SOLD: Trail Premium TURNKEY/OVERLAND build, $43k


Im moving back home to South America after many years in the states and I cant legally bring this car with me even though I wish I could. I am the second owner, the first owner/owners were Expedition Overland in Bozeman, Montana so you know this car has always been in good hands. Every bit of work on this car was either done by Expedition Overland or by OK4wd in New Jersey except for small stuff when I was travelling that was done by either Off Road Warehouse, 4 wheel parts or Toyota themselves (ALOT of records available). This is without question the most complete 4runner build I have ever seen if not the most complete in the country. This is as turnkey as it gets with 4runners. Listed below are the modifications done to the car both by Expedition Overland and myself. These add up to over $30,000 and thats with parts alone. At the time of writing this car has 52xxx miles. I still use it regularly so that will change. Perfect mechanical condition; as far as cosmetics go its in pretty good shape, the undercarriage is also in great condition. Only thing is scratches consistent with using this car to camp and travel, the front valance fell off in a puddle and I could never find it (I HAVE SPARE VALANCE THAT WILL BE INCLUDED) Interior is good as new and all the accessories/mods are in great shape and working order. Price set at $43,000.

Serious inquiries may contact me at 786-886-9466

This is the trail premium so it comes standard with Multi Terrain Select, Crawl Control, ATRAC, and electronic rear locking differentia

I will be out of the country from December 22nd-14th of January. I will have access to internet but not 24/7.

VIN: JTEBU5JR0F5229647
Clean title, Clean carfax

Pictures of under carriage available below

Happy to coordinate shipping/delivery at buyers expense. Car is currently in New York City.

If you want to watch the build video of this truck before it was mine heres the link!


James Baroud Explorer in black, with 5 year warranty ($4300)

K9 2.2 meter roof rack ($1325)

ARB twin air compressor ($517)

ARB safari snorkel ($530)

Goose Gear

Goose gear plate system ($400)

Camp Kitchen ($1700)

60% sleeping platform ($400)

12 inch tall 36 inch deep single drawer ($1200)

National Luna 55L weekender twin fridge ($1700)

Cook Partner double burner stove ($265)

T-Max dual battery system ($125) with odyssey batteries

Go power 1000 watt inverter with 2 outlets ($345)


Cooper STT pros 295/70/17 x4 the spare tire is punctured but still mounted ($1350)

VTX rogue rims in black x5 ($1075)

Icon Vehicle Dynamics stage 7 (billet)

Extended travel remote reservoir front coiler shock kit by Icon Vehicle Dynamics ($1850)

2.5 series RR rear shocks w/CDCV (0-3 inch lift) by Icon Vehicle Dynamics ($1300)

Billet rear upper link it by Icon Vehicle Dynamics ($450)

Billet rear lower link kit by Icon Vehicle Dynamics ($785)

Billet upper control arm kit by Icon Vehicle Dynamics ($1315)

ARB differential axle breather ($55)

Old Man Emu heavy duty rear springs ($165)


-CBI Rear bumper with dual swing out, 2 jerry cans and spare tire ($3000)

-RCI complete steel skid plates package ($765)

-Bushwacker fender flares ($500)

LIGHTING (all lighting is from Rigid Industries)

-40 inch combo light bar on roof rack ($1300)

-30 inch combo light bar in grille ($1000)

-Rock lights under the car ($250)

-Two pods in the rear bumper ($210)


2 pairs of maxtrax ($600)

Warn Zeon Platinum 10-s winch with undercover winch mount ($2200)

48 inch hi lift jack

Factor 55 flatlink winch shackle ($100)

ARB ez deflator


- dual ban 50 watt HAM radio ($300)

- SPOD 6 switch panel for all the lights/air compressor ($540)

- Raingler pet barrier separating front cabin from the back ($200)

Attic by blue ridge overland gear ($100)

Tinted windows



Why do you have used parts listed then a retail value?
I want the post to be as transparent as possible. In the description I say there is a certain amount of money just in parts invested into the car. I think that listing all of those parts and the price of them is honest and helpful to a serious buyer. If you see what I’m listing the car for you can obviously tell I’m not asking for full price on parts.

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