to find a new owner for it.
This custom build is now being auctioned off online, and the Buy It Now price has been set to almost $60,000. The highest bid at the time of writing, however, is a little over $10,000.