As good as it gets. The Tundra has a well-deserved reputation for longevity and reliability, as well as a low cost of ownership. The Tundra will not let you down. The year 1794 pays homage to the once oldest working ranch in all of Texas: JLC Ranch, a 209-year-old, 24,000-acre plot of land that Toyota acquired in 2003. JLC Ranch is now the site of the Japanese automaker’s San Antonio production facility, where it builds its two American trucks, the Tacoma and Tundra. This year, Toyota celebrates 15 years since breaking ground at its San Antonio facility. In its honor, we took delivery of a full-sized Toyota Tundra 1794 Edition. The special trim is stamped with badging and is finished with a unique interior that pays homage to both the ranch and the facility itself. Here are a few things that make this truck special. The 1794 Edition sports a Western-themed interior that includes Lexus-grade saddle brown leather trim as well as heated/cooled/power front seats, power moonroof, parking sonar, dual-zone A/C, auto-dimming rearview mirror, HomeLink, backup camera, available blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert ($470), and Entune premium JBL audio with navigation. Suffice it to say the interior is well-appointed and luxurious, albeit a clear copycat of the digs in a King Ranch. On the exterior, the 1794 boasts unique 20-inch alloys and, of course, the requisite 1794 Edition badges.