'97 Landcruiser 40th Anniversary For Sale

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'97 Landcruiser 40th Anniversary For Sale-SOLD

SOLD on 5/27/09.

Toyota Landcruiser 40th Anniversary Limited Edition. 128,000 miles.

East of Austin, Texas. $10,000 obo.

I love this truck but we had a baby last year and I just don't have time to offroad or go camping anymore, and I commute 50 miles everyday for work, so I never drive it anymore. In fact I've only driven it 6,000 in the last two years. Only once since owning it have I taken it seriously offroad (Barnwell Mountain east Texas), but it survived with no body damage. The body and paint are in great shape with typical nicks and scratches, mostly on lower bumpers. Front seats have some wear but still in good shape. All other seats are great. Has third row seats. The 40th Anniversary Edition has two tone seats, auto climate control and darker tone bumpers and door guards. There are probably other extra features that I'm forgetting. Power antenna does not work and passenger power seat came off track on one side. It's safe but doesn'e slide with out extra effort.
Has BFG All Terrains 285/75-16” with only 14,000 miles (Spare is BFG too). In excellent shape.

Besides all the typical Landcruiser features (auto, power windows, power locks, cd, et ceters) Sale also includes:
Front ARB air locker and ARB compressor, not installed and still new in the box. They run about $1000 new for both. Obviously no Factory Lockers.
New Hi-Lift 5 foot jack and Hi-Lift bumper clamp.
Amp and 10" sub. The amp is nicely hidden behind back interior panels. The sub is in a cheap box but it works.
Hidden starter switch. (starts with a push button)
Wheel locks
Underhood light
Rearview mirror with extra map lights.
Large drink holder (nice when you get the extra large Whataburger coke)

Repairs or modifications:
Removed Running boards and mud flaps, but still have them and they go with vehicle.
Raised the spare tire mount for more rear clearance
Replaced PHH about 20,000 miles ago. (It's a small hard to reach heater hose under the intake manifold on the rear of the engine.)
Replaced starter solenoid contacts

I will try to check thread often but can be reach at dlh0054@gmail.com

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