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Very Low Miles: 30k, Manual Trans, Arb Bumper/3"lift, Full Roof Rack, 4x4/4wd on 2040-cars

US $22,500.00
Year:2007 Mileage:30003 Color: paint and one deep scratch on the rear hatch where the
Location:

Springfield, Missouri, United States

Springfield, Missouri, United States

KBB for this truck is $23k-$25k+. Asking $22,900 obo, the low end of KBB, and it has approximately $5k in accessories: ARB front bumper, All-pro rear bumper, ARB/OME 3" lift kit, full Baja rack with dual gas can holder and Fourtreks tool and high lift jack mount (Smittybilt jack included), OEM rock sliders, Bushwacker fender flares, extended vents up in to the rear quarter (rear diff, e-locker, transmission, transfer case) or under the hood (starter, front diff), 5 new OEM steel wheels w/new Goodyear tires (approx. 6k miles), and factory service manuals. Synthetic Mobil 1 every 5k miles and recently changed rear diff fluid to synthetic redline when I did the vent extension. Engine has a fresh oil change and OEM filter; it is ready to drive anywhere! New 6 year HD battery. Also greased all drive line joints. Disabled key in ignition and seat belt beeper. This is a smoking deal for someone who is looking to build something similar: all accessories are FREE and included in the asking price.

This is a Toyota and it only has 30k miles on it: best deal on ebay for such low miles! As should be expected, nothing is wrong with it, it works perfectly, and it needs nothing; drives like a brand new truck. Manual 6-speed transmission. A-trac (front pseudo non-binding locker via brakes), torsion diff, and rear e-locker = unstoppable off-road. A few rock chips and scratches in the interior and exterior from camping and general use. For the most part, nothing out of the ordinary except the one deep scratch where the 4WD sticker is now located on the rear hatch. There is a crack in the windshield, lower left corner, so I will have a new windshield put in for the buyer. This is not a mall cruiser; it was built to be used as intended, and still looks great! Rear seats are currently out and a truck mat in its place for camping gear, but the seats are included and in perfect condition. Truck has zero rust and I am the second owner.

Please note, there was a typo title discrepancy I hadn't noticed until posting this ad on ebay (see vehicle history report): purchased at 23,625 miles from the original owner, NOT 236,250. This has already been corrected thru the DMV as of the day this ad was posted. I would be happy to send a picture of the DMV receipt to an interested buyer proving there is no longer an odo discrepancy on the title, and I also added a pic of the odo on the ad. There is absolutely no lien on the title as ebay suggests, I own it outright. Let me know if you have any questions and thanks for looking,

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