87 Toyota 4runner project - $5,000 (Ojo Feliz)

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condition: good
make / manufacturer: Toyota
model name / number: 4runner
I am selling my 87 4runner that has been a continuous build for a few years. The truck currently has no engine or transmission installed. I am selling the truck rolling chassis for 5000$. If you want the whole project I will include all the spare parts I have collected over the years.
The truck is very unique. I installed a 260 watt solar panel with a duel inverter setup. It is also equiped with a charge controller that will maintain both the truck battery and the inverter battery. The 300 watt inverter is wired to the battery that runs the truck. There is a remote switch and outlets ran to the driver area so you can run a laptop or charge devices. The 1000 watt inverter has its own 120ah battery and is connected to outdoor outlets I mounted on the rear of the truck. It has a remote switch that can be operated from outside the truck and is out of the weather.
Here's a list of all the features this truck has.

-solid axle swap done 9 years ago. I have had this truck 75mph on the highway and it drives great, no wagging or vibrating.
-5.29 gears, grizzly locker installed, axle is gussetted at the knuckle balls. Axle got a fresh rebuild a few years ago with Marlin bullet proof seals on axles and pinion. Axle has chrome molly outer birfields

- rear axle has 5.29 gears and a Detroit locker. A few years ago I rebuilt it and added gussets to the top of the axle from the center to the hubs. It got new wheel bearings and Marlin bullet proof seals all the way around.

-35" Dick Kepik mud tires. Drove about 200 miles on them then parked the truck for the engine swap. Tires have been covered to avoid dry rot.

- old man emu suspension all around with extended shackles. All in all the truck has about a 7" suspension lift. Shackle angles are perfect, this truck has some amazing flex without being way in the air.

- Coil springs used for overload springs in the rear. Springs are off a Suzuki samurai. They keep the truck from squatting even when loaded down with camping gear.

- Custom front bumper and grill with 12,000 winch. I built this so that the truck could be flat towed. It has a hitch receiver under the winch mount. The lights on the bumper operate with the brights on the truck. They are great for spotting wildlife at night. The grill is made out of expanded metal to protect the radiator. The winch is a 12000 lb traveler. It has a wireless remote installed as well as a 90' synthetic rope.

- The rear bumper is a very useful safari rack. There are three mounts for military style cans and mounts for a shovel and an axe. The lights on the bumper can be used when flat towing the truck as well as the brake lights for the truck itself.
I have many years and a lot of money invested into this project. I would list all the spare parts I have but this add is long enough as is. I'm selling it so a can free up time and get some money to start building a house. The chassis will have to be towed and is set up for flat towing. I have a rig I built myself that is very strong. I would be willing to sell it for 200$ That being said, I am open to reasonable offers and trades. I would be interested in building materials for a house. Thank you for your interest and God bless.

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