1994 Toyota ExtraCab 4x4 with FlipPac Camper for Sale in Chile

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#1 Sat, 05/05/2012 - 08:38

1994 Toyota ExtraCab 4x4 with FlipPac Camper for Sale in Chile

To expedite the sale we've lowered our asking price to $5,000 US. 

My wife and I are selling our beloved rig and heading back to the States. Photos available on this flickr site. Email me at zslobig[at]gmail[dot]com. If you're looking for a vehicle to get you to those out-of-the-way places, this is it.

The details:

1994 Toyota Xtracab V6 4x4 3.6 EFI engine with 181,000 miles 

Double marine battery setup: Optima Yellowtop Deep Cycle and Starting High Performance AGM batteries (the second one is in the back of the truck along with a two outlet, 3 prong, fan cooled power converter) with Perko switch under the hood. (Charges up both batteries when you drive, even if you´ve powered the auxilliary all the way down at night running a fan or recharging laptops, cameras, etc.)

AM-FM, CD player with ipod jack, spare tire, chained to frame, 2 ton jack, sunshade, reflective triangles, fire extenguisher, two 2-gallon spare gas cans

Crossbed stainless steel locking tool box with 2 padlocks with internal eggshell padding. (we use this to stow camera equipment and other sensitive or valuable items).

Emergency roadkit: jumper cables, inflator compressor powred by cigarette lighter, first aid kit, liquid wrench, fix a flat, flares, flashlight, 2 spare headlights

Flippac camper top with custom foul weather rainfly. Yakima roof rack for surfboards, etc. Flippac camper top has new torsion bar (these need to be replaced roughly every decade). This camper flips open 180 degrees so that a double bed is supported over the hood of the truck. More information and photos available on the Flippac site.

We also have a bunch of gear that we´ll include if you´re interested.

Double burner industrial grade stove with 5 gallon propane tank.

2 lightweight plastic sawhorses and plywood table top.

15 Watt 12 V trickle charger solar panel. (if you´re somewhere for more than a day or two and it´s sunny, you can charge up that extra battery this way.)

Roughneck Rubbermaid plastic tubs: 5 big ones (15 gallon?) and 4 small ones (5 gallon?)

Cooking gear: misc pots, pans, and utensils.

5 gallon water jug

1 metal folding stepstool (handy for getting in and out of the back of the truck)

2 outdoor extension cords and power strip

Misc tools: hammer, wrench, hatchet, Husky socket set, screwdrivers, replacement belts.

Misc maps and guidebooks!!

Total price for this fully equipped machine and all goodies: $5,000 US or best offer. We are currently near Villarica and will be moving north in the next couple days. 

Sun, 05/06/2012 - 18:25

where is the truck

where is the truck registered. where will you be in august for delivery.

thanks

george

Sun, 05/06/2012 - 19:38

We are in Temuco, Chile at

We are in Temuco, Chile at the moment. The truck is registered in California. Unfortunately, we cannot wait until August. We will be flying home to California in the next two weeks.

So make us an offer. Our loss is your gain! 

Sun, 05/06/2012 - 20:35

Hi - very interested in your

Hi - very interested in your car! I am a Californian who has been living in Chile since June of last year. My girlfriend and I are planning a long road trip home starting this June so buying a car like this (registered in CA) could potentially save us some hassles down the road.

We are currently traveling in Peru but will be returning to Santiago around May 17. When are you leaving Chile, and will you be leaving from Santiago? Feel free to private message me.

Thanks

Sat, 07/14/2012 - 08:08

Still on sale?

Hi, I am In Chile, is still on sale?

Tue, 07/17/2012 - 12:00

Up to Santiago

I could go and pick it up in Santiago or further north,  if it is still available.  

Tue, 07/17/2012 - 12:25

Thanks for the interest, but

Thanks for the interest, but we sold the truck a couple months back. 

Thu, 01/10/2013 - 11:06

This Vehicle is No Longer Available

This truck and camper have long ago been sold. You can enjoy its second life here on Jordan and Cyrelle's blog. You can also hear my radio story and see my wife's photos from our Panama to Columbia shipping experience on PRI's the World

Thanks for your interest and happy trails.