For Sale 1986 HJ60

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United States
Diesel HJ For sale . Inline 6 new toyo 33" M/T's newer batteries, brushes, fuel filter, pinion seal and axles seals from marlin and rebuilt at 250,000kms.
$4000
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Grande Prairie, AB.
interior is not too bad driver seat is worn in, missing headliner. and needs a good cleaning.
rust on driver door. frame has always been oil sprayed.
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Bump for a good deal on a really decent Canadian truck. I hope one of our southern brothers is looking for a diesel swap. A rebuilt 2H on a solid (possible) frame is a great start to a killer truck. Hell those tires got to have cost close to $1000 if not more...

Importing it into the US should be pretty simple.....

PS, I use to live in Grande Prairie back in the 70's.... Damn that made me feel old!
 
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thanks man., ya i just moved up here from ontario. it gets cold here.
and they did cost over 1000.
elsewhere i have it listed higher but i figured my mud brothers always help me out and give me good deals. so i'll do the same.
heres some engine bay pics.
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polarweasel

Where's mah cruzah?
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I want this! Let me see what I can sell....

Anyone know how much it will cost to import to the US?

Importing is cheap and easy. I've done it, and it was a piece of cake at the border, and only a small headache at the county clerk's office when I got it home. Check the diesel forum for the importing FAQ.

What month was this built in 1986? (Check the driver-side B pillar data plate) That will determine how easy it is to import. The vehicle must be 25 years old, and they will check the month -- or at least, they did on mine!
 

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