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Old 05-10-2007, 10:54 PM   #1
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Sold my Pre-TACO!

I just sold my 1994 Pickup for $2K one day after putting signs in the window. Never even listed it anywhere. I had 8 calls on it today just from passers by. I could have gotten more out of it I think but it got a good home.

I'm going to miss that little pickup!

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Old 05-11-2007, 05:02 AM   #2
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Wow. Great shape for a 1994. Something like that would fetch over $5K around here.
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Old 05-11-2007, 05:45 AM   #3
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Man! I wish I had $2K. I would definitely have given you $2K for that truck. Hopefully I will find a 4x4 truck for ~$4K in the next two years (I need a toyota).

Congrats on selling your truck!
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Very impressive. I would have paid more for that. It looks like it is in excellent condition. It would have made a perfect DC road car. It wouldn't look the same after 4 months here.
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Nice pickup. Definetley worth 2000 .

I remember when I sold our 89 SR5 4x4 22R-E, I was bummed for a while.
The 22RE motor was bulletproof and returned over 20 mpg. That was with 32" tires.

Hope I don't get flamed for this but I think the build quality of the Pre-Tacos was better then the current Tacoma pick-ups.
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It was a 2WD/4cyl/5spd reg cab. It had no power anything, no A/C, and a 144K miles on bald tires. But yes it looked and drove fantastic. Other than a couple small dents and a cracked 3rd brake housing from an ice sheet this winter flying off a semi.

KBB was putting at $2400 with good tires, and Edmond's was putting it at $1400.

I was going to list it in the paper and on Craigslist for $2600 but this guy kept me from having to field numerous phone calls and race home for test drives, and I never did anything but put signs in it a day ago.

If I could have seriously gotten $5K for it I am kicking myself right now.
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Nice pickup. Definitely worth 2000 .

I remember when I sold our 89 SR5 4x4 22R-E, I was bummed for a while.

Hope I don't get flamed for this but I think the Pre-Tacos were better made then the Tacomas.

The 22RE motor was bulletproof and returned over 20 mpg.
I agree, that truck was bullet proof. I drove it hard... as if it were a WRC car, and it would just ask for more. Part of the reason I didn't buy another manual transmission. Too temping

Mine got 28mpg if drove properly... I usually got 24mpg

I'm sure I'm weepy because I had this truck for 8 years. Longest I ever had a vehicle before that was maybe 2 years. They just didn't last beyond 80K. I never had anything major go wrong on this truck. I changed a starter, brakes, and a thermostat, and besides oil, that's it. If the engine and paint last that long on my new TACO... I'll be one happy permanent Toyota patron.
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I agree, that truck was bullet proof. I drove it hard... as if it were a WRC car, and it would just ask for more. Part of the reason I didn't buy another manual transmission. Too temping

Mine got 28mpg if drove properly... I usually got 24mpg

I'm sure I'm weepy because I had this truck for 8 years. Longest I ever had a vehicle before that was maybe 2 years. They just didn't last beyond 80K. I never had anything major go wrong on this truck. I changed a starter, brakes, and a thermostat, and besides oil, that's it. If the engine and paint last that long on my new TACO... I'll be one happy permanent Toyota patron.
I agree. This is my first Tacoma also (see sig)

I am hoping for the best but I would love to be able to go back and buy a solid-front axle 22R or 22RE 5-Speed 4x4 Toyota.
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Wow. Great shape for a 1994. Something like that would fetch over $5K around here.

It's in evilly good shape for a `94...hmmm!
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Nice condition for your taco
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