2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser

Luc Milam

@mileswmyles

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     Hey dudes! My name is Luc and this rig is my home on wheels. I grew up in a quiet Connecticut river town, spending a lot of time exploring in the woods, instilling in me a deep appreciation for nature. After stumbling onto van life as a wanderlust-filled 15 year old, I was hooked but it remained a pipedream for a few years until I finally decided to go for it!

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Luc Milam

2010

Toyota

FJ Cruiser

4.0L V6

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15 ft.

30 sq. ft.

Truck Camper

None

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Luc Milam’s FJ Cruiser Specs:

  • 2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser

  • 4.0L V6

  • 15 Exterior Length

  • 30 Sq. Ft. Interior Space

  • 14 - 16 Mpg

  • No Bathroom Available

  • Gas

  • Power Supply off Engine Alternator

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        Hey dudes! My name is Luc and this rig is my home on wheels. I grew up in a quiet Connecticut river town, spending a lot of time exploring in the woods, instilling in me a deep appreciation for nature. After stumbling onto van life as a wanderlust-filled 15 year old, I was hooked but it remained a pipedream for a few years until I finally decided to go for it!

        I worked multiple jobs and eventually had the ability to build my first bus at 19, a six-window, GMC Bluebird. It was an amazing experience however as I continued my travels, my needs had changed as did my desired lifestyle. After a brief stint living in a surf shop, the FJ and I found each other. From the very first time I sat behind the wheel, I knew I had made the right call and started to envision the adventures we would go on. Countless backroads, some rather sketchy trails, endless jaw-dropping vistas, and 46 states later, I couldn’t even begin to describe the happiness and awe I have experienced thanks to this vehicle.

       The interior build is a simple 12” wood platform in the rear consisting of various drawers and hatches to neatly organize belongings below the sleeping area as well as a pull-out table for my propane stove. Food, water, clothing, recovery equipment, hiking gear, and practically everything I own have a designated place providing comfort and ease of access. A roof-rack carries my surfboard, traction pads, and hi-lift jack while the spare tire sports a Trasharoo to store tools and more importantly, properly dispose of waste. Future additions include a rooftop tent, gravity solar shower, and more sophisticated cooking set-up.

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