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ckizner

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25040155040162013 Fj with my 2018 basecamp builds in progress 5.5 procomp lift with coil overs. Dirt logic upper on 35's trd cold air. Borla exhaust. Baja flat rack with rotopax mount. Addons to basecamp. Tents 3in lift. Couple interior 12v plugs easystart
 
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vintageracer

To Infinity and Beyond!
Bought it this morning!

Been closet looking for a 1985 4Runner for a long time. FI and a solid front axle make the 1985 4runner the only 1st Gen 4runner I really wanted. Most 1985's are rusty, rough POS's. This one is actually pretty nice! I almost bought a 86 and 88 at one point in the recent past as they were really nice however I used better judgement and waited until I found exactly what I really wanted. A 1985 Fuel Injected solid front axle 4Runner!

130K miles. Original paint and interior. Both front fenders have some rust at the top of the fender lips which I find weird as the rest of truck is nice and rust-free. I'll buy a couple of repop fenders and cut out the section I need and weld the repair into the factory fenders. The floors, quarters, roof, frame and the rest of the 4runner are NICE! Nice grill, good front bumper, rear bumper slightly bent. Original spare never on ground and jack never removed. Original radio, A/C still blows cold along with working power rear window, nice tailgate and tilt steering. 16 inch steel wheels with nice Dyanpro's. Mexican windows and locks (Manuel)!

Overall I am very happy. Now just have to find time to work on it as there are several projects ahead of this in the garage!
 

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Saint Nick

Active member
Bought it this morning!

Been closet looking for a 1985 4Runner for a long time. FI and a solid front axle make the 1985 4runner the only 1st Gen 4runner I really wanted. Most 1985's are rusty, rough POS's. This one is actually pretty nice! I almost bought a 86 and 88 at one point in the recent past as they were really nice however I used better judgement and waited until I found exactly what I really wanted. A 1985 Fuel Injected solid front axle 4Runner!

130K miles. Original paint and interior. Both front fenders have some rust at the top of the fender lips which I find weird as the rest of truck is nice and rust-free. I'll buy a couple of repop fenders and cut out the section I need and weld the repair into the factory fenders. The floors, quarters, roof, frame and the rest of the 4runner are NICE! Nice grill, good front bumper, rear bumper slightly bent. Original spare never on ground and jack never removed. Original radio, A/C still blows cold along with working power rear window, nice tailgate and tilt steering. 16 inch steel wheels with nice Dyanpro's. Mexican windows and locks (Manuel)!

Overall I am very happy. Now just have to find time to work on it as there are several projects ahead of this in the garage!
Very nice (y) You're very lucky to find one like that - they are as rare as rocking horse $h1t over here 😞

Nick
 

gillbrak

Member
Do you know what bumper your buddy has on his Tundra?
Almost looks like this but has a light bar cut out
or this
 
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