This 1994 Toyota Land Cruiser 80 Series Sold For $79,000
This seventeen year old 1994 Toyota Land Cruiser 80 Series sold for more than $78,000.
It attracted more than 68 bids from American Toyota enthusiasts on the auction website Bring a Trailer.
A 1994 Toyota Land Cruiser 80 Series truck has sold in the United States for US$78,777 despite having nearly 230,000 kilometers on the clock.
This seventeen year old Land Cruiser is still in good condition, and it attracted more than 68 bids from American Toyota enthusiasts on the auction website Bring a Trailer.
The 1994 Toyota Land Cruiser was first registered in California and remained in the state until it was acquired by the seller in 2020 and subsequently relocated to Arizona.
The Toyota Land Cruiser 80 Series truck is finished in white and features body-color wheel arches, a sunroof, rear mud flaps, and a rear wiper.
Other exterior equipment installed under current ownership includes Metal Tech rock sliders, an ARB front bumper and off-road lights, and a Front Runner roof rack.
The cabin features seats that were reupholstered in gray leather in 2020 along with matching plastics and carpets, the latter of which are protected with Land Cruiser-branded floor mats.
Equipment includes bolstered front bucket seats, folding third-row seats, air conditioning, cruise control, and power accessories.
Powering it is a 4.5-liter 1FZ-FE inline-six was rated at 212 horsepower and 275 lb-ft of torque when new. The Carfax report shows no accidents or other damage and lists history in California and Arizona.
While it’s a good outcome for the seller, the US$78,777 didn’t come close to surpassing the top auction result for a Land Cruiser 80 Series – which sold in June 2021 for US$136,000.
The news comes a month after a Land Cruiser 60 Series sold at auction for US$134,400, before a buyer’s premium was applied.
It seems Americans can’t get enough of older Toyota four-wheel-drives, with bidding for a single-cab 1994 Toyota HiLux currently sitting at US$35,700.