800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Toyota trucks really have earned a long-standing reputation for ruggedness. So it makes you take notice of this 1993 pickup with its lifted stance and fuel-injected V6 power to enhance the 4x4 experience. Of course, it also helps that the investment in this truck also includes a unique sleek appearance and plenty of engine investments.
We were told there were value-added investments made to this truck only about two years ago, and the exterior immediately shows it off. The paint has the modern look of a smoked silver, and it's a quality application with a nice metallic element and a clearcoat shine. That upgrade in the paint lets the sunlight show off the well-done sheetmetal. The darker tones of this color go well with the black on the bumpers, grille, wheels, and even the background for the upgraded headlights. But what we really love is the attractive contrasting red on the pinstriping and badging. And while this is a good-looking truck, it's also ready to get down to business. The tall 4x4 stance and liner protecting the bed are part of a versatile package.
Toyota really understood how to make a nice truck interior. This single cab has a proper bench seat to sit three-across, but it also has extra comfort from the cloth upholstery and large headrests. The grippy dual-spoke steering wheel gives you a commanding view of the gauges, and the stick shift rests right where you want your hand to be. There are nice extras, like tinted windows, sliding rear glass, provisions for air conditioning (will need servicing to blow cold), and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth.
Under the hood is exactly what you want to see. After all, the foundation for these trucks having such a robust reputation is in the motor, but not everyone got the optional V6 power. This fuel-injected 3.0-liter shows signs of good maintenance. In fact, part of the work in this one included newer items like the heads, gaskets, valves, valve seals/seats, fuel injectors, spark plugs, timing belt, water pump, and hoses. It fires up readily, 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 General Grabber tires have a deep tread. The suspension is also up to the task with new front wheel bearings, pitman arm, rear pinion seal, and diff fluid. It makes for a stronger driver in all conditions. And so do the power steering and power brakes w/discs up front.
We all love a beefy Toyota truck, and this one has the look and investments you really want. So don't miss this deal. Call now!
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