Single owner clean 2001 SR5 Toyota 4Runner with 151,000 miles for sale. I have kept and maintained this car like it was my kid for the last 17 years. Now I have two actual kids and recently purchased a land cruiser for some more room. The cruiser better last 17 more years. I have gone everywhere with this car and it has always started and never let me down. I would like for it to go to a good home, not an ebay one. The car has been climate controlled garage kept, never missed an oil change, always been kept clean.
This car has tons of well thought out modifications including but not limited to:
1) Shrockworks front bumper with warn winch
2) Shockworks rear bumper with spare tire holder
3) Full set of bud built under skid and side rock sliders installed
4) Newly installed and refreshed Old Man Emu lift kit and suspension
5) Upgraded Toyota Tundra big brakes in the front
6) TRD supercharger with Vortex air intake
7) Fuel Wheels with BFG tires with Good Tread
8) Wet Okole seat covers
9) Upgraded Stereo
10) New Paint at 125k miles
11) Pia Fogs, amber, LED light bar
I am sure I am forgetting things so please ask any questions. The car has had the water pump and belts fully serviced. The car is rust free A new transmission was installed by Toyota under warranty at 85k miles due to an unknown issue with shifting into reverse. Asking $14,999 OBO. Located 40 minutes outside Philadelphia.
Impressive setup. Now if I only had $$$ - lol. I'm looking at an '01 in the Bay area that's bone stock - TRD charger though. They're asking $6999. It's loaded with leather, in GREAT shape but there's no mileage listed in the ad so I have to call when they open. It's white with silver fenders. Clean truck. I currently have a 1999 manual SR5 4R now that has a cracked block and bell housing from massive vibration (driveshaft & slip yolk bent and drove 8 hours from Vegas to Sacramento - lesson learned) so I'll be parting THAT out soon enough. I was going to MAYBE pilfer the manual goodies (ecu, clutch pedal/slave parts, wire harness, cluster, trim, etc) off of it where I can and IF I can to build a manual supercharged '01. If that's even possible I'm not sure... any thoughts?? Thanks! -NoobMat