2000 Toyota Tacoma 4WD Truck (White) (Redmond, WA) $10000

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Old 14 May 2011, 12:20 am   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2000 Toyota Tacoma 4WD Truck (White) (Redmond, WA) $10000

I am selling my white 4wheel drive Toyota Tacoma extended cab pickup truck. I have owned it for over 4 years now, and I have never had a single problem with it save for having to replace the ignition (the lock went bad and the key wouldnt turn the ignition anymore). I am selling it only because I would like to upgrade to one of the newer versions of Toyota Tacomas (i.e.2006,2007). It has been lifted a bit and has the larger size tires with thick tread. (This thing is wonderful in the snow!) The truck is an automatic and has approximately 178,000 miles on it, and it has the hinged hydraulic lid on the back which is removable simply by opening 4 clamps that otherwise hold it in place. The outside is white and the interior tan. AM/FM CD/MP3 player will be left as well and works just fine. There is a jack and a spare tire in the back. I have kept up on the oil changes as well (every 3000 miles). Mechanically, the truck is completely sound. Everything works. The only issue here is a brake light that is permanently on but otherwise meaningless, and the emergency brake itself to which it pertains isn't as strong as it used to be, though I never really use it anyways.

There is a crack about 20" long in the front windshield. I may have it fixed soon if it hasn't yet sold. For now estimates to replace it are around $300.00+. The paintjob has a few small scratches, nicks, etc. No dings/dents of any kind. Lastly, the interior is dirty. Not chewed up and torn apart dirty mind you...but dirty. The seats are worn and have some old stains on them, and the front floor carpets need a deep deep cleaning to be brought back to life.

As I have it listed for sale I may at some point go have a really nice detail job done and even buy some proper seat covers and carpets. Of course, if I do I'll probably raise the price back up a bit. Most trucks like mine here with similar miles are going all day long for $11,500 to $12,500. This is an extremely high demand truck. So, taking everything into account I have went ahead and priced it a bit lower at $10,000, which seems very fair to me.

Anyways, there are plenty more specs but just go ahead and contact me at this point if you have any questions. Thanks.



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