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    2010 Tundra RCLB and FWC Grandby Shell - $27,500

    Bump, price drop. This vehicle literally needs nothing. Everything works as it should.
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    2010 Tundra RCLB and FWC Grandby Shell - $27,500

    Sorry I don't recall, but it was hard to find the right ones in the right color (orange). One of the vendors that makes them for Tacomas also makes them for Tundra... but that is about all I remember!
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    2010 Tundra RCLB and FWC Grandby Shell - $27,500

    I think I emailed you back, just now. Sorry for the delay it has been a busy couple of weeks.
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    2010 Tundra RCLB and FWC Grandby Shell - $27,500

    Yes, sorry I rarely get on here, haven't been pushing this sale very hard. I've been using it nearly every weekend. It will be a hard one to let go.
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    2016 Toyota 4Runner Trail

    Nice 4Runner but your pics/crops are awful. They make my eyes hurt. Photography basics; vertical shots are a no-no 95% of the time, except for maybe portraits... and vertical video should NEVER be taken.
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    Wanted: 2005 (+-) Tundra 4wd Low Milage Unicorn (Help Me)

    It's more like a Toyota Supra and a Ferrari. Both are really fast but one is an unreliable piece of garbage that is expensive to maintain and only does a handful of things better than are't relevant to most people. My Tundra has more payload than my F250 did. It's faster and more comfortable...
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    Wanted: 2005 (+-) Tundra 4wd Low Milage Unicorn (Help Me)

    You are picking and choosing my words instead of comprehending the entire statement. Your entire response was barely relevant. A Ford will last 1,000,000 miles, sure, but you'll likely replace most of the trucks major components to get there. If Toyota had built and sold HD diesel trucks in...
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    Wanted: 2005 (+-) Tundra 4wd Low Milage Unicorn (Help Me)

    Don't mis-quote me. Like I said, they'll go 1,000,000 miles. They're unlikely to go anywhere near half of that without MAJOR COSTLY maintenance. Any vehicle will last forever with endless repairs. 7.3s are VERY costly to maintain. Let's start with easier goals here; Show me one case of a...
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    Wanted: 2005 (+-) Tundra 4wd Low Milage Unicorn (Help Me)

    You're correct, no truck is perfect. But you won't ever own a 7.3 for 1,000,000 miles, or even 400,000 without replacing the transmission/injectors/etc. at least once. The maintenance on those vehicles is astronomical in cost compared to a Tundra. Simple fact.
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    Wanted: 2005 (+-) Tundra 4wd Low Milage Unicorn (Help Me)

    It's hard to find for a reason! These trucks run forever and most people want to keep them because of it. Just wanted to chime in attempt to quell any fear of high mileage. Both the 4.7 and 5.7 platforms are extremely reliable and with little maintenance and a good life can easily see 500k+...
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    COVID prices .. just me ?

    Inflation is a factor too. Our entire economy got inflated quite a bit this year between COVID related money printing and cheap interest rates. But yes, in some cases used things are worth more then new... it takes 8+ months to get equipment in some cases right now.
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    $110k 4runner

    I'll pick up the domain www.turnkeyturds.com
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    $110k 4runner

    It's a $40-45k 4Runner with, I am guessing, $25-35k worth of bolt-ons at full, max retail. I'd be shocked if he had more than $80k into it, and $80k is assuming he's a moron who doesn't know how to shop around. Even if you count the labor required to install all of those goodies, which DOES...
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