Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX
A truck like this 1989 Toyota Pickup SR5 4x4 has one of the most robust reputations around. But just because it's tough doesn't mean it has to look rough - especially when it's a one-owner pickup for the last 25 years. That's why this one looks so bright on the outside and has a loaded A/C interior. It delivers the classic imported 4x4 you love with a level of care you've always desired.
This truck does a terrific job of being both vintage and relevant. For example, the well-done full-length side stripes and the double four-spoke wheels are part of a cool/classic style. But the maroon paint has a timeless appeal...especially with its high-gloss presentation. And when you add in the shine of the chrome bumpers, the straightness of the sheet metal, and details like newer headlights, you have a sharp-looking truck that you'll be proud to drive. The final part of this thoughtful package is the liner paint in the bed. It's a great way for the truck to continue looking clean, and at the same time, it makes sure you can handle all the weekend chores.
The interior is like a time capsule, and not only does this looks stock, but it's also loaded. It starts with the comfy seating that gives you the option of a three-across bench, or you can fold son the armrest and have two individually adjusting buckets. It's loaded with all the best features like power windows, power locks, cruise control, and the factory AM/FM/cassette stereo. The sliding rear glass gives you the proper old-school truck breezes, and whenever that's not enough, you also have cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. Long term ownership means a superior level of care and preservation, and you can see it here, right down to details like the working dome light and clock. Part of the big appeal of these trucks is that they almost feel like sports cars. You have a grippy steering wheel on a tilt column; full gauges with large speedo and tach; and your right hand is instantly attracted to the shifter.
Under the hood is the optional 3.0-liter fuel-injected V6. That's the kind of thing we love to see on these Toyotas because it combines their robust build quality with extra displacement/power. Plus, the way this one fires up eagerly and idles smoothly lets you really feel the difference a one-owner truck can make. It's a fine driver, and the five-speed manual transmission gives you proper control over it all. The two-speed 4x4 transfer case is great for off-road work, and the newer Dick Cepek tires have a deep tread. And features like power steering, power brakes, and front discs are welcomed on the street or trail.
The sale comes complete with the factory buildsheet and maintenance records. This is the classic hardy Toyota 4x4 that lives up to the top-quality expectations you have of a one-owner classic. So if you want the best all you need to do is call today!
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