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Overland Classifieds :: 1995 Toyota Tacoma w/Custom Aluminum Flatbed FlipPac Camper

The Tacoma is one of the most popular trucks on our forum, with recent examples including a 2016 w/ FWC Fleet, 2019 TRD Off-Road, 2002 TRD Overland Build, and a 2014 T/X Baja Series. What makes this truck so desirable? Well, Toyota did a fantastic job designing the Tacoma, which was engineered to carry forward the rugged dependability of the Hilux while introducing a new level of refinement. This proved to be a winning formula, creating a truck that was a bulletproof workhorse and a comfortable recreational vehicle for the weekends. In addition, the Tacoma is very capable when the tarmac ends, with later TRD Off-Road and Pro models often regarded as best in class.

One would assume that with so many Tacoma adventure rigs listed on our forum, they’d become somewhat boring and anodyne, but thanks to the array of aftermarket parts and accessories, each example is as unique as the owners that drive them. Today’s offering is no exception, showcasing premium modifications, an innovative camper setup, and a price of just $23,900.

From the Seller:

“[A] 1995 Tacoma custom aluminum flatbed UTE FlipPac camper. [It] currently sits at 250,000 miles; I’ve owned it since around 170,000 miles. For sale is one of my favorite rides, but alas, the herd has grown too big, and my Fuso FG is what gets the miles these days. I’ve had many miles and way too many adventures in this truck. For more details on the condition and build, please call and chat or come see it. There’s so much information.”

1995 Toyota Tacoma

This regular cab Tacoma is fitted with a 2.7-liter 4-cylinder motor that produces 150 horsepower, 177 pound-feet of torque, and returns a combined 18 mpg. Sure, it’s not as capable as later TRD Off-Road models, but it still showcases a rugged 4×4 system, 5-speed manual transmission, and a high/low range transfer case. If you’re looking for a luxurious interior, this model is not for you; but what it lacks in comfort, it makes up for in bulletproof reliability and all-terrain capability. This particular example also benefits from a completely remodeled interior, with upgrades that include:

  • Sony head unit with Apple CarPlay, Polk Audio speakers and tweeters, and Pioneer subwoofers
  • Fully sound deadened
  • Tuffy custom locking center console
  • Corbeau Baja seats

Distinguishing Features

  • Old Man Emu suspension
  • Aluminum custom camper with FlipPac fiberglass lid and tent
  • Four locking alloy underbody boxes
  • Smittybilt winch
  • Viair compressor
  • Swing out for spare tire and fold down table

This 1995 Toyota Tacoma with a custom aluminum Flatbed FlipPac camper is listed for $23,900 and is currently located in Talent, Oregon. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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