Turn-Key Overland Built Tacoma and AT Summit $56K -- SOLD

SOLD

Turn Key Rig For Sale!

2014 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 TRD Off-Road
Crew Cab with 5’ short-bed.
46,325 miles. Clean Title.

Super tidy set up in great condition inside and out!


I purchased this truck in the summer of 2017 from a recently widowed elderly woman who no longer needed the pickup. It was completely stock and a great candidate for another company vehicle we could build-out as an example of some of the products and services offered through our shop, Juniper Overland.

The goal was to create a very well appointed and capable vehicle that still looked pretty chill using the "everything you need and nothing you don't" sort of mindset. The vehicle has been taken to tradeshows and events such as Overland Expo, The Overland Rallies, and been on display in our showroom in Arvada, Colorado. All upgrades were completed approx. 2.5 years ago and are in showroom like condition. It was not used as a personal camping truck, wheeled off-road, or driven heavily during the winter months.

As our company fleet evolves we find ourselves not really needing this vehicle any longer. While I am not desperate to sell and if space were unlimited I’d just keep it, I realize it's time to let it go to a nice home where it will be put to use.

Options and Equipment:
- Manual transmission
- Electronic rear locking differential
- Tow Package
- TRD Off-Road
- Old Man Emu BP51 adjustable coil-over suspension
- SPC Adjustable Upper Control Arms
- Old Man Emu Rear Springs with Extra Leaf
- ARB Front Bumper
- Slee Off-Road light inserts in ARB bumper - Rigid Dually lights installed
- 2 ARB Intensity lights mounted to front bumper
- TRD Pro Front Grill with Color-Matched Bezel
- Come-Up 10,000lb Winch with Synthetic Line and wireless controller
- Factor 55 Hawse Fairlead
- Factor 55 thimble
- Dual battery system - group 31 aux battery. Odyssey brand batteries!
- Redarc dc-dc charger and solar controller - wired with SAE solar connector
- Blue Sea fuse panel to neatly organize all accessories on the truck
- Switch Pro to control switching of all accessories neatly in the cab rather than a bunch after market switches and endless runs of wire into the cab
- Power Tray to neatly mount all electrical under hood
- ARB twin air compressor
- 5 evo corse anthracite wheels to match factory paint
- 5 BFG KO2’s (285/70/17) - approx 8,000 miles
- Factory gearing - works great with this size wheel/tire
- CBI rear bumper with full-length swing out holding full size spare, AT can holder, AT propane tank holder, 10lb propane tank, hi-lift jack, and flip down table when bumper is open for cooking at camp. Can be reconfigured to a new owners needs. All current mounts, brackets, tanks, hi-lift jack are included.
- AT Summit - approx 1.5 years old and only used for trade shows. Includes window in rear lift gate, passenger side flip up hatch, opening windows between cab and summit, usb charging outlets, led lights, aircraft track on roof, and load bars.
- Goose Gear complete interior cabinets for AT Habitat or Summit including Tembo Tusk locking fridge slide
- National Luna weekender 50L fridge/freezer
- Propex heater installed neatly in goose gear cabinets for the chilly nights. Controlled w thermostat.
- Carbon monoxide detector.


I sat down and crunched a lot of numbers for this build and if a customer brought us their Tacoma today they would be in the ballpark of $43k to complete this list above. While I’d suggested you do your own research and not just take my word for it (and you’ll find a range of prices when it comes to parts, labor, and tax) once you do your homework you’ll realize that is a fair assessment of replacement value.

In this part of Colorado that truck rated in very good condition with its current mileage and factory options is ranging $26K-$29K on KBB. And that truck is in near excellent condition although I used Very Good in the KBB report.


For Sale: $56,000
No Trades. Cash Buyer. Available Immediately.
 
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LWilliams

New member
Turn Key Rig For Sale!

2013 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 TRD Off-Road
Crew Cab with 5’ short-bed.
44,148 miles. Clean Title.

Super tidy set up in great condition inside and out!


