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Yesterday 07:32 PM
Scott39
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Originally Posted by ChiXJeff View Post
I would rather get a second gen 4runner and put a 4BT Cummins in it for less money, and been able to get parts easily, if ever needed, plus COOL factor!
Yesterday 06:52 PM
southernfriedcj8
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Originally Posted by ChiXJeff View Post
Caveat: I have no connection at all with this ad.

http://minneapolis.craigslist.org/hn...945376633.html
That thing is over 25 years old now.

Find one and import it yourself.

I have imported 2 cars from the UK that were over 25 years old.
Yesterday 05:50 PM
ChiXJeff
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Originally Posted by Provience View Post
For $20,000 I don't think he really wants to sell it

"sure honey, it is up for sale...don't know why nobody is buying it"
$10k might be closer to reality.... but all he has to find the right sucke... I mean, buyer for it.
Yesterday 05:46 PM
GPP33 Not to mention it's not a half ton. Though god knows I had more than that in the back of my old 91. About had the front tires off the ground a couple times. It would take some creative loading to put a half ton in that little bed though.
Yesterday 08:03 AM
87manche
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Originally Posted by ChiXJeff View Post
Caveat: I have no connection at all with this ad.
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you throw a .50 in the back of that and you're instant warlord.
Yesterday 07:51 AM
demonranger
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Originally Posted by Provience View Post
For $20,000 I don't think he really wants to sell it

"sure honey, it is up for sale...don't know why nobody is buying it"
he's even come down from 30k
Yesterday 07:40 AM
Provience For $20,000 I don't think he really wants to sell it

"sure honey, it is up for sale...don't know why nobody is buying it"
Yesterday 06:30 AM
ChiXJeff Caveat: I have no connection at all with this ad.

http://minneapolis.craigslist.org/hn...945376633.html

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1989 Toyota Hilux SSR 1/2 ton pickup (double-cab)

100% Legal and imported with Minnesota Title!!! There are probably only a handful that ever meet US soil. This is an extremely Rare Find!!

2.8L Diesel, 5-spd manual, solid front axle, fully box-welded frame (from the factory) gear-driven t-case, manual locking hubs, AC, power steering & Webasto TSL-17 pre-heater. 148,000km (It had 42,000km when I picked it up in Japan).

Considered by some to be the best model Hilux produced. This rugged and reliable truck has been my daily driver for years. It is bone-stock and un-molested, which means it's reliability has not been compromised. To ensure that it lasts a good long time a Webasto TSL-17 coolant pre-heater was installed as soon as it arrived from Japan, which means that it has not had to deal with cold winter starts. The pre-heater is fully programmable and pre-heats the engine before starting which greatly reduces wear on the engine. Rims are Landcruiser 70-series with brand new BFGoodrich All-Terrains (bought in May, maybe 2,000km on them). Windshield and factory windshield molding are new within the past month, injection pump was inspected and re-sealed by GCL Injection, so it's safe to run bio-diesel without worrying about the seals disintegrating. A lot of maintenance has been done (replaced timing belt, rad hoses, thermostat, alternator, voltage regulator, exhaust, brakes, axle seals, t-case seals, re-packed wheel bearings, converted AC coolant etc etc).

The truck has been meticulously maintained, is mechanically rock-solid and drives beautifully. It has been driven as it was intended, down gravel roads through some remote parts of Alberta and BC to get in and out of camp sites, but it has never been an "off-road rig", so it's never seen a mud hole, and never been abused. The paint is not perfect, it's got quite a few rock chips, and a couple of door dings. The box has had camping gear and firewood in it, and it's scratched up (a spray in box-liner would be nice) but it's not rusty at all. There are a few minor paint bubbles along the edge of the front fenders where fender flares were attached. The paint on the roof and hood is fading. Interior is very clean. Some of the window trim rubber on the sides has shrunk and cracked.
03-30-2015 10:02 PM
YotaAtieToo
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Originally Posted by 87manche View Post
this guy appears to have a stash of our beloved uhaul trucks.

