FOR SALE :: Toyota 4Runner 2007 Camper :: CHILE, JAN 18

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#1 Mon, 12/25/2017 - 12:04

FOR SALE :: Toyota 4Runner 2007 Camper :: CHILE, JAN 18

2007 Toyota 4Runner V6 SR5 (4th Gen) with Internal Camper Conversion

La Bestia (The Beast) has been our reliable and badass overlanding tour guide but it's now time she gave others the same joy she’s brought to us.

Not only is she a solid car with a powerful V6 engine, perfect for cruising on any terrain, she's been converted with a low-set fitted bed and all of the trimmings so you can live comfortably inside whilst having the power and agility of an SUV. With this car we've also saved loads in campsite fees because we can easily and discreetly park/sleep on the streets and on beaches when we need or want to - it's so good!





Make: Toyota

Model: 4Runner

Year: 2007

Engine: V6 SR5 (4th Gen)

Transmission: Automatic (with separate gear options - 4, 3, 2 & 1)

Fuel: Gasoline 

Mileage: Will be approx. 230,000km at time of sale (more or less). This is not a high mileage for a Toyota 4Runner, they are serious machines built to travel several hundred miles.

Fuel Consumption: Approx. 700km per 75L tank.

Standard Features: Airbags/Cruise Control/AC/Heating/Bluetooth Stereo/Electric Windows etc (all the standard things for this model, all working) including a Power Rear Window giving you internal cooking options and clear epic views from the comfort of your bed.

Tyres: All Terrain (Plus a full sized spare wheel).

Drive Type: Rear Wheel Drive (High Clearance). In most cases you don’t actually need a 4WD, low-range power and high clearance is far more important. La Bestia has done the Lagunas Route/Southwest Circuit (the more difficult western route), the Ruta del Che, Mapiri Loop, Cotahausi Canyon High Puna Loop, Paracas, Careterra Austral, backroads of Tierra del Fuego plus others. Like we said, she’s a total badass!

Body Condition: No body damages but a few bumps/scuffs/scratches/paintwork peeling on the bumpers.

Mechanically: Totally sound! No mechanical issues now or with previous owners (it’s all about the Toyota).



  • Dual Battery System, with automatic isolator (to prevent draining the starter battery). Outlets installed in cabin to provide both 220V and 12V power. 750W inverter, and plug to switch the cabin electricity to a 220V power source when available.
  • 5kg Cooking Gas Cylinder (Chilean), with fittings and Cooktop to allow easy cooking inside or outside the vehicle, without moving the bottle.  On/off regulator for safe removal during transit. You can get 3 months cooking from one bottle.
  • Second Portable Butane Fueled Gas Cooker (Cocinilla), great for picnics or cooking on benches at campsites.
  • Secure Rooftop Box with extra straps to give strength in strong winds (necessary in Patagonia). The box holds a huge amount of stuff safely and securely.
  • Secure Rooftop Tube for additional storage, especially longer items - or a great wine cellar as we've used it :)
  • 12V 8L Waeco Fridge (Australian) installed in rooftop box. Dual 220V and 12V converter for fridge installed under the hood, with switch to choose power source.
  • Full Cabin Lighting connected directly to house battery.
  • Thick Double Bed Mattress and all linen (110cmx190cm) in rear, designed specifically to allow space to move inside/sit-up with head clearance in bed/cook etc during bad weather.
  • Blackout Curtains throughout (vehicle does not look occupied at night when all curtains closed, particularly useful when stealth camping).
  • Removable Benchtop/Camp Table with fittings to be used inside and stood up to be used outside.
  • Storage Shelves installed in both sides of the vehicle, sufficient for clothing and personal items for 2 people.
  • Additional Storage on both passenger doors, to keep personal items and camp chairs (also adds additional security by barring access to the cabin).
  • Food Shelf installed at rear for access inside or outside the vehicle.
  • Pull-out Clothes Line fitted on the roof
  • Spare Water, Oil, Fuel and Gas Storage System (on roof).



  • WIFI Dongle (super handy for planning on the road).
  • Front Dash Camera (you just need an SD Card).
  • Wheel Lock Arm.
  • Camp Chairs.
  • Sun/Shade Parasol for you, Heat Sheald for La Bestia.
  • Bed Sheets, Blanket and Pillows.
  • Full-sized Towels.
  • Mirror.
  • Kitchen Equipment (for 2 people): Frying pan, cooking pot, plates, bowls, cups, chopping board, spatula, tongs, bread knife, vegetable knife, steak knives, standard knives, forks and spoons, wine and beer bottle openers, can opener etc.
  • ​Clothes Pegs.
  • Plastic wash bowl.
  • Thermos Flask.
  • Basic Tools and supplies for routine maintenance.
  • Safety Kit and Fire Extinguisher.
  • Wheel Jack, Electric Tyre Pump and Air Pressure Gauge (needed for managing tyre pressures in different terrains).
  • Removable Fly Screens for carefree ventilation.



The car is registered in Chile and has had all of the regulatory inspections, with associated papers up to date. This car can cross borders no problems, there’s lots of content online but happy to walk you through the check list. A maintenance record has also been roughly kept up to date (receipts etc with card papers).

  • Standard oil and filter changes (every 10,000km)
  • Fuel Filter changes (every 20,000km)
  • Air filter changes (every 20,000km)
  • New spark plugs at 130,000km
  • New headlight bulb at 165,000km
  • New brake pads at 180,000km
  • New AT tyres at 180,000km
  • New house (Second) battery, installed at 180,000km
  • New starter (Primary) battery, installed at 216,000km
  • New AT rear tyre, replaced at 220,000km
  • New AT front tyre, replaced at 225,000km

January 2018 - She's just passed all aspects of her Revision Tecnica without any fixes required (including steering, breaks, lights, tyres, suspension, emission and more - all checked and clear of faults). Plus we've just completed her routine maintence of oil change, new oil filter, fuel filter and air filter. She's pretty much got everything you need to hit the road straight away, you'll just need to buy food! :)


Price: AUD $13,000 (rates change but approx USD $10,000 / EURO €8,500 / CLP $6m). We used Transferwise when we bought the car which has a more competitive exchange rate than most banks in most countries. Alternatively if you're Australian, then it’s just a straight bank transfer!

When: Now

Where: Santiago de Chile


Want to know more? Email us at or Whatsapp us on +61416782009 (in and out of data coverage, so we will get back to you as soon as we can).


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