2004 Toyota Tacoma Sr5 Trd Extended Cab Pickup 2-door 3.4l on 2040cars
Garrison, New York, United States
2004 Toyota Tacoma SR5 TRD.
2004 was the last year of the best looking Tacoma ever. My
Tacoma is an SR5 TRD with 75,681 miles (mileage will go up as I am driving it) and
is in excellent shape. It comes
with a Leer cap, Back County side steps nerf bars, locking rear differential
and ECT. I have all the service records, books and original bill of sale. The
frame was replaced by Toyota on a recall several years ago.
Cosmetically this truck is in great shape for a
nine-year-old vehicle. The front and rear bumper have a few dents as pictured
but the rest of the body is very good and is all original with no body or paint work.
This truck was never “worked” and the interior shows close to new.
Please feel free to inspect the truck before bidding. If you
bid sight unseen and feel I misrepresented anything when you come to pick it up
I will happily cancel the sale. I will not accept bids from 0 feedback ebayer's
or those with negative feedback without first contacting me. If you fall into
this category and place a bid I will cancel it.
This truck is for sale locally and I reserve the right to
cancel auction so long as offer has not been accepted.
Toyota Tacoma for Sale
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