For Sale: 1993 FJ80 Toyota Land Cruiser –Buenos Aires

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#1 Wed, 05/24/2017 - 08:17

For Sale: 1993 FJ80 Toyota Land Cruiser –Buenos Aires

For Sale: 1993 FJ80 Toyota Land Cruiser –Buenos Aires Price: $12,000 USD Or Best Offer The vehicle 1993 Toyota FJ80 Land Cruiser with 205,xxx Miles -Center Locker only -California Registered -3" Old Man Emu suspension upgrade -Slee short bus bumper -Smitty Built XRC 9.5 winch -Custom Rear Bumper with tire carrier and Jerry can holder -33 (285/75/R16) inch BFG All-Terrain tires and 1 full size spare (see picture) 40-50% tred left -50" inch LED light bar -CVT Mt. Cayley Roof Top Tent with new upgraded straps -Baja Rack full-length low profile roof rack -Dual battery set up and controller -Sleeping/ organization platform -Tuffy locking center counsel The gear -Basic tool roll and tools -Spare parts- belts, spark plugs, a small coolant hose, fuses -ARB flat tire repair kit (new never used) -Camp stove- Coleman dual fuel -Camping table and chairs -Air compressor -Small hatchet -Tire iron -7 gallon water jug -High lift jack and roof rack mount -3 Jerry cans -locks for everything external -Fire extinguisher, traffic cones and tire block kit (required by many South American governments usually used by police to hang you up and get a bribe out of you) Contact: Email Please: [email protected] - easiest way for me to communicate Images: Go to www.instagram.com/cruisingsouth/ Known Problems: -Missing rear license plate (someone in Colombia thought it was pretty cool and stole it) -One reverse tail light is out and one Headlight is out -Headliner is a little dirty and torn in some places -Paint on hood is a little damaged by tree sap -Small cosmetic issues like torn seats etc. that is expected on a 20 y/o car The Story I got her just over 2 years ago. The car needs some TLC like a new radiator and valve cover gasket replacement. Since then, I have also rebuilt the starter, the power steering pump, replaced all sorts of hoses, the cap and rotor, and spark plug wires. All Toyota OEM parts from the local dealer. Oil has been changed regularly, tires rotated and aligned, transmission flushed, belts changed, fluids changed and topped up. All of the upgrades were done in the course of the first year that I owned what I now affectionately call her "El Burro" or the donkey, because she is reliably gets me where I need to go every time. The past year I drove up to Dead Horse, Alaska and then all the way down the Pan American highway. I arrived at Ushuaia, Argentina at the beginning of May and drove up to Buenos Aires toward the beginning of June. I really don't want to sell her but it's just not economically feasible for me to drive or ship her back to the States. I am looking to sell her to a likeminded, adventure driven individual who will get as much as I have out of this car.

Wed, 05/24/2017 - 13:14

Hello, is this the 4l 155hp?

Hello, is this the 4l 155hp?

Please send more infos and interior pics to bruno0704 at yahoo.fr

Thanks

Sun, 06/25/2017 - 13:30

Still for sale

Hello, we are Dutch couple and interested in your car. Is the car still for sale? And what number plates does it have? Job