89 international box truck 26' diesel



Wrong coast
03-30-2015 09:42 PM
GPP33
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Originally Posted by 1DIRTYHOE View Post
If you or anyone else is serious PM me, thats about 4 hours down the highway from me, I dont mind taking the ride
Any chance you can drop the truck off in Colorado on your way home?
03-30-2015 04:05 PM
1DIRTYHOE
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Originally Posted by southernfriedcj8 View Post
You take the shit in it and I'll take the moving van.

It would be kickass with an updated engine/tranny/suspension and interior and a full retro restoration of the body & paint.

It would make a killer work truck for a construction company.
If you or anyone else is serious PM me, thats about 4 hours down the highway from me, I dont mind taking the ride
03-30-2015 12:24 AM
Syncrewed http://reno.craigslist.org/cto/4941719717.html

1986 Ford E-350 Braun odometer: 44000 type : van drive : 4wd fuel : gas transmission : automatic title status : clean cylinders : 8 cylinders
condition: excellent
This is a 4x4 1986 Braun Ambulance, built on a Ford E350 (1-ton) van chassis.

Yes, that's right UNDER 44,000 ORIGINAL MILES!

Formerly in service in Evanston, WY, it was used rarely. The ambulance service didn't want to wear out their 4WD unit, so this was their "last-out" ambulance. It's ready to drive home, with recently-rebuilt Holley (Motorcraft) carb.

It's got the 460 big block gasoline engine, so has plenty of power for the highway or to go up hills. The louvered hood helps cool the engine even in July, which also guides warm air over the windshield, helping keep it clear during a blizzard!

It has never been "de-milled" so still has the original interior, except for the addition of a desk on the left side (visible in pic). I bought it to convert to a radio truck for disaster work, but plans have changed and I don't need it as much as I had expected.

Not counting paint (the box is mostly primer), this is certainly the nicest ambulance on the market, it's NOT beat up or worn out. I would really like to see some no-budget rural FD, ambulance service or disaster communications service put this back to work, but it would also make a great camper or service truck!

It has auto trans, power brakes, power steering, tilt wheel, cruise control, dual gas tanks, twin auxiliary batteries, locking 4WD hubs, new steering stabilizer and separate-zone air conditioning (Ford factory in front and thermostat-controlled in rear). A trailer hitch receiver can easily be added for towing.

The Braun Type III ambulance package is all aluminum, durable and lightweight, and the profile is 25% more aerodynamic than "square-face" ambulances. I have PDFs of the electrical wiring schematics from Braun. It also has a big, medical-quality 110v Dynamote President B-10 inverter (with remote control) and a Vortec engine idle controller. And STORAGE! Cabinets inside and out, plus removable hooks for carrying stretchers (or whatever). Seating for 4 in the back, plus driver and passenger, all with factory seat belts for safety, and the bench seat pops up for even more storage.

One other safety feature is an automatic system that kicks the "shore power" line out if the driver forgets to do so before trying to drive away.

No medical equipment is included. The disco lights have been disabled, but will be easy to re-activate if you install amber lenses (or if you are an authorized emergency service).

If you're planning to go to Burning Man, this is your chance to get a unique vehicle, large enough to camp in with potential for dressing up to suit your personality. Since the box is primered, you can grab some friends, a few rattle cans of paint in various colors, and go Partridge Family on it.

I'm willing to take payments (with a good down) and willing to talk price with serious buyers, but no more lowballers, please. First money wins.
03-30-2015 12:10 AM
W.O.T. Hitop travellall?!



1965 international military 4x4
03-29-2015 07:22 PM
SixSped5
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Originally Posted by hasteranger View Post
Holy shit. Most extreme mower I've ever seen. I want the shit out of this. Quite possibly an amazing deal considering its 6wd and is basically a truck, a knuckle boom loader, and a massive hydraulic brush hog. http://www.truckpaper.com/listingsde...cid=2000962102
That A.) Is amazing and I want it badly and B.) Seems like a great price.

