Set up 2007 DoubleCab Shortbed for Sale

gfiero

Adventurer
ATTACH=CONFIG]407227[/ATTACH]Time to move on, getting older and need to make some changes, so parting with my Adventure Vehicle:

FOR SALE 2007 DOUBLE CAB SHORT BED TOYOTA TACOMA – $20,000.00

172,XXX MILES
This is the TRD Off Road with the E-Locker
OME Lift with 881 springs in front and Deaver Custom 7 Leaf in rear, new OME Shocks in rear
Aluminess Bumpers front and rear, Ft with 9.5 Winch and rear with 3 5gal Gas can holder, Cans included and large Galley box. Also 4” extension.
Demello sliders, Bolt on
Blue sea 12vdc Distribution box under hood
Recently rebuilt rear end and locker, both Eaton units
New Starter installed 2,000 by Bothell Toyota Specialist in Washington. (Highly recommend this shop)
20” Light bar in grill
2 – 6” Hella Curb lights
Shelf replacing rear seat, seats included, one with Fridge slide on it, Fridge included
RCI Bed Rack
CVT 2.5 person Roof Top Tent, Mt. Shasta EV Stargazer Pioneer with Vestibule (Brand New) with anti condensation mat, Cold Weather Cover
BadDawg Mount for two Ram phone/Tablet mounts.
Mount for Ham Radio, not included
Passenger side Removable Computer desk and small fire extinguisher
Tires are 5,000 mile old Toyo R/T’s on Stock wheels with ¾ inch spaces on the fronts.
Included but not on Vehicle:
AFE Cold Air intake included, was removed for Smog Inspection
Steel Wheel (Spare) with BFG Tire 1/3 tread left
4 Mud Flaps
Truck was maintained at Cabe Bros. Toyota in Long Beach California

Has been very reliable and just returned from a 3500 mile trip form Long Beach to Olympic National park

Pictures to follow

I can be reached between 8 am and 8 pm at 562-481-9672 or gfiero@Hotmail.com
 
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gfiero

Adventurer
I am curious, why no interest? This is a good capable truck that was taken me to many adventures and back. Any thoughts?
 

Chiz45

New member
I am curious, why no interest? This is a good capable truck that was taken me to many adventures and back. Any thoughts?
On the front page alone there are 3 Tacos of the same vintage. I think there's another on later pages. That might have a lot to do with it.
 

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