1985 Toyota Van Wagon DAILY DRIVER 93K Miles!
Price: - Item location: Austin, Texas, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Toyota
- Model: Other
- Type: Standard Passenger Van
- Year: 1985
- Mileage: 93,500
- VIN: JT4YR27V2F0021415
- Number of cylinders: 4
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1985 Toyota OtherFor sell is my rad 85 Toyota Van Wagon, a super rare relic of a better age in pretty solid condition. This summer I drove this baby from New York City all the way to Austin and it performed beautifully, since then I've replaced a bunch of parts and it is my daily driver, not bad for a 30+ year old.
- Starts every time, engine runs great- 93,XXX accurate miles (still driving it daily)- 6 digit ODO so those miles are realer than real deal Holyfield
- Recent tune up with new spark plugs, distributor, and rotor
- New rear shocks (KYB Gas-Adjust)
- New tailpipe and muffler (from the catalytic converter on back)
- Pretty new paintjob, bright and clear blue
- New aftermarket bluetooth/aux radio and new aftermarket speakers
- Van is an empty, unfinished shell from passenger compartment back- make it a cool camper or something else equally creative and quirky
- Sweet roof rack makes you look like an off roader (but seriously, don't offroad in it)
- No rust on the body and panels are pretty dent free and nice (a few normal nicks/scratches)
- It's 30+ years old and runs/drives like a 30 year old van
- AC blows but it's not very cold
- Van is an empty, unfinished shell from passenger compartment back- nowhere for passengers to sit and its kinda boomy/echo-y
- Paintjob is a respray in a non-factory color, if you're a car buff you might sniffle at it
- Needs rear brake work- likely a new line and master cylinder (I will fix this on my own if BIN is met)
- Tires are functional but a little old
- Two warning lights are intermittently on- radiator and brake- the brake is definitely off and the car always stays cool, so its just faulty sensors- replace them or just ignore them (you'd know if the brake was on or if the temp started to creep since there is a temp gauge)
- There is some rust on the rear undercarriage- I've replaced all of the worst affected parts, but still worth noting.