Custom Mini-Monster Toyota Tundra Platinum Crew Max – Featured Truck

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The things people do to customize their Toyota Tundra trucks simply amaze us sometimes. Count this one as one that simply amazes us.

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While it may be tough to hear what he is saying, it is easy to see the results. The guys at the Hawaiian tuner Intense Motorsports Maui have built what they claim is “the most expensive and elaborate build ever completed in the region,” according to We can’t disagree.

Besides the elaborate lift with custom suspension, it has a TRD supercharger to go with the “Lexus” like interior. The retractable running boards are a nice touch too.

This truck is probably one of the most polarizing ones we have seen in a while. It seems you are either think it is really sweet or a complete waste of money. Which side are you on?

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  1. Mickey says:

    Although I’m not much on 4×4 and lifted trucks. I’m on the side that knows it’s sweet. I think it looks great. Good thing for the step bars. You need a ladder to get in or out. Definitely for a young person to do that hopping in and out. Women won’t like it too much for that hopping in and out. Guys will love it. So it is “SWEET”. It’s the owners choice to what mods he/she will do. That’s what makes it unique. Also Hawaii costs more period so the cost I can see as much as the truck.

    • Tim Esterdahl says:

      Agreed. It is quite the modified truck. I am a BIG fan of the step bars myself (being 5′ 7″ and all). 🙂


  2. Dennis says:

    like it alot could use just a little bigger tire i beleive but thast my opnion wonder how much did they really spend on that beast? Nice job though it is supper sweet

    • Tim Esterdahl says:


      I wish they would have said either, how much they spent or how much they would sell it for. That would have been sweet.


  3. GoBig says:

    There’s got to be a happy medium between the last two “featured trucks.” Oh yea, it’s called stock.

    I do like Tundras with a leveling kit. That’s usually about a 2″ lift on the front, or perhaps 3″.

    • Tim Esterdahl says:


      LOL! We show stock trucks a lot too, just not “featured.” 🙂


  4. Rick says:

    There was really no pics of the “Lexus-Like interior.” The guy makes no mention of any specific custom interior work (like leather or lighting etc.). The brief shot of the interior is of a stock Platinum dash.

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