My previous was a 2003 Dodge Durango that I bought new and hunted out of it for 14 years. The body gave in, but the drivetrain was still going strong when I sold it. I picked up a 1994 Toyota Land Cruiser in December 2017, with 295K on the odometer in surprisingly good shape for a decent price. I'm still baselining it, and have a nice project list for this spring and summer, but it has been a beast in the woods. Not many places it can't go, and due to that, not many places I won't take her. I added an LED light bar to the roof over xmas and am in the process of building and installing a roof rack for camping trips and hunting. The third row of seats are stored and the second row stay folded up so I have the rear organized with my hunting bins and have hangars for my hunting packs (hunting, predator, & cameras). Once the roof rack is on, I'll be able to load my stands/sticks on the roof and still have room for my chainsaws and tools for clearing at the end of summer when the time comes to re-hang them all.