94 Toyota Pickup 4x4 sale or trade (Puyallup) $7000

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Old 22 Jul 2010, 08:26 am   #1 (permalink)
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Default 94 Toyota Pickup 4x4 sale or trade (Puyallup) $7000

This is probably the most customized Toyota truck in the area. It is a 5 speed 6 cylinder with 140,000 miles. It is a great daily driver and is extremely dependable. There are new front axles, rear shocks, a radiator, water pump, timing belt, tensioner pully, a complete exhaust system - muffler and catalytic converter, the clutch was replaced about 2 years ago, and I recently coated the underbody. About 3 months ago I had window tint, new mud tires and rims installed 3 months ago (tires only have about 4000 miles of wear) as well as 2 12 inch subwoofers and an amp and a top of the line deck with Ipod hookup. ALL WERE PROFESSIONALLY INSTALLED. There are also custom door speakers (meaning there weren’t any door speakers to begin with) and a chrome toolbox. In total I have invested thousands into this truck, at least as much as I am selling it for if not more. Interested in selling or trading for muscle or sportscar with a 350, 383 or 454 chevy. Feel free to email or call/text the cell number is 419-961-4750 ask for Trent..if you are wanting to trade please send me pics of your trade.
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