- Manual transmission
- Electronic rear locking differential
- Tow Package
- TRD Off-Road
- Old Man Emu BP51 adjustable coil-over suspension
- Old Man Emu Rear Springs with Extra Leaf
- ARB Front Bumper
- Aftermarket light inserts in ARB bumper - Rigid Dually lights installed
- 2 ARB Intensity lights mounted to front bumper
- TRD Pro Front Grill with Color-Matched Bezel
- Come-Up 10,000lb Winch with Synthetic Line and wireless controller
- Factor 55 Hawse Fairlead
- Factor 55 thimble
- Dual battery system - group 31 aux battery. Odyssey brand batteries!
- Redarc dc-dc charger and solar controller - wired with SAE solar connector
- Blue Sea fuse panel to neatly organize all accessories on the truck
- Switch Pro to control switching of all accessories neatly in the cab rather than a bunch after market switches and endless runs of wire into the cab
- Power Tray to neatly mount all electrical under hood
- ARB twin air compressor
- 5 evo corse anthracite wheels to match factory paint
- 5 BFG KO2’s (285’s) - approx 8,000 miles
- CBI rear bumper with full-length swing out holding full size spare, AT can holder, AT propane tank holder, 10lb propane tank, hi-lift jack, and flip down table when bumper is open for cooking at camp. Can be reconfigured to a new owners needs. All current mounts, brackets, tanks, hi-lift jack are included.
- AT Summit - approx 1.5 years old and only used for trade shows. Includes window in rear lift gate, passenger side flip up hatch, opening windows between cab and summit, usb charging outlets, led lights, aircraft track on roof, and load bars.
- Goose Gear complete interior cabinets for AT Habitat or Summit including Tembo Tusk locking fridge slide
- National Luna weekender 50L fridge/freezer
- Propex heater installed neatly in goose gear cabinets for the chilly nights. Controlled w thermostat.
- Carbon monoxide detector.

This truck was purchased completely stock from the 1st owner - who happened to be an elderly couple where the husband had recently passed away (not in the vehicle) and the wife no longer wanted the pickup.

It has been used as a show vehicle to display some products and services for our shop, Juniper Overland. It’s been taken to tradeshows and events such as Overland Expo, The Overland Rallies, and been on display in our showroom in Arvada, Colorado. It has not been used as a personal camping truck or wheeled off-road. All upgrades were completed approx. 2.5 years ago and are in showroom like condition.

As our company fleet grows and evolves we find ourselves not really needing this vehicle any longer. I am not desperate to sell this and if space were unlimited I’d just keep it. However, I realize it's time to let it go to a nice home where it will be put to use.

I sat down and crunched a lot of numbers for this build and if a customer brought us their Tacoma today they would be in the ballpark of $44k to complete this list above. (While I’d suggested you do your own research and not just take my word for it (and you’ll find a range of prices when it comes to parts, labor, and tax) I can tell you that once you do your homework you’ll realize that is a fair assessment of replacement value.)

In this part of Colorado that truck rated in very good condition with its current mileage and factory options is ranging $26K-$29K on KBB. And that truck is in near excellent condition although I used Very Good.


For Sale: $64,000
No Trades. Cash Buyer. Available Immediately.
Hello Chris,

Your vehicle has been selected for possible inclusion in the Classifieds section of the Expedition Portal homepage. I would like to reach out to you to get more information. Can you dm me your email address so I can ask you some questions?

Thank you!
 
Have been asked twice in the last two days about the height of this rig.

It is just under 84” off the ground on the current tires.

And it is 19’ from farthest point forward to farthest point aft.

Hope this helps.
 
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Have had several interested buyers come out of the woodwork last week all at once. Getting back to everyone’s messages, emails, video conference, as well as swinging by the shop. I appreciate the interest and giving this little bump here.
 
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LarryHReiger

New member
I did not realize I had missed your post. Yes the rig is still for sale. It happens to be at the Moore Expo this weekend and sounds like its been seeing some interest.

Don't hesitate to let me know if you have any questions.
I am interested in your rig. I would like to come see it after the current storm is over and the roads are clear.
 

LateNate

Adventurer
I did not realize I had missed your post. Yes the rig is still for sale. It happens to be at the Moore Expo this weekend and sounds like its been seeing some interest.

