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Old 05-22-2013, 12:16 AM   #881
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A couple more, little blurry

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Old 06-04-2013, 09:53 AM   #882
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I was very lucky to find this unmolested 88' a year ago. It had just under 97,000 original miles. I bought it from the original owner. An older man in his 70's. It spent most of its life in Arizona and was always garage kept. I just rolled 101,000 miles. Absolutely no rust and not even a dent on the entire vehicle.





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Old 06-04-2013, 10:51 AM   #883
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saw this BAMF yesterday and holy shit the interior looked as good as the exterior clean, clean, CLEAN!!!!!!!

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Old 06-30-2013, 06:04 PM   #884
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Here's my '94. It is on the racks right now(only take it fishing on post really), until i can find a solid front axle and someone to help me fabricate a full cage. Got a lot of plans(and monies) to throw at it. Only has 104k miles, never seen the inside of a shop. Got big plans for her.

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Old 07-06-2013, 08:22 PM   #886
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Looks like a dump bed
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Old 07-06-2013, 08:33 PM   #887
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Looks like a dump bed
Nope , the frame is lengthened and it had a custom checker plate aluminum box

Actually , I shouldn't say nope for sure , but i don't think it's a dumper
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Old 07-06-2013, 08:54 PM   #888
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Frame was lengthened? I thought the DLX was available with an 8ft bed.
Maybe it was a 1-ton that someone yanked the dual rears from and added the box... or maybe one of the Toyota campers (also the 1-ton chassis) that someone yanked the camper?
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Old 07-06-2013, 10:25 PM   #889
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Frame was lengthened? I thought the DLX was available with an 8ft bed.
Maybe it was a 1-ton that someone yanked the dual rears from and added the box... or maybe one of the Toyota campers (also the 1-ton chassis) that someone yanked the camper?
I wish I took a better picture , there was a plate approx 2' long on the outside of the frame rail , I assumed that the frame had been lengthened , I could be wrong
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Old 07-06-2013, 11:28 PM   #890
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Here's my '94. It is on the racks right now(only take it fishing on post really), until i can find a solid front axle and someone to help me fabricate a full cage. Got a lot of plans(and monies) to throw at it. Only has 104k miles, never seen the inside of a shop. Got big plans for her.

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My dad just sold his '94 with 152k miles for $5000

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Old 07-06-2013, 11:52 PM   #891
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I wish I took a better picture , there was a plate approx 2' long on the outside of the frame rail , I assumed that the frame had been lengthened , I could be wrong
Wow. That's pretty extreme. Must be a specific piece of hardware that the builder hauls with it.
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Old 07-07-2013, 09:03 AM   #892
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Had another offer on my Pickup. Lowballers! haha
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My dad just sold his '94 with 152k miles for $5000

They are very strong. I originally picked it up for 5000 from my cousin, who got it from the original owner. Still is at 111k miles. KBB still puts the price higher then that with any kind of mods on it! Mines only a single cab, wish I could lean back in it like your dads.

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I have a 92 Toyota Hilux Surf V6 with 120,000Km. Since the pic I have removed the roof rack, window deflectors, and fog lights and have it newly painted and new tires. This was imported into Western Canada from Japan and later to NL - that is why the low Kms. I use it for summer easy driving and keep it in the garage during the winter - good shape inside and out.
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Old 07-22-2013, 11:31 AM   #896
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Here's me 83 bought it from original owner
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Old 08-12-2013, 11:28 AM   #897
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What sliders are those?
Sorry just saw this. They are of the Home Brew fashion. Not the prettiest but they work. I have a set of 4xInno w/ KO's sitting in the garage now.

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Old 08-12-2013, 12:48 PM   #899
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Great find!


Any specs?
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Great find!

Any specs?
Professionally built up in Utah somewhere.

V6, 5 speed, 529s, spool locker in the rear, front suspension moved forward, 63" Chev springs in the rear, CB, 37s.

It looks like an Addicted Off Road winch bumper.

Almost no undercarriage trail rash and no damage to the unprotected rocker panels. Very solid, reinforced front end buildup. The interior is in good shape for it's age.

One lockout is damaged/broken and there is a brake fluid leak.

I'll start tearing into it after I free up room on the side of the house by selling the 81.

Plans are to remove the bed and replace with cage, put an air locker in the front, add sliders, a winch and a Marlin crawler.

This is a great base rig at a great price and I plan on taking it to the next level.



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