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Old 02-14-2007, 02:10 PM   #1
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Question 1988 Toyota 4Runner $1,200 obo

My wife is now driving an 04 Outback Limited, I'm rocking the 03 Legacy wagon. With 2 Merkur XR4Ti's in the garage, a Saab 900 "ice racer" in the yard and another XR4Ti and a Saab 96 polluting my parents' yard, this needs to go. In short, too many projects.

1988 Toyota 4Runner



99,900 miles. Gray with black roof, 22R-E, 5-speed, 4wd. $1200/bo

The Good:

Low Miles for year, new front fenders, recent tires. Mobil 1 since 70k miles, Bilstein shocks, passed NH inspection 11/06 (at 97k miles).

The Bad:

Clutch slipping. Unexplained coolant loss. If I didn’t have two other project cars, I’d change the clutch and then also tackle the radiator (looks to be original 18 year old unit), water pump, timing chain and the headgasket. This is the base model 4Runner. No tach, no AC, crank-up windows (except for rear gate).

The Ugly:

Rear quarter panels were repaired just before I bought it, there is some bubbling there, so I’m sure the bondo will eventually loosen up. The tailgate has some small rust holes in the bottom, could use some TLC. That said, the body is still better than just about any one that I’ve seen. Frame is still decent, too.

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This could make a great off-road rig with a live axle front suspension, and I know where there is one that may be available. With a few weekends worth of work, it could be a good reliable machine for another 99k miles. You could also use this as the base of a frame off restoration while it’s still pretty nice. Only 6 more years until it’s an “antique auto” in NH!

See more photos at: http://s28.photobucket.com/albums/c2...rally/4runner/

Email me at: andrewsteere@tds.net

Location: Lyndeborough, NH (15 minutes NW of Milford, NH)

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Old 02-19-2007, 11:53 AM   #2
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Anybody interested at $900 obo?

Pulled two cars out of ditches with it last week! Clutch held (I was in 4 low)!
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Old 02-19-2007, 12:37 PM   #3
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I'm interested. How much do you think it costs to ship to washington? I have never purchased a car over the net before.
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Old 03-12-2007, 09:12 PM   #4
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ttt, Toyota goodness! Make offer before I get motivated and work on it. The Saabs have left and it's getting warmer.

Did I mention this is one of the old school ones that is a mere 28 bolts from having the back half of the roof come off?
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Old 03-12-2007, 09:33 PM   #5
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kinda tempting ill be thinking about it free bump.............
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