If you’re wondering who has Matt Farah’s million mile Lexus, it’s these guys, @Robbie_Mo on Instagram.
Did you know that Matt Farah’s Million Mile Lexus only has less than 3,000 miles till it hits that magical 999,999 miles and then we find out what happens? As per the current custodian’s of Matt Farah’s Million Mile Lexus, Robert and Marissa Moschowsky, who took over driving duties of this LS400 village bicycle of sorts earlier this September, they inherited the Lexus with only 10,000 miles to go and will literally be the ones to bring it past its magical one-million mark. It looks like they’re based out of Texas.
Check out their post below informing the world that this 1996 Lexus LS 400 is about to do the impossible, below.
Before these guys were handed the keys, Anton and Ana of @Adventureholix took this Million Mile Lexus across the United States on an epic three-month journey where they literally drove 15,000 miles and then some as they traveled across our great country. You can read about the premise of their trip on their blog and can look through their older posts on Instagram to get a good idea about how they spent their time in the car.
Coincidentally, this Youtuber vlogged about how he helped repair Matt’s Lexus when Ana and Anton broke down near Chicago.
And before Ana and Anton literally dozens of people have driven the car before them, all in the name of getting this Japanese engineering marvel just that much closer to its goal.
If you’re a fan of Matt Farah, The Smoking Tire, and/or just Toyota/Lexus in general, then you’ve probably already heard about “The Million Mile Lexus.”
If you haven’t, Club Lexus did one of the first posts online back in 2014 when Matt’s journey with this car first began when Matt inherited the car with about 900,000 miles on it. I’d also recommend reading Doug Demuro’s piece on this car as he was one of the many people who were lucky to get behind the wheel.
And if you’re wondering, no, this Lexus LS400 probably won’t make it back to California to turn over 1,000,000 as per Robbie_mo, “The most recent plan was to meet in Texas actually but I’m not sure if that’s still a thing or not.”
Whatever happens, I’m sure Lexus is low-key following along. My prediction is that they’ll tear down, inspect, and restore this car back to its original condition. You heard it here first.
If you’re reading @Robbie_Mo, I think I speak for all fans of this car when I say it’d be nice if you posted just a taaaad bit more social media about this Million Mile Lexus. I mean, you don’t have to, but, so many of us (tens of us) are following along and want to know what’s happening! (^_^)V
And for the roomful of us following, follow this page as I’ll surely update you with who has it as it gets passed along before and after a million miles.