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What is the value of a built 80?

Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by SR.GRINGO, Aug 11, 2005.

  1. SR.GRINGO

    SR.GRINGO

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    I was just doing some thinking. Out of pure curiosity what is the value of a built 80. I'm in no hurry to sell it. I built it for expedition use and camping. Where do you think it would fetch the highest dollar--ebay? maybe on slee? The interior is in good shap overall I would give her an 8 out of 10 and the exterior a 7 out of 10. I can get more pics in the day light. It is a ton of fun--I always dreamed of having a daily driver run on 35's :)

    1994(has the bus tranny)143k
    Available for delivery to Tucson AZ--shiping to San Fran about $800
    Diff locks
    center diff lock
    leather intact
    315/75-16 BFG M/T--new
    OME heavy lift with caster correction and trim packers
    OME stearing stabilizer
    Slee wiring harnes for the head lights
    HIR bulbs
    ARB bumper
    240 Lightforce lights
    IPF lights
    4.88 gears--reider racing ring and pinion
    rebuilt front axle --used all Toyota parts from CDan
    rebuilt rear axle --used all Toyota parts from CDan
    changed front/rear diff oil 4x in 10k partially due to the 4.88's
    changed transfer case oil 2x
    Have been cycling the ATF--have done 3x changes in 10k
    new radiator/thermostat/water pump as PM
    plugs/wires/cap/rotor
    Sliders composed of 3/16 2x6 with 1" 3/16 pipe--100 pounds each give or take
    stainless steel brake lines
    snorkel
    husky mats front, middle, and rear
    rear drop blocks
    extended diff breathers
    1/0 welding cable ran to the rear
    Yakima racks
    Most of the records
    Guy I bought it from had is since 40k miles to 132k miles it was a 3rd car used as a ski mobile in Norcal
    Air Horn
     
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    I'd pay 15000; sort of like my 94

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    semlin discouraged user

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  4. SR.GRINGO

    SR.GRINGO

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    I figured as much. I don't think it is very easy to get a loan for cars that are over 10 years old. Well good thing I live in a 3rd world country where the 4-wheeling is still good. I'll do what I set out to do and wheel the hell out it :D I actually thought about purchasing the one in the link above--it sounds really nice. I think I will save a little more and in a year or two purchase an older LX470 :) And keep the 80 for the rain season and to wheel with :idea:
    Somebody should buy the one in the link above--it is a good value.