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found an 84 4runner 4x4 202k - everything is stock straigh no rust looks like it was just used as a daliy driver, no scaring at all underneth from wheeling. Drives good most everything seem to work with the exceptoin of heat & possible rear window. The motor leaks
and burns a little but starts right up idles fine and sounds good - no knock or taps and absolutly no power, so it's tired! The trans 4 hi and lo all work. The interior has the altimeter set-up power windows and factory sun roof. It's real real dirty but I didn't see any cracks in the dash. It has no ac. So that is the basic rundown - the truck looks like a 20 year old truck that was used and and not kept perfectly maintained. Oh Paint is original but faded. Clear title - didn't feel any bondo. The question - what is this truck worth?

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It's worth whatever someone is willing to pay for it.
 

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97TacoDude said:
It's worth whatever someone is willing to pay for it.
THIS IS THE TRUTH!!
 

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I had an 88 that was in decent shape, but ran great. Less milage, little rust, rear window worked sometimes, and had manual everything.

I gave it up for $2K, but coulda got more. For yours, I wouldn't be looking more then a grand, probably even less.
 

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I sold my old 90 4x with 210k and 10k on the rebuilt. Few dings, I'd say decent shape, ran reliably and all. Pretty clean and pretty damn good shape inside. SOld it for 3k to the first loker. My dads 87, same state as mine but ran PERFECTLY (rebuild, and all) and it went for 2500 first looker. My truck (90) blue booked at 2600 too. I'm in northern CA.

For a serious wheeler, that runner might be worth 2000 to 2500 I think, to someone who it has value to. Normal person, 1500 more or less I'd guess.
 

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You all are forgetting that its an Arizona runner. Arizona=no rust. But since we have rocks here and a lot of up and down hill climbs. No EFI will suck ass.
 

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It all depends on what the seller knows about the market. Yes 84's and 85's are sought after by hardcore toyota guys, but to most people it's just a tired old truck. So if the seller knows they might be asking $3500 or so. If not it could probably be had for under a grand. Before I bought my fj40 a few years ago I was trying to decide to get either an 84-85 4 runner ( I once owned a sweet 86 on 35's) or an fj40. But I wanted a perfect stock 4 runner to start with. I found a few mint 84-85 sr5's for around 4-5 grand. These were all trucks under 100k. But I decided on an fj40 for my "toy" vehicle, and I'm happy I did. Cruisers just kick ass.
 
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