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2006 Prerunner Asking price? whats it worth?

Discussion in '2nd Gen Tacoma Parts Marketplace (2005-2015)' started by ComaTosin, Jul 2, 2011.

  1. Jul 2, 2011 at 5:55 AM
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    ComaTosin

    ComaTosin [OP] The Not So New guy

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    Drew
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    see my sig
    I realize that the prices vary from region to region but what do you guys think is a fair asking price for this truck? Considering selling to get a 2003 or up Land cruiser since the family is growing. here are the details:


    2006 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab
    Black Sand Pearl
    SR5 Prerunner
    TRD Off road Package
    Has Factory Rear Locker
    Sport interior


    This truck has less than 40K miles and has been babied since day one. It has never been raced or abused. It has NEVER even been off road. You can tell by the low miles that I just used it around town and on the occasional short road trip. It has always been serviced on time. I am meticulous about cleaning, detailing and keeping wax and polish on it. It has been garaged since I bought it. It has one door ding that I have not gotten fixed yet but did get an appraisal for $200 for the paintless dent wizard guy to do it. There are a couple of other very minor blems on the paint but nothing that most people would likely even mention.

    Suspension:
    Toytec Adjustable Coilovers
    Total Chaos Upper Control Arms - alignment is perfect
    Old Man Emu 182 Nitrocharged Rear Shocks
    Wheelers 3 leaf pack and 1” Block in rear
    Body Mounts Trimmed


    Appearance:
    Factory Fender Flairs Color matched
    15” American Eagle Aluminum Wheels #185 -12k miles old
    295/75/15 Nitto Terra Grapplers (No tmps) Installed 12K miles ago
    Eye Lids - color matched
    Black headlight Mod
    Tinted windows (20% front and 5% on rears and back)
    HID headlights (H4 conversion)
    HID fog light mod (H3 conversion)
    Round eyes H3 fog lights installed under rear bumper for additional reverse lights or powered on at switch in a factory location
    Debadged but have all original badges
    Tail lights and 3rd brake light are very lightly smoked

    Performance:
    XDI Cold Air Intake
    TRD Performance Exhaust

    Interior/Audio:
    TRD Sport Seats in good shape. No rips or tears or big stains.
    All weather TRD Floor Mats (I also have the original mats in perfect shape)
    Sound deadening material (Raamat) in front doors, on floor and behind rear seats
    Single din Scosche dash kit
    Pioneer Elite PRS 800 head deck with remote
    Pioneer Ipod interface in glove box (also keeps ipod charged)
    Hybrid Audio Technologies Clarus components in front doors
    IDQ 10” sub in custom made Box behind rear seats (Mr Marve made the box)
    Alpine PDX F6 Amp mounted on amp rack made by Marve

    Other:
    I installed 6 anchor points in the bed to hold down heavier loads. I did not trust the rail system to hold my dirtbike when I had it in the truck.
    I also will include a Camper shell too by A.R.E. – color matched.. I bought it used… It does a great job and looks good on truck. I wired the camper’s brake light to work when brakes are applied. It has a quick disconnect in the bed.
    I also have all original parts such as all factory suspension, audio system and original air intake ect.


    I would also consider taking the audio system out since I would likely not get much for it and it was expensive to me and I can use in another vehicle.


    Sorry I don't have any better pics. Just switched computers and have not moved them over yet.

    IMG_0943.jpg
     
  2. Jul 2, 2011 at 6:28 AM
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    Pyramidsurf

    Pyramidsurf Well-Known Member

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    PM'd you my email. Looking for a Tacoma
     
  3. Jul 2, 2011 at 4:12 PM
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    ComaTosin

    ComaTosin [OP] The Not So New guy

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    see my sig
    70 views and no one has an idea what its worth. I know what I'd ask for it - just trying to make sure I was on track.
     
  4. Jul 4, 2011 at 6:59 AM
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    timmah

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    ORU 3" front, Brighton Spring 2" rear, AllPro spacers, BDS shocks, Yokahoma Geolanders 265/75/16, K&N, Anzo headlights
    Let me know if you decide to sell the cap separate.
     
  5. Jul 4, 2011 at 7:10 AM
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    CanisLupus

    CanisLupus Well-Known Member

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    I would say around +/- 20K. It sounds like the truck is in excellent condition and mods are "minimal", but they do add a good uniqueness to the truck.

    GLWS.

    MGMTacoFF
     
  6. Jul 4, 2011 at 12:24 PM
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    ugotdubbz

    ugotdubbz Well-Known Member

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    Rear spring TSB, OEM tube steps, in-channel wind deflector, OEM front seat covers,5100's up front set at 1.75"
    I traded in my 06 offroad prerunner with 69K miles last week and was given $16500 for it. It was in overall good condition but not perfect. It had a undercover bedcover, billy 5100's, OEM tube steps, and basically new tires. They have it listed for $20,118 now.
     
  7. Jul 5, 2011 at 6:44 AM
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    &erson

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    Wet Okoles, Weathertechs, All-Pro Rear Bumper/Hitch & Sliders
    nice looking truck

    i didn't know 15" rims fit 2nd gen tacoma's
     
  8. Jul 12, 2011 at 5:56 AM
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    BenMx26

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    15% tint, IR tint on windshield, Custom grill w/ floating Toyota Emblem, Relocated horns, Painted Calipers, K&N drop in air filter, Secondary filter removed, Fog light mod, Valence plastidipped, Suede arm rests, Carbon Filber accents in interior, 48 LED dome light, badges removed from tailgate, Input jack for Ipod mod on stock stereo...more to come
    I bought my Stock '06 DC TRD Sport w/ 73k miles for $19,500.00. I'm sure if you take most of the aftermarket stuff off you will gain equity in the truck. Modified you will get $19k est... Stock you will get around $21k. And you can make some $$ off of the aftermarket parts and come out way ahead. This of course is my opinion. But, stock trucks are better sellers and are worth more to the buyer. I looked at a '08 DC that had a 3" Toytec lift, 18" KMC Addicts w/ 305/70/18 Toyo Open Country's for the same price and less miles, but I didn't buy it because I knew the person that owned before me prolly drove it hard. And the Car Fax brought up some questions... Good luck with the switch!
     
  9. Jul 12, 2011 at 12:48 PM
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    ColtsTRD

    ColtsTRD .....

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    they don't...he miss typed ;)
     
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