Should I sell my 2009 VXR for a 2008 LX570 (1 Viewer)

Should I sell my LC for the LX?

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Hi, So I'm new I just bought my 2009 Land Cruiser VXR October of 2019 I'll post pictures of the VXR and I bought it for 80,000 Riyals ($21,970) and now I saw and inspected a 2008 LX570. I know they are the same but I want to get an LX570 so I can have the same car as my dad (2018 LX570s).

My 2009 VXR is in good condition. No accident history, serviced by Toyota only, the engine is in great condition. Overall still drives like new it's at 181,000KM (112468m).

The 2008 LX570 I inspected is kind of in a rough shape but it still looks good. It was remodeled to a 2015 model and repainted. The original paint was gold then the owner repainted it to white. The front and side cams don't work, the AHC was replaced with springs, the button for the tailgate does not work, but it is only at 121,000Km (75185m), and it was only serviced by Lexus 5 times and the owner agreed to a price of 70,000 Riyals ($19,225).
 

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Changing the color of a vehicle is done either 2 ways: 1: Close the doors and hood, squirt paint on all the panels. Or the correct way: Yank EVERYTHING out, engine, wiring, glass, interior, then paint everything the new color (door jambs, under hood, etc), then put it back together. Which way did they do that truck?
 
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No. That LX could be hiding a multitude of problems, including accidents. Your LC is the MUCH better vehicle, based on the limited info posted.
I forgot to mention a lot of things about my car but I don’t really know anything that much about the lx as well.
 
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Changing the color of a vehicle is done either 2 ways: 1: Close the doors and hood, squirt paint on all the panels. Or the correct way: Yank EVERYTHING out, engine, wiring, glass, interior, then paint everything the new color (door jambs, under hood, etc), then put it back together. Which way did they do that truck?
When I checked the tailgate the tubes that goes inside the car had some sprinkle of paint and some are purely white
 

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