I bought this one with 212k miles on it, pretty much rebuilt the whole thing and dropped in a 460 with a zf 5 speed. It came from the factory with a front bench seat which is wonderful. It has carried us all over northern California. When I price out a replacement truck my head explodes so I plan on driving this one till I "rust out"
Toyota 4 Runners are great vehicles. I considered one of them before I settled on my Nissan Frontier. I felt the need for more towing capacity. Tacomas are great trucks, but around here they tend to be over priced for used for high mileage vehicles. I figured the best bang for my buck was the Frontier I have been very happy with it.That is how I feel about my 4 runner. I've been thinking about getting a truck but keep on returning back to The 4 runner. My runner has been very good to me all my others cars in my lifetime went to s*** way too early. This is still going strong and keeps up with whatever I throw at her.
I haven't been able to find anything since 05 that peeked my interest enough to shell out big bucks
for another rig...Eventually I wont have a choice but I hope it's later than sooner.
It's much easier to shell out a little here and there vs that Monthly payment that can still costThis is pretty much exactly why I went with something old and quirky. Cost a whole lot less; so much less that I can just consider it play money. And it solves the need.
Agree...I only do payments when it's unavoidable...I bought mine new in 05 and it is still going strong minus the bit of rust repair.I simply don't do payments. I save up until I have the cash and buy, then run it for what turns into decades. I bought a 1994 truck new and still have it. I didnt buy another new truck until 2019.
Agree...I only do payments when it's unavoidable...I bought mine new in 05 and it is still going strong minus the bit of rust repair.
When i step up to a TT pop up will sold or be traded in and the diff will paid at time of purchase.
No payments allow flexability.