1997 Toyota Land Cruiser – 40th anniversary – $5000 (Petoskey)

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It has 270,000 miles.  If it was a Jeep, I wouldn’t even consider it.  What’s wrong with me that I think a Toyota still has life left in it?  It just looks ready for more.  Doesn’t it?

On Northern Michigan Craigslist.


“1997 Toyota Land Cruiser 40th Anniversary **FACTORY LOCKING DIFFS**

Amazing hunting, cabin, second vehicle, all wheel drive, literally goes anywhere vehicle.

After market, Slee off-road 4″ lift w/ custom front drive shaft retail value of $4000, Slee off-road rock sliders (running boards) retail value of $1000.
Recent maintenance; Rebuilt front drive shaft, new head gasket and all new top end gaskets. Break pads, Oil change and full detail.

Known issues; Cracked windshield, small exhaust leak at y-pipe, front bumper has dent in the front

Has minor damage to front driver side fender, flare is ok just scratched. Paint is overall good , a few blemishes for a rig with 270k miles.

This vehicle is a 2 owner vehicle. I bought it from seattle washington 5 years ago, it was in Colorado for two years and now we have been in Michigan for 3+. It is showing little signs of midwest salt, but over all the body is in good shape, little to no rust.

Anniversary Green, leather 2 tone power seats, with factory diff locks, anniversary badging on exterior and interior, moon roof, CB with antennae.

3rd row jump seating, have been in storage and in excellent condition

Cylinder configuration:I-6
Engine liters: 4.5
Torque:275 lb.-ft. @ 3,200RPM
Horsepower:212hp @ 4,600RPM
Drive type:four-wheel
Limited slip differential
Fuel economy city: 13mpg
Fuel economy highway: 15mpg
Fuel tank capacity: 25.1gal.
Recommended fuel: regular unleaded
Transmission: 4 speed automatic
Mode select transmission
Number of valves: 24″

2 Responses

  1. Mike G

    Hey, I bet this one has a higher ground clearance… than say something that got stuck in your yard….

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