What makes a 1989 Toyota 4 wheel drive (4by 4?) so sought afte

Asked by Feb 26, 2017 at 09:49 AM about the 1989 Toyota Pickup 2 Dr SR5 V6 4WD Standard Cab SB

Question type: General

I own a 1989 Toyota Pickup, some call
it a 4by 4. I am stopped daily with
people asking if I want to sell it. I know
nothing about vehicles, why are people
so interested in this truck.  The body is
good but the paint job is awful. I'm just
curious.

3 Answers

73,025

The are very appeasing to the eye, look good. Also they are not bad little trucks. People can imagine a paint job and nice tires and rims, all decked out. There is lots you can do with those years truck.

74,045

Young guys like to buy old 4WD Toyota's and fix them up for off roading.

5,595

toyotas RULE, that is why...have you ever seen a Toyota broke down on the side of the road?...nope~ the 4x4 is good for a muddy/snowy environment~

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