Pittsburgh, PA: 2006/ Land Cruiser/ 198k, rust free, Trail Tailor, White Knuckle, OME (1 Viewer)

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Pittsburgh, PA
Year
2006
Vehicle Model
  1. 100 Series
Location
15221 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, United States
Mileage
198680
Color
Gold
Thanks for looking. Listing my 2006 Land Cruiser in Sonora Gold for trade, but would possibly consider selling.


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Fully baselined and maintained, with tasteful modifications listed below. Zero rust, southern vehicle that has only lived in this area for the last couple years, and has been faithfully treated with Fluid Film annually to prevent rust and corrosion (thats also why the undercarriage and frame look dirty in these pics).

  • Location: Pittsburgh, PA
  • 2006 Toyota Landcruiser
  • VIN JTEHT05J062080677
  • 198,6XX miles
  • OME 2.5" medium duty lift (AHC deleted)
  • (5x) 275/50/17 Cooper Discoverer AT3 XLT tires, less than 3k miles
  • Trail Tailor front upper control arms
  • Trail Tailor front and rear swaybar links
  • Trail Tailor front and rear recovery points
  • White Knuckle sliders
  • BORA 1.25" wheel spacers
  • Yakima Loadwarrior roof basket
  • Ruff Tuff front seat covers with pistol pockets and spec ops backs
  • Morel Maximo front door speakers
  • USB/USB-C charger with voltage read out
  • LED interior lighting
I searched for 6 months for this truck, and intended to keep it forever. The only reason I am looking to trade it is because I'd rather have a stock Land Cruiser. I don't go off-road, and since this was built to do that, I think someone else can get better use out of it and I can hopefully find a similar condition stock 100 or 80 series.

I purchased the vehicle a little over a year ago from a fellow Mud member, see previous ad here. Great background info from the PO that explains all the goodies on this truck: For Sale - PA: 2006 Landcruiser, Southern Truck, 192k, OME, WKO and Trail Tailor Goodies **SOLD** - https://forum.ih8mud.com/threads/pa-2006-landcruiser-southern-truck-192k-ome-wko-and-trail-tailor-goodies-sold.1165010/#post-12631972

The previous owner performed the majority of the work in the table below and all of the modifications. Since I've owned it I've done the following:

  • Replaced drivers side front wheel bearing with Cruiser Brothers kit
  • Replaced drivers side front CV axle
  • Undercarriage professionally treated with Fluid Film
  • YotaMD key
  • Weather Tech mats (front only)
  • A/C drain line extension kit from Cruiser Garage

Trade Considerations: Any unmodified, rust-free 80 or 100 series Land Cruiser, would consider LX’s. I’d really like to find an 80 series (’95-’97 ideally) White or Green color is preferred, but would consider others.
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Thanks for looking. Listing my 2006 Land Cruiser in Sonora Gold for trade, but would possibly consider selling.


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Fully baselined and maintained, with tasteful modifications listed below. Zero rust, southern vehicle that has only lived in this area for the last couple years, and has been faithfully treated with Fluid Film annually to prevent rust and corrosion (thats also why the undercarriage and frame look dirty in these pics).

  • Location: Pittsburgh, PA
  • 2006 Toyota Landcruiser
  • VIN JTEHT05J062080677
  • 198,6XX miles
  • OME 2.5" medium duty lift (AHC deleted)
  • (5x) 275/50/17 Cooper Discoverer AT3 XLT tires, less than 3k miles
  • Trail Tailor front upper control arms
  • Trail Tailor front and rear swaybar links
  • Trail Tailor front and rear recovery points
  • White Knuckle sliders
  • BORA 1.25" wheel spacers
  • Yakima Loadwarrior roof basket
  • Ruff Tuff front seat covers with pistol pockets and spec ops backs
  • Morel Maximo front door speakers
  • USB/USB-C charger with voltage read out
  • LED interior lighting
I searched for 6 months for this truck, and intended to keep it forever. The only reason I am looking to trade it is because I'd rather have a stock Land Cruiser. I don't go off-road, and since this was built to do that, I think someone else can get better use out of it and I can hopefully find a similar condition stock 100 or 80 series.