Don't hesitate to let me know if you have any questions.
Hey Chris. I actually was able to see it at the Expo. I was arranging a test drive but weather has gotten bad. Is there anyway I could reach out to you personally? Thanks.


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LarryHReiger

New member
Turn Key Rig For Sale!

2013 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 TRD Off-Road
Crew Cab with 5’ short-bed.
44,148 miles. Clean Title.

Super tidy set up in great condition inside and out!


I purchased this truck in the summer of 2016 from a recently widowed elderly woman who no longer needed the pickup. It was completely stock and a great candidate for another company vehicle we could build-out as an example of some of the products and services offered through our shop, Juniper Overland.

The goal was to create a very well appointed and capable vehicle that still looked pretty chill using the "everything you need and nothing you don't" sort of mindset. The vehicle has been taken to tradeshows and events such as Overland Expo, The Overland Rallies, and been on display in our showroom in Arvada, Colorado. All upgrades were completed approx. 2.5 years ago and are in showroom like condition. It was not used as a personal camping truck, wheeled off-road, or driven heavily during the winter months.

As our company fleet evolves we find ourselves not really needing this vehicle any longer. While I am not desperate to sell and if space were unlimited I’d just keep it, I realize it's time to let it go to a nice home where it will be put to use.

Options and Equipment:
- Manual transmission
- Electronic rear locking differential
- Tow Package
- TRD Off-Road
- Old Man Emu BP51 adjustable coil-over suspension
- SPC Adjustable Upper Control Arms
- Old Man Emu Rear Springs with Extra Leaf
- ARB Front Bumper
- Aftermarket light inserts in ARB bumper - Rigid Dually lights installed
- 2 ARB Intensity lights mounted to front bumper
- TRD Pro Front Grill with Color-Matched Bezel
- Come-Up 10,000lb Winch with Synthetic Line and wireless controller
- Factor 55 Hawse Fairlead
- Factor 55 thimble
- Dual battery system - group 31 aux battery. Odyssey brand batteries!
- Redarc dc-dc charger and solar controller - wired with SAE solar connector
- Blue Sea fuse panel to neatly organize all accessories on the truck
- Switch Pro to control switching of all accessories neatly in the cab rather than a bunch after market switches and endless runs of wire into the cab
- Power Tray to neatly mount all electrical under hood
- ARB twin air compressor
- 5 evo corse anthracite wheels to match factory paint
- 5 BFG KO2’s (285/70/17) - approx 8,000 miles
- CBI rear bumper with full-length swing out holding full size spare, AT can holder, AT propane tank holder, 10lb propane tank, hi-lift jack, and flip down table when bumper is open for cooking at camp. Can be reconfigured to a new owners needs. All current mounts, brackets, tanks, hi-lift jack are included.
- AT Summit - approx 1.5 years old and only used for trade shows. Includes window in rear lift gate, passenger side flip up hatch, opening windows between cab and summit, usb charging outlets, led lights, aircraft track on roof, and load bars.
- Goose Gear complete interior cabinets for AT Habitat or Summit including Tembo Tusk locking fridge slide
- National Luna weekender 50L fridge/freezer
- Propex heater installed neatly in goose gear cabinets for the chilly nights. Controlled w thermostat.
- Carbon monoxide detector.


I sat down and crunched a lot of numbers for this build and if a customer brought us their Tacoma today they would be in the ballpark of $44k to complete this list above. While I’d suggested you do your own research and not just take my word for it (and you’ll find a range of prices when it comes to parts, labor, and tax) once you do your homework you’ll realize that is a fair assessment of replacement value.

In this part of Colorado that truck rated in very good condition with its current mileage and factory options is ranging $26K-$29K on KBB. And that truck is in near excellent condition although I used Very Good in the KBB report.


For Sale: $64,000
Reduced: $60,000 as of 12/1/20
No Trades. Cash Buyer. Available Immediately.
I am interested in your rig. I would like to come see it after the current storm is over and the roads are clear.
 
Hey Chris. I actually was able to see it at the Expo. I was arranging a test drive but weather has gotten bad. Is there anyway I could reach out to you personally? Thanks.


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Yeah, shoot me a message. I am out of state at the moment and return in a couple of days.
 
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