FS 2002 Toyota Tacoma

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  1. Troutcreek

    Troutcreek Active Member

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    Hello,
    I know this is a little off track for the classifieds but this is a great fishing vehicle with built in mojo.
    We have too many autos and I’ve decided to let my 2001 Toyota truck go. I purchased the truck new in February 2002. As of today the truck has 56,274 original well cared for miles. The tires have about 8,000 miles and are good quality.
    4 Cylinder Engine
    5 Speed Manual Transmission
    Air Conditioning
    Everything works well and the truck is totally stock the only changes are Bosh Platinum plugs and a KNN rechargeable air filter. The truck also comes with an adjustable aluminum bed rack rated at 1000# distributed load (as seen in the photo). I also have chains and the KNN filter recharge kit that I will give to the new owner.
    http://www.kbb.com/toyota/tacoma-re...8950|true|199025|true&pricetype=private-party
    Per Kelly Blue Book the truck has a trade in value of $6972.00 at good condition. Per the KBB standard this truck is somewhere between good and very good condition, and I’d be happy and confident to sell this truck to a friend or neighbor.
    Based on the low mileage and the condition I’d like to get $6495.00 OBO for the truck.
    You can PM me on the forum for further information.
    I’m located on the Columbia River in Southern Washington.

    Best
    Ray
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    John Hicks Owner and operator of Sea Run Pursuits

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    Wow, this sounds like a great deal. What kind of milage does it get (highway/city)
     
  3. Troutcreek

    Troutcreek Active Member

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    Hi John,
    It's been a while since I checked but for my mix of driving (mostly rural) I get around 20 mpg. I checked on line and it is advertised as 19 city and 22 highway which seems about right.
    Ray
     
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