I purchased the vehicle a little over a year ago from a fellow Mud member, see previous ad here. Great background info from the PO that explains all the goodies on this truck: For Sale - PA: 2006 Landcruiser, Southern Truck, 192k, OME, WKO and Trail Tailor Goodies **SOLD** - https://forum.ih8mud.com/threads/pa-2006-landcruiser-southern-truck-192k-ome-wko-and-trail-tailor-goodies-sold.1165010/#post-12631972

The previous owner performed the majority of the work in the table below and all of the modifications. Since I've owned it I've done the following:

  • Replaced drivers side front wheel bearing with Cruiser Brothers kit
  • Replaced drivers side front CV axle
  • Undercarriage professionally treated with Fluid Film
  • YotaMD key
  • Weather Tech mats (front only)
  • A/C drain line extension kit from Cruiser Garage

Trade Considerations: Any unmodified, rust-free 80 or 100 series Land Cruiser, would consider LX’s. I’d really like to find an 80 series (’95-’97 ideally) White or Green color is preferred, but would consider others.View attachment 2548804

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Im in southern MD and have been toying with the idea of getting rid of my stock 97 Lexus LX450 280k

the truck is very rust free, is does have a small dent in the passenger quarter around the tail light from the PO hitting the side of his garage that has a little surface rust.

maintenance performed

PO had the head gasket done at Lexus at 210k
new valve cover gasket OEM
new pcv valve and the 2 upper breather hoses OEM
new exhaust manifolds with all new hardware
plugs and wire set OEM
new brake pads all around
CSF metal rad coolant flush
new thermostat OEM
new battery

the cons:
oil pump seal has a small leak
the front seat need to be replaced or recovered
the a/c belt needs a new tensioner

Its a great truck and with the rise in 80 series prices rust free stock ones are getting harder to find at least in my experience. interior id get 7/10, body id give 7/10 few dents and could use a really good buff/paint correction. rust free 9/10 its really nice underneath. the only thin that has been "modified" is I did redo the exhaust it all factory including the cats only thing that has changed is muffler to an A/M one and it exits right before the rear axle ( it sounds really good IMO )

let me know if your at all interested and we can talk more

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Put me on your list too please if you decide to sell. I’m a half hour away from you. Thanks.
 
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If you don't go offroad, why trade it for an 80? It's going to drive considerably worse and down on power, loud, slow, and rough...reason to get an 80 is because of their offroading capability. Something to think consider.

The market is good right now to sell your cruiser, and use that money and pick up a stock 06-07 Hundy.
 
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If you don't go offroad, why trade it for an 80? It's going to drive considerably worse and down on power, loud, slow, and rough...reason to get an 80 is because of their offroading capability. Something to think consider.

The market is good right now to sell your cruiser, and use that money and pick up a stock 06-07 Hundy.
I’ve seen that term before. What is a Hundy? Thanks in advance. 🙂
 
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If you don't go offroad, why trade it for an 80? It's going to drive considerably worse and down on power, loud, slow, and rough...reason to get an 80 is because of their offroading capability. Something to think consider.

The market is good right now to sell your cruiser, and use that money and pick up a stock 06-07 Hundy.
There are many reasons to own a Land Cruiser other than taking it off-road. Having owned a 62 series and now a 100 series, I can appreciate the refined feel of it versus the 62, and the 80 series I've test driven, but I've just always liked the 80 series so its also nostalgia for me.
 
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Who will I park next to in the SS lot?
Good luck with sale... great looking truck!

I’ll trade you straight up and we each keep our wheels
 
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Who will I park next to in the SS lot?
Good luck with sale... great looking truck!

I’ll trade you straight up and we each keep our wheels

I always appreciate seeing your rig in the lot! The spacers look good!

I just bought a bit of a project 80 series over the weekend, so it’s looking like I’ll be keeping the 100 most likely and just being that guy with two Land Cruisers.
 
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I always appreciate seeing your rig in the lot! The spacers look good!

I just bought a bit of a project 80 series over the weekend, so it’s looking like I’ll be keeping the 100 most likely and just being that guy with two Land Cruisers.
Those are the SCS F5 with +10mm offset. So I was able to avoid spacers

I saw a nice 200 in the lot the other day... now I need to keep an eye out for an 80
 

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