1995 Toyota Land Cruiser (California car - no rust) only 151K miles

RBA

Adventurer
1995 Toyota Land Cruiser
Green exterior
Light Brown interior
Auto tranny
Center diff lock and switch
power windows (all work)
power locks (all work)
Power sunroof (works perfectly)
ONLY 151K miles

Recent upgrades and maintenance items done include
Coolant system redone
New brakes
New tires (Goodyear Duratrac 285/75/16 - 33 inch)
New driveshafts
New clutch fan
New hoses included PHH
Slightly tinted windows all around
Aftermarket stereo
Full OME medium suspension lift ~2.5 inches higher (Shocks and Springs)
OME Steering dampner
OME castor correcting bushing (installed)
SLEE offroad bumper (ready for winch)

Overall I would give it a "Good" on condition.
Engine drives great, starts right up, passed smog easily.
Tranny shifts smoothly, no clunking, no abrupt shifting
Transfer case shifts into low range and high range easily between the two.
The truck drives very smooth at any speed from 0-80mph+
Power seats work.

Here's the bad.
Small power steering leak. (I have the parts to repair - included)
1 inch tear on passenger front seat
The front seats have cracks in the leather.
The rear hatch has a little clear coat starting to peel.
Truck was in a fender bender many year ago (shows up in carfax) it was only small cosmetic damage.

Asking $8500...if you're serious come take a look.

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mervo

Observer
Wow. Only thing missing is front and rear lockers. Nothing ARB's won't fix.

GLWS, excellent looking rig. Post some interior pics.
 
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