Classifieds 2013 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off-Road

Are you preparing to go on your first overland adventure? Or, are you a seasoned traveler looking for a previously built ride to take you where you want to go? If you are like me, you have been planning your trip for a while, and if you haven’t built your rig, this 2013 Toyota Tacoma is ready to go.

From Chris:

I purchased this truck in the summer of 2016 from a recently widowed elderly woman who no longer needed the pickup. It was completely stock and a great candidate for another company vehicle we could build-out as an example of some of the products and services offered through our shop, Juniper Overland. The goal was to create a very well-appointed and capable vehicle that still looked pretty chill using the “everything you need and nothing you don’t” mindset. The vehicle has been taken to tradeshows and events such as Overland Expo, The Overland Rallies, and been on display in our showroom in Arvada, Colorado.

All upgrades were completed approximately 2.5 years ago and are in showroom-like condition. It was not used as a personal camping truck, wheeled off-road, or driven heavily during the winter months. As our company fleet evolves we find ourselves not needing this vehicle any longer. While I am not desperate to sell and if space were unlimited I’d just keep it, I realize it’s time to let it go to a nice home where it will be put to use.

I sat down and crunched a lot of numbers for this build and if a customer brought us their Tacoma today they would be in the ballpark of $44k to complete this list above. While I suggest you do your research and not just take my word for it (you’ll find a range of prices when it comes to parts, labor, and tax), once you do your homework you’ll realize that is a fair assessment of replacement value. In this part of Colorado, this truck is rated in very good condition with its current mileage and factory options ranging from $26K-$29K on KBB. This truck is in near excellent condition although I used Very Good in the KBB report.

For Sale: $64,000. No Trades. Cash Buyer. Available Immediately.




2013 Toyota Tacoma 4×4 (factory anthracite-gray exterior paint)
Crew Cab 4 Door with 5-foot short bed
TRD Off-Road Package
Factory tow package
44,143 miles


4.0L V-6 gasoline engine
6-speed manual transmission

Suspension and Drive

Factory axle gearing
Factory open front differential
Factory electronic locking rear differential
Old Man Emu BP51 adjustable coilover suspension
Old Man Emu Rear Leaf Springs with Old Man Emu Extra Leaf
SPC adjustable upper control arms

Wheels and Tires

Five 17-inch Evo-Corse wheels, anthracite color
Five 285 BFG KO2 tires
(Full-size spare)

Recovery and Armor

ARB front bumper
ComeUp 10,000-pound, 12-volt winch with synthetic winch line
Factor 55 Hawse fairlead
Factor 55 winch line thimble


CBI rear bumper with full-length swing-away
Full-size spare, adjustable mount
Hi-Lift jack mount
Drop-down table
AT jerry can holder
AT propane can holder

Living Quarters

AT Summit

Interior carpeting on all walls
LED lights
12v and USB charging outlets
Rear liftgate window
Driver’s side solid hatch
Opening window between truck cab and AT Summit
Goose Gear interior cabinetry
Propex propane heater, thermostat controlled

Carbon monoxide detector
National Luna Weekender 50L fridge/freezer

On-board Electrical and Accessories

Juniper Overland dual battery system:
Starting battery relocated
Group 31 aux battery dedicated to AT Summit, fridge, and other needs while at camp

Red Arc DC-DC charger and solar controller
SAE solar input
Switch Pro
Power tray
Blue Sea fuse panel
ARB twin compressor mounted to Slee Off-road bracket

2 ARB Intensity light fixtures on ARB front bumper
Slee Off-Road light inserts in ARB front bumper
2 Rigid Dually light fixtures installed in light inserts in the front bumper
Toyota TRD Pro front grille and color-matched bezel
Sceptor H2O can
10-pound propane tank
Hi-Lift jack

Lisa Williams is an Arizona native that spent much of her childhood exploring backroads with her family in whatever project vehicle her father was wrenching on at the time. She has traveled the continental United States by foot, by Ford Econoline, and, most recently, by Jeep Cherokee. All her passions center around driving, connecting with nature, and a deep love for adventure. Though a practicing weekend warrioress, she aspires to write, photograph, and eventually rally race around the globe and share her journeys through photojournalism. Upcoming goals include competing in the Rebelle Rally, the Baja 1000, and an immersion into the less-traveled roads of New Zealand in her 2019 Toyota Tacoma.