For Sale in Argentina / Chile : 4x4 Toyota Pickup Camper

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#1 Mon, 10/28/2019 - 12:45

For Sale in Argentina / Chile : 4x4 Toyota Pickup Camper

Heartbreakingly it’s almost time to say goodbye to our best travel companion. He will be for sale in end of december / mid of January between Argentina and Chile (preferably in Santiago de Chile, but we are still flexible on timing and location).
Mo has made an incredible home for the past few months throughout Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia). Previous overlander owners also drove him through Argentina and Chile in winter and we drove above 5000m without any issues.
Having an enclosed camper makes a huge difference in the crazy winds and cold and wet temperatures of the Andes. He’s kept us warm and dry, as well as enabled us to drive and wild camp in places many other vehicles can’t reach - courtesy of 4x4 and very high clearance. Big Mo definitely makes you feel wild and free and at home at the same time!
This camper goes from stopped to sleep-ready in seconds or from fully deployed to road ready in less than 30 minutes. There’s a fix double bed so the camper fits two persons very comfortably. But it can fit more passengers as well: the dining table drops down for an additional bed that easily fits an additional adult. So, for 3 people it is absolutely fine and it could probably fit 4 as well, especially if it’s two adults and two kids.
All maintenance has been done regularly, including oil and air filter changed every 5.000-7.000 km. Sourcing replacement filters, parts, etc. has been easy here in South America because it’s a Toyota. The transfer case oil and differential oils were changed at 166k km and Mo also has had regular washing and re-greasings. We also changed the timing belt at 162K km. Of course, it’s not a new car, so it comes with the usual wear and tear of body and interior. But as you can see in the pictures it is still in great condition!
Please find the full details below. Mo is an absolute road warrior and ready for further adventures in South America or the other Americas!
The truck:
- Year: 1993 (engine was completely rebuilt in 2016 at approx. 400k km)
- Plates: Canada
- Make: Toyota
- Type: Pickup (similar to Toyota Hilux and Toyota 4Runner)
- Mileage: 168k km on the rebuilt engine, expected to be around 180k-183k km at sale
- Engine: V6 3.0L 3VZE
- Transmission: 5-gear manual including H4 and L4
- 1.5 cab including 4 seats (see photo)
- Hi Def Stereo with USB link and audio plug-in
- Additive plug-in adapter for cigarette lighter to charge European laptops (or other items)
- Tires: Rear set Dunlop Grand Trek AT3 (new at 111k km); Front set General Grabber AT2 (new at 161k km)
- Lights: Front bullbar added for security and includes additional lights (which has been very useful for off-road adventures)
- Gas tank: 70 L + 2x 16L/20L jerry can
- Additional: spare tire, snow chains for the winter, portable air compressor for adjusting the tire pressure, plenty of tools, towing line, extra belts, filters and fluids
The camper:
- Double bed including bedding + additional bedding for the second bed
- Towels, bed linings and two additional wool blankets
- Dining table can seat up to 4 adults
- Stove with 2 burners (powered by 10L gas tank)
- Sink with manual faucet pump
- 30L water tank + 2x 6L extra bottles
- Additional battery with inverter for lights and to charge items overnight or while driving
- Lots of storage including a wardrobe
- Lots of Kitchen utensils, crockery and cutlery (you are completely equipped for 4 people)
- 2 fold out camping chairs + 3 camping seat + camping table
- Solar shower and hammock
- Installed clothes line to dry your wet stuff
- Light string and other deco
- Assorted games/cards/batteries/medicine/spices/food/other useful items
Asked price: 12.200USD or 11.000 Euros (we are open for negotiation)
We hope to find a new owner who can see what a beauty Big Mo is – from the outside as well as from his inside. Feel free to contact us here or on Whatsapp +33 6 86 92 43 15 (French, English or Spanish) and excuse late answers as we’re still traveling and signal is intermittent.
Muchos Saludos, Amandine & Manu