1997 Toyota 4Runner Not for Sale - photos
|Written by Kobus on February 26, 2013|
Blue is not for sale anymore.
Photos of our 1997 4Runner taken in El Bolson, Argentina on February 25, 2013.
Front left view.
Left side view - Note that driver's side door lock does not lock with the key. The lock was damaged in an attempted burglary in Huaraz, Peru. The car still locks perfectly fine from the passenger side, or with the remote.
Rear view - There is a small dent on the center of the rear bumper. We can send a better photo if you really want.
Rear view - all lights work, no cracks or scratches.
Right side view.
Right front view.
Front seats from the driver's side door.
Driver seat view - all dials and dash lights function. The trip odometer does not work, but the main odometer does. The vehicle is equipped with dual airbags, power windows, Air conditioning, a USB / CD radio, cruise control and a automatic transmission.
Passenger front seat - The USB cord coming from the stereo runs under the center console to the back seat so the person in the back can also control the music via an iPod or other USB device.
Rear seat, driver's side door view - Edgestar 43 quart fridge powered by dual battery system. mounted behind the fridge is a fire extinguisher and custom lock box big enough to hold three 15 inch laptops and valuable documents.
Top view of the fridge and lock box.
Right rear passenger seat - lots of leg room and storage on the seat in front.
Power strip to charge laptops and other electronics. The inverter is mounted upside down under the board where the power strip is located. The black USB port on the lower right is connected to the stereo system.
800 watt power inverter to provide electricity to charge electronics. (This view is from the back seat (driver's side). It's mounted so the passenger and driver can access the outlets on the other side.
Custom rear storage shelf - the shelf is hinged and allows you to store items on top or below the shelf. More details on this modification in the original For Sale posting.
The tires have more than 50% of tread left and and wearing evenly.