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My Dad's 1989 4Runner


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I have been lurking around here for about a year and a half, and I finally decided to register.

My dad had an 1989 4Runner (which he got in 1996 and sold in 2008)

I have always wanted one and I am turning 16 soon. I hope to have a nice 1st gen within the next year or two.

Well, here is a short build list and pics of his truck.

1989 4Runner Utility Wagon – 5 speed – 22RE
Blue Metallic paint / Black rear top

Garage kept for 10.5+ years
Approx 2 in suspension lift
Owner maintained

List of upgrades:
Front Suspension / Drivetrain
Randy’s R&P / Yukon front differential (open) – 4.56 gears
Standard Bilstein shocks
Sway-A-Way torsion bars
Front half-shafts rebuilt and converted to “quick change” (i.e. no studs / grade 8 bolts)

Rear Suspension / Drivetrain
Randy’s R&P / Yukon rear differential w/ Detroit Locker– 4.56 gears
Bilstein 5150 shocks
Old Man Emu Dakar springs

Transmission – rebuilt by Marlin Crawler w/ HD bearing upgrade
Transfer Case – rebuilt by Marlin Crawler (stock gearing)
Marlin HD Clutch (1600 lbs – same as V-6 version)
Budbuilt crossmember / skidplate (high clearance)
Poly body bushings

Engine – original – no rebuild 486,000 miles
No smoke (no joke – unless you let it idle for 10 minutes or more – will cruise at 70 – 75 all day long – loaded)

No oil leaks
Downey / K&N Intake
Downey Header
Flex-a-lite electric fan
Downey / Denso HD Alternator
Duralast battery

15x7 in. black steel wheels by AR
BFG 31x10.5 AT’s – lots of tread left

Body good condition to excellent – all original panels – never wrecked
Paint is mostly in real good condition – 4 small (1 in.) rust spots on fenders
Two small (smaller than palm of hand) dents in rear side (backed into trashcan and jack-knifed my trailer)
Poly body bushings
Trailer hitch receiver (2 in.) with light hook-ups
30x10.5 BFG AT spare
Yakama Roof Rack
Interior
Corbeau seats
Rear seat belts upgraded to shoulder from lap belts
Black rubber floor mats / vinyl carpet
Awesome stereo – Sony CD / Infinity front speakers / Boston rear / JL Sub / 40 watt rms stereo Kenwood amp / Sony 100 watt rms mono sub amp
CB antenna

Exterior:
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Engine:
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Interior:
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Only pics I can find of the undercarriage, which show his budbilt skit plate
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90% of the build threads in the 5th Gen section consist of Fuel Wheels, Plastidip, Duratracs and window tint.

My 1998 4Runner- V6 Manual, AISIN Hubs, Cable E-Locked, 265/75R16 KO2s and 235/85R16 STT Pros, Mostly Armored (351k+ Miles)
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Love the avatar pic, that's pure Toyota right there.

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wow that's one clean 1st gen!

welcome!!!

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Love the avatar pic, that's pure Toyota right there.

so very true! and still good for probably another 100,000+ miles!

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Nice Runner! Reminds me of my 89.

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Yours looks very nice too- like everything I can see except the older style side mirrors

Thanks KidV and Slowpoke

If i can find the highest mileage thread, i think this one wins with 490000 as of 2008. It probably has around 550000 now.
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90% of the build threads in the 5th Gen section consist of Fuel Wheels, Plastidip, Duratracs and window tint.

My 1998 4Runner- V6 Manual, AISIN Hubs, Cable E-Locked, 265/75R16 KO2s and 235/85R16 STT Pros, Mostly Armored (351k+ Miles)
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so very true! and still good for probably another 100,000+ miles!
Thanks for noticing. On my dad's the gas tank door hinge was rusted off, so he fixed it with some JB WeldHe ordered a new gas door, but he didn't put it on because it was painted black
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90% of the build threads in the 5th Gen section consist of Fuel Wheels, Plastidip, Duratracs and window tint.