I've never seen a truck setup quite like that. Think of the possibilities for z-day!
03-29-2015 06:08 PM
hasteranger Holy shit. Most extreme mower I've ever seen. I want the shit out of this. Quite possibly an amazing deal considering its 6wd and is basically a truck, a knuckle boom loader, and a massive hydraulic brush hog. http://www.truckpaper.com/listingsde...cid=2000962102
03-28-2015 12:48 PM
ridedirt 1988 ORION II Bus 20 passenger seat.Only 48000km since new.
Detroit diesel engine 8.2.Automatic Allison transmision
Air suspension front and rear.Ramps located at the front and rear door
with kneeling feature.4 single tires 22.5 x7.5(90%) Asking only $3000.00 for quick sale

BUS Orion II | classic cars | St. Catharines | Kijiji

03-28-2015 12:37 PM
ridedirt Cracker Box | used cars & trucks | Markham / York Region | Kijiji


**RARE FIND, A MUST HAVE FOR THE SERIOUS COLLECTOR** GMC Cracker Box! This truck is a rare find as it is a prototype with air ride suspension and independant front suspension. Comes with 238 Detroit Engine, 6852 Spicer 5 spd Trans, 18.5 2 spd rear end.













"Shedded"
1950 GMC Firetruck Cab & Chassis
248 Inline Gas Engine
4 Speed Trans.
15M Single Speed Rear End.This truck is in immaculate shape, runs good!

http://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/...sis/1026309857







1947 Ford 3 Ton Cab & Chassis, V8 Flat Head, 4 Spd Trans, 2 Spd 15M lb Rear End

http://www.kijiji.ca/v-cars-trucks/m...sis/1023145959








1946 Leyland, Leyland Diesel, 23M Eaton, 2 Spd, Davis Air Tag, 5 Spd Transmission, L-Series Cab, 50 Ton Tulsa Winch

http://www.kijiji.ca/v-cars-trucks/m...and/1016728178



03-28-2015 12:31 PM
bigun Rig master APU

Rig master APU with low hours designed to operate heater air conditioner and other electronics without using truck engine. Runs of truck diesel tank. Still on truck to demo. We do not travel out of state so we do not need.
03-27-2015 10:04 PM
Laeirocz Maybe not the best tow rig, but friggen cool anyway.

1943 Diamond T/M3 Half Track Personnel Carrier

https://portland.craigslist.org/clk/cto/4924964738.html

03-27-2015 09:35 PM
Laeirocz How about a 359 Pete with 126" sleeper, and 360" wheelbase

http://www.truckpaper.com/listingsde...x?OHID=5942443

03-27-2015 06:38 PM
ETChamp Everyones favorite...a beer truck

1953 CHEVY SNUBNOSE BUDWEISER BEER DELIVERY TRUCK; MODEL 5700

03-27-2015 11:35 AM
Bustin Loose
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Originally Posted by 87manche View Post
this could make a sweet race hauler.
underbody boxes and a cube.
If I could get one of those in a Volvo conventional I'd never look back!
03-27-2015 08:04 AM
87manche this guy appears to have a stash of our beloved uhaul trucks.

89 international box truck 26' diesel

03-27-2015 08:01 AM
87manche
Quote:
FOR SALE IS A COMPLETE ALL ORIGINAL 1934 INTERNATIONAL FARM TRUCK. THE ENGINE TURNS OVER / NOT TIED UP----NO RUST OUTS OR THIN SPOTS. $5000.00 FIRM. FOR MORE INFO CALL


1934 INTERNATIONAL FARM TRUCK / COMPLETE ORIGINAL NOTHING MISSING
03-27-2015 07:58 AM
87manche this could make a sweet race hauler.
underbody boxes and a cube.

1989 International Truck (Moving Truck)

Quote:
1989 INTERNATIONAL COE, 350 CUMMINGS, 9 SPEED, NICE INTERIOR, VERY NICE, RUNS AND DRIVES PERFECT. 600,000 AND SOME MILES. 95% RUBBER FRONT, 50% REAR. 28' HIGH CUBE BOX, 4 BOX DOORS ON PASSENGER SIDE, 3 DOORS ON DRIVERS SIDE. VERY NICE INTERIOR ON INSIDE OF THE BOX LIKE NEW WITH HARDWOOD FLOORS AND VERY NICE PANELED WALLS., 102" WIDE. $7,000.00.IF INTERESTED CONTACT ME AT
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