SOLD Georgia; 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser (1 Viewer)

Dec 14, 2010
Fayetteville, Georgia
Vehicle Model
  1. 80 Series
Fayetteville Georgia, United States
1995 Toyota Land Cruiser, 276,500 miles

After owning for 10 years, I am selling my 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser. It is a daily driver. It is well used but reliable. It has the typical wear and tear of a 25 year old Toyota. As far as I know, this was a southern truck (my records show it lived in NC, SC, GA). The frame is rust free. The only rust underneath is minor surface rust, mostly from bare metal after scraping across rocks on the trail.

Asking $8500

Nightshadow Pearl (dark blue) with black rhino liner added by a previous owner.
Grey leather seats. Brand new Marathon seat covers (made in USA) on the Front seats.
Power windows, power locks, power sunroof, power seat all work except where noted below.
3rd row seats
Locking Center Differential (no FR & RR lockers)
Alpine stereo & speakers with bluetooth
mechanically runs great, no Check Engine Light, passes Georgia emissions
Non smoker. No pets. No smells in the interior.

New (less than 1000 miles) 35" tires (BF Goodrich A/T KO2 315/75/R16)
Old Man Emu 3" lift
Slee caster correction kit
Slee front swaybar drop blocks
ARB front bumper (winch ready)
7 Pin Modification for locking Center Differential High (used a spare Hazard switch)
Pesky Heater Hose replaced with Gates hose kit
rear heater bypassed
Koyo aluminum radiator
Alarm system completely removed
Wheel Skinz steering wheel cover
replaced hood and tailgate struts

Baselined the engine when I bought it (fluids, filters, hoses, EGR system, evap canister, PHH, fuel filter)
Never had the head off when I owned it.
I have a folder of records and receipts. Along with a digital log of the last 5 years of work done.
I use Toyota OEM on critical parts and where possible. I also use premium fluids.
I only use high quality oil (Shell, Mobil1) and premium oil filters (Toyota, Mobil1, PureOne).
I only use Toyota red Long Life coolant
Mobil1 ATF in the power steering
Mobil1 Synthetic Gear Oil in the axles
Cat Moly 5 grease in the Birfs

Work done in the last 3 years
New brake booster (Sieken, Toyota OEM supplier)
New brake master cylinder (Toyota OEM, Aisin)
New battery (NAPA Legend)
New belts (Toyota OEM)
New alternator (Toyota Reman)
New rubber brake lines (Toyota OEM)
New front brake rotors (Toyota OEM)
New brake pads, front and rear (EBC Green Stuff)
New brake calipers, 1 front and 2 rear (Toyota OEM), 1 front Napa Reman
New starter (Carquest)

Issues to Note
SRS (Airbag) system is in fault. The SRS light was On. Light bulb removed from the dash.
Birfields click when turning under power, passenger side birf leaking grease
There is steering wheel play, probably at the limit of the FSM
rear door, driver side, leaks rainwater onto the lower inner door panel
rear door, driver side, power lock no longer works. It must be locked/unlocked manually
small oil weep from the rear of the power steering pump
small oil leak from the oil pan gasket
power antennae replaced with a fixed, aftermarket
paint clearcoat is peeling on the hood
paint is oxidized on the roof
drivers mirror does not fold in (JB Weld holding it in place)
driver door interior window trim missing
driver power seat adjustment knob broken off
A/C works OK but could use a recharge for the Georgia summers
Heater blows warm, not hot, in the winter
Driveline groans when decelerating
Some lights on the Fan/heater controls do not work
trail damage on passenger rear quarter panel (fixed with bondo by previous owner)
trail damage on passenger rear door and fend flare
crude dent repair on rear door, driver side, repaired by previous owner
pinstriping on the paint from trail use
rear window defroster disconnected (only 3 strips remained working)
Front seats have the typical Landcruiser leather cracks and rips, thus the seat covers
Cracks in the top of the dashboard

Thanks for looking.

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