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This complete turn-key package is for sale at a price of $50,000 CAD. Price is firm. I am located on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada. You can reach me via email @ pzalinko@gmail.com. Packages like this are extremely rare and this custom setup is built not just to get you into the bush, but to get you home too. Price includes ALL recovery and camping gear. Basically bring your sleeping bag, pillow, and a certified cheque, and start exploring! Landcruiser Specs: - 1989 BJ74 Landcruiser RHD - 13BT Turbo Diesel Engine with 230,000 KMS (144,000 miles) - Automatic Transmission (Great for smooth operation in the bush) - LSD Rear End (Limited Slip Differential) Works Great. - OME HD Rear 60 series lift kit with greasable shackles all around. - 255/85/16 Toyo MT Tires with Toyo M55 Spare. No holes or plugs. Siped down the centre and perform incredibly in snow and ice conditions. - Tire chains included - Custom Front and Rear Bumpers and Rock Sliders. Rear Swing Outs on Bumper are connected via a double heim joint so they move with the door swing and not independently. This prevents the swing outs from flopping around but rather open in a controlled manner. It's quite a brilliant engineering concept to be quite honest. - 24volt Aisin Winch (Toyota) 10,000lb with 150' of 3/8" Synthetic Line. - On-Board ViAir 450 24volt. - Suspension Front Seats - Power Windows and Locks - Sideblinder LED Speed Demon front fog lights (amber) and one rear facing independently switched. - Carhaart Tan Seat Covers - Upgraded Military Centre Console Storage - Mounted Fire Extinguisher - Door panels replaced with aluminum faced polyethyline core sign board material and painted black. - Extra parts and even a 2nd set of rear doors that could be cut down for when the FRP is removed and you want half-doors in the back. Also extra set of leaf springs, greasable bushings, etc. Trailer Specs: - Box is 5'6"W x 8'6"L x 6'H - Tongue is 58" - Total Trailer Length is 13'10" - Total Trailer Width including fenders 7'6" - Total Trailer Height including solar panel 8'6" - Dry weight is 1360kg - Shell is built with 3/16" aluminum panels. This was built for ruggedness so if you scrape a branch or tree it won't rip open the trailer. There are no roof penetrations either so there's no chance of water leaks. You could literally drag this trailer through just about anything and it wouldn't matter. - 3" overhang roof allows for mounting of accessories without having to make holes in roof or walls. See Awning for example. - Bunk bed style sleeping with memory foam mattresses. Mattresses are 73-1/2" long and 34" wide. This leaves room for a small hallway to get changed and stand up inside trailer. - 3500lb axle - 2 x 170AH deep cycle batteries - 170watt Solar Panel with controller - Fridge dual voltage 12/24v - Exhaust fan with dual speed control. - Ambulance electrical control panel with room for future expansion. - Potable Water storage with shower function - Flip down aluminum exterior shelves for kitchen prep and cooking. - Full size Toyo M55 255/85/16 Spare tire. Both truck and trailer have the same size tires and wheels so they are all interchangeable. - Oztrail Awning - Aluminum Storage Box with two compartments. One side is enclosed and the other is open to the front when the lid is opened. - 2500lb rear mounted winch just in case you need a bit more help getting out of a situation in reverse. - Detachable aluminum collapsible staircase that can be used anywhere around the trailer where there's a flat surface. - 360 degree swivel pintol hitch so the trailer tilt is independent of the truck. Note: The rear storage compartment of the trailer could easily be turned into an empty space to hang game meat for hunters. Recovery gear includes: - Recovery boards (4) - Soft shackles - Hard shackles - Snatch blocks - 3" tow straps - Tree hugger strap - Hook & chain - 4ton inflatable lift bag, etc... Camping gear includes: - 2 x propane stoves - Cast iron pans - Water kettle - Wash basin - Pour over coffee set - Etc... Please note that this package is not meant to sit in pristine car shows but rather to be used to explore, and to that end there are imperfections on both the truck and trailer. Obviously nothing major or structural, but it's not a nice shiny show piece. However, if you would like the patina removed and the scratches and minor surface rust to be removed, then I'd be happy to negotiate the cost of a paint job (which I have done on previous Landcruisers). I wanted to leave it "as it is" so there is nothing hidden behind a nice new paint job. That being said, I am constantly getting rubber necks, thumbs up, and jaw drops when people see this setup. It is one of a kind and has been systematically purpose built to go out and explore the backcountry. I know there are many memories waiting to be made by the next owners...