Toyota Land Cruiser - 4x4Labs, ARB, OME lift

US $7,700.00
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Austin, Texas, United States

Features and Specifications

Make: Toyota
Model: Land Cruiser
Type: SUV
Year: 1991
Mileage: 250,220
VIN: jt3fj80w7m0025076
Color: blue/grey
Engine: 4.0L straight six
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: blue/grey
Vehicle Title: Clear

1991 Toyota Land Cruiser

This is a built 91 landcruiser. The OME lift is less than a year old. The 4x4Labs sliders are about 4 months old and don't have a scratch on them. The ARB front bumper is in excellent shape. The interior is in fair condition with the notable exception of the cracked dashboard.There's $3400 worth of off-road accessories on this truck. ...Buy it now before someone else does!
---The Good---
  • new OME 2" lift - heavy duty springs, shocks, caster bushings
  • starts reliably
  • runs well 99% of the time.
  • tie rod ends are new
  • recent alignment
  • Optima yellow top battery
  • power steering pump was replaced with a remanufactured unit in the last couple of years.
  • front knuckles were rebuild less than a year ago
  • recent front to back fluid change and greasing. (brake, radiator, t-case, transmission, u-joints, axels, diffs, birfield joints, wheel bearings)
  • Interior is in respectable shape and the seats only have small visible tears on the side vinyl (see photos)
  • original radio still works
  • drives tight and straight.
  • no vibrations - smooth and quiet
  • all power locks work
  • all power windows work
  • sun roof works
  • recent EGR system repair
  • no engine codes at all
  • new Magnaflow muffler and dual high flow catalytic converters
  • fresh TX inspection
  • 33x10.5" tires are practically new on the original factory alloy wheels
  • New vacuum hoses, new radiator hoses
  • Recent throttle body and intake cleaning
  • does not appear to consume oil or smoke

---The Not So Good---
  • The u-joints have some slop.
  • The speakers are crumby
  • It has a slow coolant leak that appears to be coming from one of the rear heater hoses.
  • slight oil pan leak

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