Selling as-is and priced to sell ASAP! This old girl is one hell of a beast!!! She has been my home for over 2 years now. I have all the service records from my time of ownership and some from the previous owner, a clean title, and I am the title holder. When I bought her she needed a lot of love (bought her for 19.5k) and so I have put in around $7k of work on her, whether that be cosmetic repair or engine repair, so that she can keep going for years to come! Brand New as of the last year: -Roof has been redone/ resealed/ waterproofed as well as the interior and exterior of the skylight windows -Brand new solar batteries -front window motors -added a transmission cooler. 2 years ago: New brake pads, rotors, hubs and calipers, wheel bearings, struts, heater core, radiator, spark plugs and wires, alternator, starter, distributor cap, distributor rotor, manifold gaskets, radiator hoses, radius arm bushings, serviced transmission and adjusted shift bands. As it stands now there is work that will need to be done: Immediate fixes: -the water pump/housing/gasket needs to be replaced; coolant is currently leaking slowly from a corner of the housing and needs fixed ASAP Over time fixes: -a new transmission will need to be dropped in within 6mo to a year (one of the few major parts that haven’t been replaced, and she’s at the age where it’s just a thing that happens) - some interior electrical work -The black trim around the front window and side door need replaced/repaired. - There is no air conditioning currently. I know...a bummer. Specifically, in the driver cab the air conditioner is out of service but can be repaired easily. The heat works amazing, I just haven't bothered with the A/C because I have moved with the weather. In the living space, there is a Maxx Air ceiling fan that is amazing at keeping it cool but there is not an A/C unit installed. You could install a unit easily in a couple different places and the electric grid could handle it, again, I just haven't bothered with it. -I have tried to repair the chinese diesel heater a few times but it may just need a new unit unfortunately. The cheaper dupes just don't last very long lol. But all of the wiring is fine, you would just have to drop a new one in worse comes to worse, they are pretty inexpensive. I am selling her as is as I am eager to just get a normal car since I have a place to live now. She is truly a mechanics dream and could easily be upgraded further and resold at a higher price. She is currently registered/ plated in Colorado (my home state). I am currently residing in the Point Arena/ Gualala, CA area and have hosting accommodations/ place to stay if you are coming to pick up from far away or out of state. We have a couple great local mechanics if you want to get some of the work done locally before heading out.
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