WTS 1994 Toyota Pickup 22re 2wd

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KaiserJ

Senior Member
Jan 7, 2014
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Pomona, CA
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Selling my 1994 Toyota Pickup, I hate to get rid of it but I bought a larger truck and its time for someone else to appreciate and put this great truck to work. I've got a long list of receipts with this truck. It DOES NOT leak any oil at all. It runs like a Toyota should.

22RE w/ 5 - Speed transmission.


Parts replaced / maintenance from the last year include:

LC Engineering SMOG Legal Long-Tube Header -
https://www.lceperformance.com/LCE-Street-Header-Kit-2WD-22R-RE-1985-1995-Pickup-p/1041030.htm

LC Engineering SMOG Legal Cat-Back "Pro Flow" Exhaust System -
https://www.lceperformance.com/Pro-Flow-Exhaust-System-22R-RE-3VZ-2WD-4WD-1985-p/1042000.htm

MagnaFlow 50 State High-Flow Catalytic Converter -

K&N Air Intake -
https://www.knfilters.com/mobile/co...-trucks/57-9008-performance-air-intake-system

LCE Timing Chain w/ Metal Chain Guides -
https://www.lceperformance.com/22R-Single-Row-Timing-Chain-Kit-With-Metal-Guides-p/1015035.htm

LCE Water Pump -
https://www.lceperformance.com/Street-Water-Pump-22R-22RE-85-95-p/1016129.htm

OEM Motor mounts -
https://www.lceperformance.com/OE-Motor-Mounts-1981-2004-22R-RE-RET-2RZ-3RZ-3VZ-p/1093048.htm

OEM Transmission mount -
https://www.lceperformance.com/OEM-Transmission-Mount-22R-RE-RET-2wd-92-95-OEM-p/1093142.htm

Valves adjusted every 50,000, or sooner.
Fuel Injectors replaced about 10,000 ago.
OEM Denso Starter
OEM Flywheel
OEM Clutch
OEM Clutch Slave Cylinder
OEM Clutch Slave Master Cylinder
OEM Shifter Bushing
OEM Brake Master Cylinder
OEM Rear Main Seal
OEM Rear Main Seal Housing Gasket
OEM Denso Plugs
OEM Denso Wires
OEM Rocker Arm Adjuster Screws
OEM Denso Distributer Cap & Rotor
Oil changes every 3,000 miles
Trans fluid flushed recently
Rear diff. fluid flushed recently
Radiator flushed
Throttle body cleaned & Gasket replaced
IAC Valve cleaned & O-Ring replaced
OEM Front Brake Calipers
OEM Front Brake Lines
OEM Headlights

Front Suspension:

ALL front upper and lower balljoints, tie rods, idler arm, center link, strut rod bushings replaced with MOOG parts less than 5,000 miles ago.

Fabtech upper control arms with Total Chaos Billet cross-shafts, super expensive and very strong. If you know what these are, you'll know this is a MUST with any Toyota.

Sway-A-Way torsion bars just installed, rides awesome and looks perfect.

It has 235/75r15 General AT2's with Method Standards 15x7, no tire rubbing at all, perfect size for this truck.

Sleek little 1.5" DOM rear bumper

Interior is SPOTLESS. New carpet, original seats steam-cleaned, original dash no cracks! Husky liner floor mats for easy clean-up if something does spill. All gauges and lights work as they should.

The truck is already SMOG'd for new buyer, (passed on Nov. 19th, 2018)
Registration is paid until Oct. 2019

Salvage title due to side-swipe accident, minimal cosmetic damage ONLY to the passenger side rear bedside. effected nothing about the truck other than the dent in the bedside.

This is the perfect work / commute truck, and I've taken really good care of it. I really don't want to sell it, but I just bought a daily with an auto trans for my shitty commute.

Serious inquires only, I am in NO rush to sell. I've got a lot of money put into this truck and I won't be low-balled.
No trades! Cash ONLY. Buyer pick up in La Habra, and I can give the potential buyer a test-ride if they have cash in hand.

Don't waste either of our time.

pictures here:

https://post.craigslist.org/manage/6759618743

562 325 4774 / jrantzow@yahoo.com
(text or email only please)
 

dsrtrcr01

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Jan 31, 2005
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C List. Friend has a Sequia listed for $3600. Had some one offer $1000. That's how it goes. Everyone thinks they are Richard Rawlings
 

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