My 1998 4Runner- V6 Manual, AISIN Hubs, Cable E-Locked, 265/75R16 KO2s and 235/85R16 STT Pros, Mostly Armored (351k+ Miles)
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I had a very similar story to you. My parents (my moms rig, my dad did all the work) had a 1988 4runner when I was growing up. It was lifted 4in, had 33in tires, and was a beauty. I loved it. They sold it when I was 13.

I was looking for a 4runner from the time I got my permit and would not settle for anything else. Then, a week before my 16th birthday, I found my black 89 for $1000 on CL. My birthday present that year was a loan. I wanted to make mine just like my parents old one. I ended up going a bit bigger.

It was nearly 5 years ago since I bought it. Since then, I have bought a FJ60 land cruiser, 3 toyota p/u's, and an 86 4runner. Nothing beats my 1st 4runner though. Hopefully you can share the same success and love for your future rig. Good luck!

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I had a very similar story to you. My parents (my moms rig, my dad did all the work) had a 1988 4runner when I was growing up. It was lifted 4in, had 33in tires, and was a beauty. I loved it. They sold it when I was 13.

I was looking for a 4runner from the time I got my permit and would not settle for anything else. Then, a week before my 16th birthday, I found my black 89 for $1000 on CL. My birthday present that year was a loan. I wanted to make mine just like my parents old one. I ended up going a bit bigger.

It was nearly 5 years ago since I bought it. Since then, I have bought a FJ60 land cruiser, 3 toyota p/u's, and an 86 4runner. Nothing beats my 1st 4runner though. Hopefully you can share the same success and love for your future rig. Good luck!

Good story
I hope I can find a 4runner or 4x4 pickup
But, I do have a fun car to drive for a while- 2000 celica gts 6speed

Another car I would like is a early 90s Celica All Trac turbo or Mr2
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My '88 4Runner - I purchased in '88- was nearly identical to your dad's. It was medium blue metallic (code 8D47) with the DLX vinyl floor and seats. I really need to scan some pictures of it on the beach. The blue was very rare around here and I always got compliments on it.

Stupidly I sold it at 100,000 miles in 1996 to buy a 1997 4Runner to haul my first child and his stuff. I was hoping he would inherit it -- I have a few pix of him as a baby "driving" it. It got wrecked through no fault of mine so I got the 2000 I have now. We also have a white '89 DLX and he wishes it was blue.

So you have a Celica and are hoping to also get a 4Runner?

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So you have a Celica and are hoping to also get a 4Runner?

My dad has a white 2000 Celica that he is letting me drive for a couple years until I go to college. I want a 4runner or 4x4 Xtra Cab
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Good story
I hope I can find a 4runner or 4x4 pickup
But, I do have a fun car to drive for a while- 2000 celica gts 6speed

Another car I would like is a early 90s Celica All Trac turbo or Mr2
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The alltrac's are nice cars but, you HAVE TO MAKE SURE it has been well maintained.

I have 89 and 99 4runners, 89 is in the middle of a full resto... i had a 90' celica alltrac a few years ago, and i loved it, but it was a money and time hog. If i had space and time to fix it up i would, but they're not cheap like the trucks to fix, much more difficult to find parts, and are generally abused.

Good luck finding a truck!
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The alltrac's are nice cars but, you HAVE TO MAKE SURE it has been well maintained.

I have 89 and 99 4runners, 89 is in the middle of a full resto... i had a 90' celica alltrac a few years ago, and i loved it, but it was a money and time hog. If i had space and time to fix it up i would, but they're not cheap like the trucks to fix, much more difficult to find parts, and are generally abused.

Good luck finding a truck!

Thanks for the advice

I know how hard it is to find even a decent ST or GT Celica in Middle Tennessee- I have only found around five or six reasonably priced ones in the past year or two

1st gen 4runners that aren't trashed are hard to find here too.

I did find one on cl today that needs a transmission rebuild.
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Thanks for the advice

I know how hard it is to find even a decent ST or GT Celica in Middle Tennessee- I have only found around five or six reasonably priced ones in the past year or two

1st gen 4runners that aren't trashed are hard to find here too.

