FS: 2012 Tacoma TRD Sport 4x4 DCLB All Options, mild modifications

Changing directions with my toys, and am selling my 2012 Taco. Here's the details:

32,000 miles and counting
No accidents
4x4
Double Cab
Long Box
Automatic
TRD Sport trim, sport seats, body color matched bumpers and turn signal mirrors
V6
Totally stock drivetrain
All maintenance up to date and done by Toyota Carlsbad
Never a single issue
Entune, navigation, JBL upgraded sound system with JBL subwoofer
Backup camera
Auto dimming rear view mirror with homelink, compass, temp
Dealer installed front matched tint
Tow package

Modifications:
3" OME coilover lift with Nitrocharger shocks, 885 (medium) springs, Dakar rear leafs, brake line extender. No shims, no driveline shudder. Great lift!
Light Racing upper control arms
BORA 1" wheel spacers x4
Professional body mount chop and plug, some minor trimming
285/70/17's fit perfectly. Ordered new Toyo ATs
Plastidipped sport rims. No peeling.
Weld on custom sliders from The Truck Shop
SnugTop Xtra Vision with wireless power locks, sliding windows, screens and security wired windows, carpet headliner, Yakima rack feet (paid $3200)
Custom carpeted sleeping platform with gorilla grips for shovel and axe, and hilift extreme mount underneath. Platform easily removable.
Console Vault with combo lock
Extensive soundproofing/deadening in doors

Only been lightly off roaded, mostly on fire roads and an occasional beach jet ski launch. It's been a trusty Mexico surf mobile and daily driver for two years, and will be missed.

The issues:
Small dent in rear bumper from my buddy jackknifing a jet ski trailer

I'm asking $31,000 FIRM including all accessories! Truck is in San Diego. Many more current photos in post below.

Will not part out. PM or call/text 619-889-4050 for any further details.
 

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glomb23

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Nicely done Taco. Wish the lady would let me get another vehicle. It's so tempting because I'm in San Diego as well. GLWS!
 

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grampswrx

Observer
I swear I saw this truck last october launching a jetski at k-58. Around october 5th, wind was super strong offshore and there was lots of swell in the water.
 

grampswrx

Observer
I commented to my friends that if I was building the perfect beach truck it would look just like yours. Good luck!
 

MR. ED

Observer
1WD a quick question...What's the body mount chop/trimming you refer to? Is that in the front fenders?
 

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Yes, the sheet metal where the body mounts to the frame rubs on 285s. An off-road shop cuts it out and welds in a plug


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