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1986
Toyota
Pickup 4X4
Stock # 4852-DFW (R)
Engine 2.4 Liter 4 Cylinder
Transmission 5 Speed Manual
Color White
Interior Tan
Mileage 170,927 (Actual)
Chassis
Front Wheel Specification 15"
Rear Wheel Specification 15"
Front Brakes Specification Power Disc
Rear Brakes Specification Power Drum
Options
Seatbelts Power Steering Power Brakes Front Disc Brakes Four Wheel Drive Vinyl Interior Heat Air Conditioning Defrost Cassette Player AM/FM Radio
Documentation
Owner's Manual
Advertised Price
$19,995
OR
$215.70
per month
STOCK SURVIVOR W/ CUSTOM BED, 2 OWNERS, ACTUAL MILES, 2.4L 4 CYL, 5 SPD MAN, A/C

Open the dictionary to the word 'reliable', and they'll be a picture of a Toyota pickup under the definition. Or at least there certainly should be. Utilitarian pickups like this 1986 Toyota 4x4 would survive a nuclear holocaust, showing up to work each day right on time, plugging away thanks to the help of the venerable 22R motor under the hood. This particular Yota features 170K original miles (which if you're familiar with these trucks, you know this one is just getting started), an original 2.4L and 5-speed manual drivetrain, and still wears factory colors and an original interior. And if you think the diamond-plate utility bed might a bit too hardcore for your purposes, don't sweat it because the original short-bed is available with the sale and can be switched out, back to stock.

If you're familiar with the 4th generation Toyota pickups (called the Hilux pretty much everywhere but the States), then you know how difficult it is to find a really clean one like this. Let alone one with verifiable mileage under 500K, and low, traceable ownership. These trucks were so cheap when new, and then so incredibly durable to the point that you could drop them from the tops of exploding buildings ... Please ask for the full description.

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Stock #:
4852-DFW (R)
1986 Toyota Pickup 4X4
$19,995

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Stock
4852-DFW (R)
Engine Size
2.4 Liter 4 Cylinder
Transmission
5 Speed Manual
Miles
170,927 (Actual)
Location
Appointment Only
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STOCK SURVIVOR W/ CUSTOM BED, 2 OWNERS, ACTUAL MILES, 2.4L 4 CYL, 5 SPD MAN, A/C

Open the dictionary to the word 'reliable', and they'll be a picture of a Toyota pickup under the definition. Or at least there certainly should be. Utilitarian pickups like this 1986 Toyota 4x4 would survive a nuclear holocaust, showing up to work each day right on time, plugging away thanks to the help of the venerable 22R motor under the hood. This particular Yota features 170K original miles (which if you're familiar with these trucks, you know this one is just getting started), an original 2.4L and 5-speed manual drivetrain, and still wears factory colors and an original interior. And if you think the diamond-plate utility bed might a bit too hardcore for your purposes, don't sweat it because the original short-bed is available with the sale and can be switched out, back to stock.

If you're familiar with the 4th generation Toyota pickups (called the Hilux pretty much everywhere but the States), then you know how difficult it is to find a really clean one like this. Let alone one with verifiable mileage under 500K, and low, traceable ownership. These trucks were so cheap when new, and then so incredibly durable to the point that you could drop them from the tops of exploding buildings (see the Top Gear experiments on), that their owners really put most of them through the grinder. Finding one virtually unmolested and in great shape is almost impossible, especially a lifelong, warm weather Texas truck like this that has escaped the rust worm. The seller of this '86 4x4 purchased it from the original owner, and he's had it going on 20+ years now, where it was always gently used and properly stored inside a dry garage. And don't let the custom utility bed out back scare you, this truck hasn't just been abused at the work site all its life. Rather than beat up the original bed (as they're known for rusting very easily and acquiring dents rapidly), the owner had this custom diamond plate flat bed, toolbox, and headache bar built to mount on the back of the frame, and the original bed (which is still in great shape) was stored out of the way. I happen to own one of these Toyota trucks myself, and finding a clean original bed is darn near impossible on a 4th generation Yota, so that extra part is worth its weight in gold. The Code 033 White paint is either an older, faithful respray or an impeccably preserved survivor (it can be difficult to discern on the quick-spray Japanese paint jobs from the '80s), regardless it shows incredibly well as a solid driver-grade finish on the original sheetmetal. That very sheetmetal is about as laser-straight as you'll ever find on a 35-year-old truck, with tight lines and precise gaps that only comes from factory precision that hasn't been interrupted from any accidents through the years. A black brush guard up front looks very tough, matching the front bumper, grille, and rear bed set-up in both color and utility, finishing off the truck's blue-collar theme.

Inside the originality continues, highlighted with the comfortable bench seat wrapped in original, perforated tan vinyl that's still in solid condition, showing only minor signs of use and age. Original door panels at the flanks match the seat, both in appearance and condition, while the brown vinyl mat covering the floors is durable and cleans up very easily. The original dash is quite a marvel, remarkably without a crack or sun-faded area to report, and all the original gauges are still in place ahead of the driver, just beyond the stock steering wheel that's been wrapped in perforated vinyl. Custom wooden cup holders are the lone changes from stock, while options include an original HVAC system with cold A/C, seatbelts, tilt wheel, an original electric clock, and an original Toyota AM/FM/Cassette player – a find so rare and cool I'm drooling as I type this because I'd kill to have one in my personal Yota 4x4.

In America, we used to say that "there's no replacement for displacement", but modern technology (including our own) has all but rendered that idiom moot. So, before you bemoan the 2.4L 4-cylinder engine in this pickup, know that it's one of the greatest motors to ever be designed for a production vehicle. The Toyota '22R' series engines simply go on forever with limited maintenance, producing great low-end torque and a respectable amount of horsepower for this lightweight pickup. Sure, it's not going to win you any races, but I can all but guarantee that it will run long enough that your grandkids can enjoy it. So, if you really want a wheezy V6 with its every 60k-mile timing belt change, then you'll have to look elsewhere. As you might expect, this one is all-stock and running great, and the engine bay is about as close to factory presentation as I've ever seen in a Yota. The undercarriage is just as solid with no signs of rust or any other worries for that matter, and the stock exhaust system features a newer muffler and is even still fitted with a catalytic convertor for any potential emissions tests down the road. A 5-speed manual transmission is perfect for a truck that wants to work, and the clutch and gear selections are still crisp and easy, much like they were in the '80s. The 4x4 system works great too, power steering and power front disc brakes improve the ride experience, and a grippy set of 235/75/15 Goodyear radials wrapped around paint-matched steelies that fit the truck perfectly.

Offered with its original owner's manual and stock keys, this hard-working Japanese bruiser is in incredible shape compared to its siblings. If we continue to preserve these trucks, they'll be around for our grandkids, and clean examples like this '86 4x4 model will lead the way.

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Features

  • Seatbelts
  • Power Steering
  • Power Brakes
  • Front Disc Brakes
  • Four Wheel Drive
  • Vinyl Interior
  • Heat
  • Air Conditioning
  • Defrost
  • Cassette Player
  • AM/FM Radio
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Documentation

  • Owner's Manual
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SPECS

Exterior Color
White
Interior Color
Tan
Front Brakes
Power Disc
Rear Brakes
Power Drum
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