Via RORO, less than 3k to get it here to Colorado, 25% in import duties based on ultimate FOB purchase cost, plus whatever it ended up costing for taxes & title here. Plus some odds & ends costs as well, but not a ton more. You could save some dough if you flew to port & drove it back. Cool truck!I would be genuinely curious what it would cost to get something like this here and road legal.
I wonder if it is actually a '72, they are as uncommon as the Stout.3 FJ40s (sold together) and a '72 Toyota Pickup mentioned here: https://cosprings.craigslist.org/pts/d/colorado-springs-vw/7199086329.html
3 FJ40s (sold together) and a '72 Toyota Pickup mentioned here: https://cosprings.craigslist.org/pts/d/colorado-springs-vw/7199086329.html
Ad changed. Had a nest for 9500, now has a brahma topper for 90001985 pickup with a 'Nest in the Twin Cities, but says it's not a midwest truck (and does look clean):
Is that really what an 06 parts car should list at? I really wonder if they will get any price close to that.This poor 100 series! They didn't even change the front torsion bars or rear coils when they eliminated the ahc. I wonder what other issues are hiding?
Well it appears to be one of Paul's land cruisers... He is probably considering what all the OEM parts are worth to him. I bet if he had more space he would keep it. I doubt its worth that since to me the appeal of an 06 is the VVT engine.