91 Landcruiser: Great fishing rig

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  1. Nailknot

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    That car's way to clean. How could it be a fishing rig. :rofl: :rofl:

    Jim
     
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    MauiJim ka lawai'a

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    Nice rig! That is the ultimate fishing rig, but super clean! I wish my building didn't have such a small parking garage... someone should really snap this up, you really won't find another solid, clean machine like this in Seattle, I looked when I came here. Good luck selling it Nailknot... :thumb:
     
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    Thanks MauiJim! It is a nice rig. I'd hang on to it if I had space for two vehicles.

    I was planning to have it detailed. But fishermen have no use for such pretense. So i'll knock $500 off the price and simply run it through the Brown Bear wash and vacuum for anyone interested.
     
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    I might be interested, but 2500 over high book is way too much.
     
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    Where's the price? :confused:
     
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    Price is $8k.
    Bill, these vehicles routinely go for much more. You'll see '89 cruisers for $15k. Book is way off on these, as anyone who has owned cruisers will tell you. Only 7500 of these trucks ever made.
     
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    supply and demand :ray1:

    IT would be a sweet rig for sure :thumb:

    so was it 7500 or 8500 made....better get your numbers straight NK :p :clown:
     
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    Only 7 ever made. Price is $80,500. Sorry, forgot a zero. :p
     
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    nailknot- that sheeot is funny, bro. i was expecting maybe 6500 made but your reply takes the cake, nice. uhhh would you take payments? j/k -- good luck on the sale. bhudda
     
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    Thanks Bhudda. If I don't sell this weekend, price goes to tripe figures. So arrange your financing ;)

    Of note: The 91 vintage Cruiser offers the best views of any SUV type vehicle I've ridden in. All glass, no fancy curves. Sure this helps with parking etc. BUT, if you are rolling logging roads spotting fish? Yes, this is the truck you want. Even better, your 10' fly rod will fit, with the tip resting on the passenger side visor, fully protected inside. No need to break down your 9 or 10 footer while hopping between spots. Remember when the Skagit boat launches sanded up from the floods? Yes, no problem with a Land Crusher. I tow and drop my drift boat anywhere and everywhere. This aint no Ford Exploder. This is a Toyota Land Crusher (even better, its vintage, before they added all the fancy leather and accessories we don't need). The six banger won't blow anyone off the line, but will get you almost 20 mpg hwy. They don't make em like this anymore. Look around, this truck at this price is a steal. I'd prefer to keep it in the flyfishing family. I might even throw in a few secret flies and maybe, just maybe, a few prime north sound spots that will be accessible with your new awesome fishing rig.
     
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    Price reduced to $7999 FIRM.
    I need to sell before I change my mind and keep it.
     
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    Is that Palm Springs? I think I've been there.
     
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