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2018 Toyota Tundra 1794 Edition: THE SAFEST TRUCK IN THE WORLD?!
Here is a quick history lesson about what the 1794 edition means from http://www.toyotatexas.com/ : "From horses and cattle to horsepower and trucks, the oldest working ranch in Texas becomes the first Texas pickup truck automotive plant. Few places are as linked to the history of San Antonio and early Texas as the JLC Ranch. In 1794, a young colonist from the Canary Islands, Juan Ignacio de Casanova, received a royal grant for a league of rolling pastureland between Leon Creek and the Medina River. On this fertile land, he established El Rancho de la Purisima Concepcion, and later expanded his holdings to more than 24,000 acres. Ignacio later defended San Antonio from Mexican revolutionary forces attempting to break away from Spain. He served briefly as the Spanish Provincial Governor of Texas before his death in October 1823. His son, Jose Ignacio Perez continued to ranch the land. During the Texas Revolution, Perez remained loyal to the Mexican Government, moving his family to property along the Rio Grande. He continued to pay taxes on the ranch, which helped him reclaim the land when he returned in 1846. The Texas Republic recognized only the original land grant of 4,000 acres. This was passed on to Perez's descendants as the JLC Ranch until it was acquired by Toyota in 2003. Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas, Inc. purchased 2,600 acres of this ranchland south of downtown San Antonio. After donating 600 acres to the City of San Antonio to create greenspace along Leon Creek and the Medina River, Toyota broke ground in 2003 and began operations in 2006, forever linking the ancient family histories of Juan Ignacio de Casanova and Sakichi Toyoda." In this video we take a look at a fully loaded redesigned 2018 Toyota Tundra 1794 edition! This is another fine example of a luxury truck with some amazing safety features! HUGE shoutout to Wyatt Johnson Toyota for hooking us up with many of their new Toyota models! Several more Toyota Reviews will be coming to the channel very soon! Their info will be below! As usual if you like what you see please drop a like on the video and subscribe to the channel so you do not miss any more amazing videos! We have a lot planned and we just barely getting started! Thank you all so much for 100 Subs! Lets add a couple more zeros to that in the future! ;) Wyatt Johnson Toyota: https://www.wyattjohnsontoyota.com/ Follow our Instagram for daily Updates: https://www.instagram.com/p_and_b_cars/ Check out our sponsors: https://garageamino.com/ itunes.apple.com/us/app/strada-find-car-meets/id1282233083?mt=8 Music in video provided by: https://soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Camera: Canon T3i Rebel Editing: iMovie Thanks for all the continued support!! Rate, comment, Subscribe!

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