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Toyota - Tarago - 1993 - $4,399

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Toyota - Tarago - 1993 - $4,399
« on: 23,February,2016 »



Available: Now

Selling in: Perth

Sellers name: Dominik

Make: Toyota

Model: Tarago

Gears: Automatic

Manufactured year: 1993

Registration number: 8LW430

Registered in: WA

Registration expires: 4 months

Approx KMs at time of advertising: 290,000

Car Condition: See my description

Colour: Red

Price: $4,399

Dominik registered with HCC as a traveller

Phone: 0484 629 916  (Telstra mobile)                                                                                                                                                                                                                  


Description:

After our roadtrip up the westcoast australia's we have to sell our beloved, reliable motorhome.
The engine has been changed in 2010 and is running perfectly. No mechanical problems at all.
The whole cooling system (waterpump, radiator, hoses), driving belt and the breaks have been renewed 50.000 kms ago. Also all services have been done yet! Best conditions to start on your trip right now.
The car is very good on fuel to make your trip as cheap as possible.
It has a WA registration until 02/06/2016
It comes with:
- queensize bed ( I am 1,90m tall and it is no problem to fit in)
- 2 pillows and 2 quilts
- couple of camping chairs
- camping table
- gas cooker
- lots of space for your luggage etc.
- big esky
- shelf with all the cooking utensils (dishes, pans, etc.)
- shelf for your clothes
- LED lights
- 2 pairs of snorkel and mask
- solar shower
- solar panel on the roof for energy supply during camping
- bullbar in the front and in the back
- immobilizer
The car is the perfect one for any kinds of roadtrips because your bed is inside, just stop at a carpark and sleep. It cannot be easier. Due to the perfectly covered sleeping area with black windows and curtains it's impossible to have a look inside the car even with open windows




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