The Reality of Owning A Vintage Truck
1987 HJ60 Diesel Toyota Land Cruiser

The Reality of Owning A Land Cruiser - 1987 HJ60 Diesel Toyota Land Cruiser - Van Neistat

Late night YouTubbin, came across this video called the “The Reality of Owning A Land Cruiser – 1987 HJ60 Diesel Toyota Land Cruiser” by Van Neistat  from his “Spirited Man” Video Series (SEE VIDEO DOWN BELOW). It’s very cool to see an old 60-Series Land Cruiser still in the mix! Cool videos for those who are on the “creative” side of life, or at least if you have an open mind to life’s approach!

ABOUT THE SPIRITED MAN: “The Spirited Man is an unlimited series about the spirited man or woman who lives inside all of us (and fixing things).”

Van Neistat is known for the Documentary / Drama A Space Program (2015) where the artist Tom Sachs and his team of bricoleurs build a handmade space program and send two female astronauts to Mars. The Hero’s Journey (2017) is a film for Nike that traces the path of an apprentice in the artist’s storied SoHo studio. The Neistat Brothers – Series (2010 -) Each episode spans six weeks in the lives of Van and Casey Neistat.

Van Neistat is a pioneer in digital filmmaking, making his first internet video, The Holland Tunnel, in 2000. He went on to collaborate with New York City artist Tom Sachs, directing a series of short films shown at the Guggenheim Museum in Berlin. Van has since directed dozens more films for the Tom Sachs Studio. In 2010 HBO aired The Neistat Brothers, an 8-episode series of short videos made entirely by Van and his brother Casey Neistat. Van Neistat’s directorial debut feature, A SPACE PROGRAM, co-written by Tom Sachs, premiered at the 2015 South by Southwest Film Festival and opened in theaters nation-wide in spring, 2016. In 2018 Neistat Directed the short film Paradox Bullets, co-written with Tom Sachs, narrated by Werner Herzog, and starring Ed Rushca. Neistat has written and directed commercial projects for Nike, Hurley, Kate Spade, Tory Burch, J. Crew, Twitter, Sleepy Jones and Frances Valentine. His work has been exhibited in museums throughout the world. He lives in Topanga, California.

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