Whether your passion is Hiking, Mountain Biking, Kayaking, Hunting, Fishing, or just Looking Cool; Lost Pines Customs can help you accessorize your vehicle today!
We’ve been customizing a variety of vehicles here in Bastrop, Texas since 2011. No assembly line, no factory and no, we’re not just throwing a chrome strip on the side of your door panel. We make sure to listen to the vision you have for your Toyota truck and make sure that it’s brought to life.
Every custom truck is built by hand from the ground up, right here in Texas. Here at Lost Pines Toyota, we use only top-quality components from professional outfitters such as Pro Comp, Readylift, Ruf Country, Icon Dynamics and Ekstrom Design LLC; one of the first companies to design lift kits for the TRD Pro. No matter what lift kit you choose we will make sure that it provides the smoothest ride possible.
Lost Pines Customs & Accessories offers what the others can’t:
– Financing available
– Custom built to suit your active lifestyle
– Unmatched customer service from the first contact to the time we hand you your keys
– Lost Pines Customs & Accessories provides a stress-free environment
Call us for more information on accessorizing your vehicle… Or building one from the ground up! We’re here to help you at Lost Pines Customs & Accessories: (512) 303-1200.
Last month, the Bastrop Advertiser and Smithville Times asked you to vote for your favorite businesses in the Best of Bastrop County 2017. Categories ranged from ‘Around Town’ and ‘For the Home’ to ‘Dining & Drinking’ and ‘Personal Services’.
We’re happy to announce that Lost Pines Toyota won best Car Dealership and our very own Jesse Torres won best Car Salesperson. We’d like to thank Bastrop County for the love and support you’ve given us. Lost Pines Toyota could not have achieved this without you.
This is the sixth year in a row Lost Pines Toyota has won best Car Dealership, and Jesse Torres first time winning best Car Salesperson in the Best of Bastrop County. Check out the reactions from both Carlos Liriano and Jesse Torres:
We’d like to congratulate our Dealer Principal Carlos Liriano for winning the National Association of Minority Automobile Dealers (NAMAD) Diversity Advocacy Award last month! The award is given to members that are public servants in their communities and advocates for minorities. Carlos received his award at the 2017 NAMAD Annual Conference. This year’s conference was held at the Fontainebleau in Miami, Florida from July 11 – 14.
Born in Cuba, Carlos and his family immigrated to the United States at when he was only nine years old. They made their new home in New Orleans, Louisiana where Carlos climbed through the ranks of the automotive dealer industry. Through his hard work and success at both Toyota of Slidell and Northshore Toyota, he established Lost Pines Toyota in March 2012.
“After immigrating to America as a child, I have been blessed with opportunities and now I am able to return this blessing, not just to people within my own community, but to all minorities,” said Liriano.
Today, Carlos is the Dealer Principal at Lost Pines Toyota, co-founder of the Liriano Family Foundation and a member of several minority and community organizations such as NAMAD, the Toyota Lexus Minority Owners Dealership Association (TLMODA), the Bastrop Chamber of Commerce and the Smithville Chamber of Commerce. With the Liriano Family Foundation, Carlos is able to give back to the community more than ever before. Recently, the Foundation donated $500 for vehicle safety training for BCESD1 and the Bastrop Fire Department.
The NAMAD Diversity Advocacy Award is one of many accolades that have solidified Lost Pines Toyota and Carlos as staples to the community. Carlos has received the 2014 – 2015 Community Partner of the Year from Bastrop ISD, the 2015 Bastrop Chamber of Commerce Point of Light and Best of Bastrop Car Dealership since 2012. His public service includes not only the community and minorities but the environment as well. Carlos led Lost Pines Toyota to become Central Texas’ first Gold L.E.E.D. Certified dealership for his environmental efforts.
Congratulations, Carlos! We’re incredibly proud of you and thankful to be apart of your team.
Our team would like to personally thank you for nominating Lost Pines Toyota for best auto repair, tire dealer and car dealership and Carlos Liriano for best car salesperson in the 2017 Best of Bastrop County Reader’s Choice Poll! We’re honored for your nominations and to be apart of this community. Since we opened our doors in March 2012, our goal has been to provide the best service and vehicles possible while also doing our best to give back to Bastrop.
Over the past five years, we’ve kept true to our goal by receiving recognitions such as the 2013 Congressional Recognition – Chamber Emerging Business of the Year, 2015 Bastrop Chamber of Commerce Point of Light and winning Best of Bastrop County Car Dealership since 2012. Our community focus has brought to life events that show our love for the people of Bastrop. Gumbo Friday raises thousands for local nonprofit groups, causes and organizations, Laurie’s Play for Pink gives free mammograms and helps women discover if they have breast cancer and the Bastrop Tennis League gave students the opportunity to play a sport they wouldn’t be introduced to until high school.
We want to continue to serve the Bastrop community, and we’d like you to be apart of our mission. Please visit the Best of Bastrop County Reader’s Choice Poll and vote Lost Pines Toyota for best auto repair, tire dealer and car dealership and Carlos Liriano for best car salesperson. Your vote helps solidify Lost Pines Toyota as not only a local business leader but as a public service leader to the Bastrop community.
How to vote
To submit your votes, visit the Best of Bastrop County Reader’s Choice Poll and select the Around Town category. Lost Pines Toyota is listed under the “Auto Repair,” “Tire Dealer” and “Car Dealership” subcategories. Carlos Liriano is listed under the “Car Salesperson” subcategory. Click the vote button under our name in each respective subcategory and complete the voting form to submit your vote. You may be asked to confirm your email address before you can submit your vote.