1999 4Runner Highlander- SC, 5spd, Diff Lock! $5000 (PA)


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I recently bought something a little bigger for the family so my "unicorn" 4Runner has to go. Runs great. I would drive anywhere with it the way it sits. Here's the rundown:

1999 Toyota 4Runner Highlander edition
Rear Diff Lock
5 speed manual
1st gen trd supercharger (told it was on truck from day one)
cold ac
hitch/trailer wiring
Toytec coils front and rear. Bilstein 5100's on the front and Napa shocks out back. All suspension pieces about a year old.
265/75 BFG All Terrains with over half tread.
Spidertrax wheel spacers
20% tint on front windows and over back factory tint
182k miles

I bought the truck 2.5 yrs. ago from a military serviceman that moved to the east coast from Colorado. Body and frame are straight and very clean. Shortly after my purchase the head gasket went (dolp!). I had the top end rebuilt with new heads as well as the timing belt and water pump. My family and I have driven it about 30k miles since without issue. I have the receipts for this.

The truck looks great from 40 feet, however there are a few dents here and there. The main one is shown in the pics. The "fat lip" part of the bumper has a dent in it but the actual bumper is fine. The drivers and passengers seat cushions are pretty flat and have a few tears in them. The rest of the interior is good. The truck is solid, without rust, and the alignment numbers are spot on.
All in all it's been a great truck. Not a time capsule by any means but for an east coast, 15 year old truck I think it's pretty good! I had visions of building it up more and more with bumpers and the like but in reality we were a little tight with 4 of us, our gear, and a dog!

$5000. Vehicle is located in Carlisle, PA. Call or text 717.701 zero seven one six for more info

Thanks for looking!

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No idea on the HP with the supercharger...stock fuel system. It gets out of it's own way but I can't imagine it without it!

I have a local guy checking it out tomorrow. Will post how it goes. Thanks for your interest.

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