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1991 4Runner with 3.4 swap - what is its Value? $$

Old 11-15-2018, 01:54 PM
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1991 4Runner with 3.4 swap - what is its Value? $$

So it's been a long time, the 3.4 L swap has been fine, it's just that we just don't drive the 4runner that much any more. That and an upcoming move has had us thinking about selling the 4runner before the move is finalized. Findings a value for this type of vehicle seems to have a rather wide range so I'm opening it up to what members think. Mods obvious if this is in the wrong forum please let me know, I promise I won't be offended if the thread gets moved or closed.

Vehicle is a 1991 toyota 4runner with a 3.4L swap. body/frame has 301K, motor has roughly 115k. Motor was out of a 1998 T100 that had rear ended.
AC works, but admittedly has a small leak
Body was raised 1.5 inch with 4crawler body lifts
Bilstein shocks replaced all four corners
old man emu steering damper
front and rear diffs replace with 4.10 gear, rear diff has some sort of LSD but memory escapes me
General AT tires roughly 5 years old but good tread
Aisin locking hubs

Body is straight, but vehicle was involved in a front accident a few years back, where the front headlights and grill was updated to the newer body style.

Swap was done by myself (shudder) but the swap has really been trouble free since it was done. Crossover pipe is from ORS.

There is a small rust area near the driver rear wheel well.

What do you guys/gals think is reasonable to ask?









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I think you need to post better pictures of the exterior and also of the interior.

what is that plug just sort of hanging out in the pic of the steering stabilizer? Sensor plug or bulb or?

Auto or Manual?

based on info provided, provided pics and what I have seen before $3500 maybe low. A lot Depends on the local market (no location given)

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Originally Posted by dropzone View Post
I think you need to post better pictures of the exterior and also of the interior.

what is that plug just sort of hanging out in the pic of the steering stabilizer? Sensor plug or bulb or?

Auto or Manual?

based on info provided, provided pics and what I have seen before $3500 maybe low. A lot Depends on the local market (no location given)
Fair enough, I was stalling on the interior pictures as I've not had time to clean it completely out. I'm in Oklahoma currently.

It is an Auto.

The plug that's hanging is the plug that was there for I believe the front diff before it was swapped out.
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More pics, one stumbling block will be the wiring. While everything works, I had left the wiring out just in case I needed to make any changes. I never got around to making brackets to place the 98 T100 ecu back in the stock position.




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