800 Derita Road, Ste. A
We're really starting to look out for those few well-preserved and maintained classic Toyota trucks. And the low odometer on this example is believed to reflect the full actual mileage, and so it turns the desirability up another notch. So it's an exceptionally preserved 1990 Toyota Pickup. And not only are you going to love the originality, but it also has all the features you really want, like cold-blowing A/C and a stick shift.
This pickup has the crisp lines and well-respected look you don't find on many trucks that are past the 30-year mark. Even the red paint is believed to be the factory application, and it continues to have the bright appearance of superior care. In fact, the full presentation proves that someone respected this truck. The sheet metal has an amazing fit and finish as it enters its fourth decade. Even the color-matched fiberglass bed topper continues to have a proper fit. And the bed inside looks more like people used this sunroof topper to camp out under the stars rather than carry any loads. The clean grille, correct badging, and factory steel wheels are all part of the detailed package that's out to impress with its stock style. It's a full reminder that these trucks were built right to last for generations.
The interior is exceptionally well preserved and has all the right features. This wasn't the big-time loaded model on the Toyota lot, but today that is an advantage. It came with durable features like the vinyl bench seat and a rugged rubber floor cover. So the mixture of robustness and good care means there's hardly a sign of use. And this one was not the base model either. It has desirable features like the factory AM/FM/cassette stereo and cold-blowing air conditioning.
Under the hood is what makes this preserved Toyota so desirable. We love this generation pickup because the 22R motor is part of a series that's one of the most celebrated hardy engines out there. It looks fantastically honest, fires up readily, and runs strong. It's this level of originality and cleanliness that will make this pickup a true stunner as the market continues to get nostalgic for these tough Toyotas. But more than just collectability, the pickup has a lot of work and play left in it, too. It's fun to drive with power brakes, front discs, a nimble feeling, and the control of a four-speed manual transmission.
This is a well-preserved/maintained Toyota that knows how to get attention from real enthusiasts. Call now!
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