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1986 Toyota 4runner on 2040-parts.com

US $4,000.00
Location:

Sonora, California, US

Sonora, California, US
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1986 4Runner. Good start to a project. Runs excellent, has rebuilt motor with about 25,000 on it & new cylinder was with less than 500miles. Body has 320,000 on it. A/C compressor missing. Body in good shape for its age, has different fender & door on driver side from hitting a deer. Interior is as shown in the pics. Runs & drives great, will come with the aluminum wheels, not the steel ones.

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