OK guys, I have finally decided to let it go, I rescued this truck from Dat last year, was gonna transfer everything to my SWB, however after I brought it home it turn out to be a good running truck and I just could not see my self taking it apart. Also my main Montero engine die on me so now my priority is to get my big Montero on the road again. This truck has alot of history. (do a search on 6" Montero lift) I got it up and running really good now and its registered and ready to go: Here is some info on it:
- 1997 MoOntero Sport LS - 3.0L V6 AUTO Tranny - One and only 6" suspension lift - Front/Back ARB lockers set-up with CO2 - 4.90 R&P gears - Front ARB winch bumper (no winch included) - Rear custom tube bumper - Rock Sliders - 15x10 Chrome wheels (needs new tires) - Manual Hubs - Really nice stereo system with MP3 hook-up - CB radio - Key-less entry - Tinted windows all around
Truck Only has 120K miles on it and runs really good. I like to give the 4x4wire members the opportunity to buy it before I list it else where, I like to get $3K for it to basically cover the cost. If I list it somewhere else I'll probably ask for more...
There is over $5K worth of parts on the truck. If someone was to install ARB lockers and gears to a Monty rightnow, they'll be looking at spending around $3K... So priced at $3k it's a fair deal.
Here are some pictures of the truck sitting on my 35" MTRs, its got room for 37s (not included in the sale... see above info)
-------------------- 94/95 Montero SR "rockcrawler"
Riding on 37" MTRs
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