SOLD SOLD: Houston, TX 1999 Land Cruiser 180K miles (NEVER FLOODED)

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Been lurking here for a long time with only like two posts.
The time has come to sell our 1999 LC with 180K miles.
Has been in my family it's entire life. Father-in-law bought it new, and then my wife took it over. Brought my first child home from the hospital in it.
I believe I have pretty much full maintenance records. Happy to get CarFax
Had plans for the family to start getting outside more, camping, etc, but it hasn't panned out.
Mallcrawler, daily driver. Did NOT flood during Harvey or at any other time. Spent most of it's life in Texas (Houston or Dallas) with 5 years in the middle in Tulsa, Oklahoma.






Complete set of photos here (exterior photos taken with a polarizing filter to cut glare)
Google Drive photo gallery (200+ photos)

Tried to document all the body issues and interior issues possible. Paint is okay, could use a professional correction. Tires will need to be replaced soon. Original leather, original carpet. Front seat has the usual tear unfortunately.
Just replaced the upper center console with Toyota OEM as the dealer wood trim was peeling and broken. Plus = new cup holder and lid!

JT (before they were Nitro) front upper control arms
OME shocks all around
OME front torsion bars, OME "medium" rear springs
Slee diff drop
18" Toyota wheels, missing one center cap (left two off for the photos)
Spare is still 16" factory
Slee front bumper
Warn M-8000S winch
Thorley headers
Everything has been worked on by Javier's shop here in Houston (Gulf Coast Crawl Shop), who does most of the 40,60, and all other generation LC work in town.

Removed roof rails (but have them)
Dealer/port installed flares removed (but have them)

NO rear locker
YES rear A/C
YES 3rd row seating

Learned a lot from this forum. Want this truck to go to a good home, someone who can appreciate it and use it, which we haven't been able to do.

I recognize the tires and the timing belt service will represent a relatively significant near term cost.
Asking 11K or best offer. Willing to meet in Houston area to look over.

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How is it a 99 without a rear locker?
Rear diff locker was an option for 1999. My father-in-law isn't / wasn't interested in any kind of off-roading at all. Was purchased at that time exclusively as a daily driver for my mother-in-law. Thanks for checking out the post and for the question.
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