I did find one on cl today that needs a transmission rebuild.
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Best place to look is probably www.all-trac.netin the classified section, and take a plane out to get one and drive it home...
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Oh my oh my oh my oh my..... All I can say. It looks soooooooooo fine!

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Here's What Makes The 1989 Toyota 4Runner A Collectible

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Read on to find out just how safe, durable, and reliable a 1989 Toyota 4Runner can be, contributing to its collector status.

The Toyota 4Runner is a long-running vehicle, having been produced for more than 30 years.

Its longevity and high mileage combined with its lack of significant operating issues are a testament to its safety, durability, and reliability. The Toyota pickup and the Toyota 4Runner share the same platform when they were both manufactured in 1989, necessitating Toyota take steps to differentiate the two.

As a result, the four-door model is the standard one for the 4Runner, complete with a new 2.4-liter inline four-cylinder engine (and an upgraded option featuring a 3.0-liter V6 engine) available in both rear-wheel and all-wheel drive.

Read on to find out just how safe, durable, and reliable a 1989 Toyota 4Runner can be, contributing to its collector status.

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Millennials Want Vintage Trucks

The 1989 Toyota 4Runner is incredibly popular with younger drivers, who tend to have an affinity for vintage trucks. Vintage trucks like the 1989 Toyota 4Runner remain popular with millennials, as these trucks have a reputation for being built strong and act low mileage even as they travel beyond the 100,000-mile mark.

Older Toyota 4Runners with mileage beyond 100,000 have sold for $14,500 to $17,500 at auctions. Further, when the Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser market proved too expensive, older 4Runners provided a cheaper alternative- at least for the moment.

While the 1989 model is more collectible, the 4Runners released in 1984 and 1985 are known for having a more solid axle on the front end, gaining it increased popularity among off-road riders despite the rough riding experience.

Further, the 4Runner was the first vehicle to earn the “SUV” designation when Toyota marketed it as such, and its reputation was only cemented once it became a four-door with the 1989 model.

Depreciation Is Incredibly Slow

One thing that helps make it easy for Toyota to sell their 4Runners is that they do not depreciate quickly after being released, bought, and driven. The 4Runner, just like the Toyota Tacoma, is known to be rugged and reliable, lasting and enduring tough road conditions.

The 1989 Toyota 4Runner loses surprisingly little value over time, especially when compared to other vehicles of the same age. New models retain value longer, as it only depreciates by 36.5% only five years after its release.

Unfortunately, because of the slow depreciation rate, even the used and older 4Runner models for sale can be quite expensive. It's important to keep in mind that 36.5% of the average 4Runner's value is only $13,147.

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Long And Varied Generations

Toyota deliberately gave each of its vehicles a long-running generation before releasing the next wave, and each generation had multiple variations. When Toyota releases a new generation of 4Runners, there are many variations released. Further, each generation has a lengthy manufacturing period.

As a result, the older 4Runners still look relevant even when many generations have succeeded them. The mechanics between generations also tend to stay consistent and do not change much. Many different versions and trim levels over the years are frequently desired when the public seeks to collect them.

Another benefit of the long generations is that Toyota gets more time to market each generation and build up a solid reputation for the 4Runner brand, as well as general awareness among the driving population. With the new 2021 version, however, Toyota has decided to change the look, possibly breaking the consistency streak.

Reliability Is Key

The 1989 Toyota 4Runner was known for being very reliable, making it very highly prized among older vehicles. After all, reliability is key, as evidenced by the fifth generation of Toyota 4Runners. Consumer Reports gave the 4Runner a 5 out of 5 rating each year since 2010, aside from 2015.

These ratings help cement the 4Runner's “built to last” reputation among the public, contributing to their high resale value. After all, when customers see how durable a vehicle is and that it's expected to last a long time, they don't expect to find that vehicle for cheap.

Also, when it comes to 4Runners, expect to find both high mileage and repeat owners. These SUVs can easily run for 221,000 miles. When iSeeCars.com ran a study of longest-lasting vehicles in the United States in 2019, the Toyota 4Runner ranked at number five. Even as late as 2020, Toyota continues to manufacture the 4Runner brand, known for its safety, durability, and reliability.

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