Engine Size
2.2L Inline 4
Body Style
Body Color
Garnet Red
Interior Color


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This 1988 Toyota 4Runner is a First generation 4Runner that spent its life in Arizona and it shows. This has obviously been a well cared for vehicle in its lifetime based on the overall condition. This is the removeable top edition for those who would like to have the open-air experience. The body on this rig is super clean, very straight, and solid. We found no evidence of rust or rust repair and it was professionally repainted because of fading paint from the Arizona sun. Everything was removed when it was painted and we found no overspray. It was repainted in it's original color of Garnet Red Metallic. This 4Runner looks to be all original and it still has the original radio which works. Options include Tilt Wheel, Int Wipers, AC (Inop), and Factory Roll Bar. Everything on this truck was working except for the AC.

Mechanically this Toyota is excellent and we received quite a few receipts of maintenance done over the years. The engine is the 22RE that was totally rebuilt in late 2017 and has approx 2,000 miles on it since. It runs excellent with no issues. The body on this rig has over 200K on it and is still exceptionally clean. They also added a new clutch kit at that time, new brakes on all 4 corners, new radiator, and other items were replaced as needed. It has the 5 Speed Manual Transmission that shifts really nice and the 4WD works as it should. The drivetrain is all original and is still in excellent condition. It has newer 31 Inch tires and rims. This truck ran drove excellent!!!

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