Battle Born Cruisers- thank you all for your hospitality at the one and only meeting I was able to attend here. Unfortunatly, my plans for participation in the group and exploration of this great state have been canceled by a career opportunity that can't be passed up. As this is an interstate move, the little 82 Long Bed I picked up can't come along- please see below. Thank you again, and good luck and happy trails to all, Grant FS 82 Long Bed 4x4 Cal truck. Reno, NV 1200 or offer Local sale only- please don’t make offers on this until you see it in person so you know what you are getting. Contact- Grant, 775 747 3228, or cell 775 247 6781 or firstname.lastname@example.org DETAILS: 1982 Toyota Longbed 4X4 SR-5 truck, 22r Cal Emissions. PS, no air, SR-5 gauges good, stock radio, seats, camper window, vent windows, good dash 304,XXX on the truck, 150,XXX on motor and trans (so I’m told) CONDITION: Surface rust from being in Tahoe area. A few spots close to penetrating on bed. Tires mostly hold air. Very good dash and instrument clusters, has not been cut up (NO butchered stereo/speakers install) Previous owner said he ran bad gas in it, which supposedly is why it ran rough I ran Seafoam through it, really made a difference but still rough (rough, variable idle- smoothes out at speed but feels held back). May be vacuum issue, carb, accelerator pump. Power steering has a whine, clutch needs adjusting, brakes need bleeding- all are functional though. Truck is very stock and unmolested/unaltered- images at http://new.photos.yahoo.com/grantmossman/ WHY (boo hoo): I picked this up several months ago, finally having time and $ to get back into wheeling (its been a 6 year exile from life with wheeling and trucks, and the therapy they both provided). I have had many Toyotas and other old, abused trucks, and I get a feel for which ones have a heart of gold and which are just a few tons of soon to be scrap steel with no life in them- like you can tell at the pound which dogs will be loyal friends for a lifetime and which will kill your wife’s cat and run off at the first chance they get. Well, this was the first truck I found here that had a good feel, even though it ran rough. I tinkered with it some, replaced some vacuum fittings, and started planning what I wanted to make it into... Then the dark, ominous cloud of career ambitions cast its shadow on our life, and we now are picking up and making another multi-state move in pursuit of greener pastures, and this little truck will be one of the many sacrifices we’ll have to make to accomplish this transition. So not only do I have to sell it (undoubtedly for a loss), but my hopes of returning to the pass time and fellowship I love and long for are again put off again indefinitely (sniff, sniff). SO- I hope it will go to someone that will enjoy it, and not to the clowns that want to send it to Guatemala or whatever. Realistically, I hope there is someone local that needs a Cal emissions truck project. The dash and instruments are sweet, it is overall very stock and unmolested, and the rust is not so far gone that it can’t be addressed. I am asking 1200, but am open to offers from Toyota folks (I am posting it to craigslist and will be less flexible to the general public). I move in 10 days and need to have this gone ASAP.