2019 Toyota 4Runner

$ 39,900.00
  • Clean • 60,000 Miles | 2 weeks ago

Meet ROVRR: a 2019 Toyota 4Runner TRD Off-Road overland build ready to roam! I've decided to break things down for prospective buyers with a Base package and add-on packages. Not everyone wants everything, or maybe you do, your choice. 

The Base pkg of the vehicle includes the following extras;

~75% of the vehicle is wrapped in Paint Protection Film (i.e. clear bra)

Old Man Emu lift

C4 rock sliders

ARB air compressor installed on mount and complete with wired toggle switch

Rago fabrication center console MOLLE with Bridge (great for ram mounts)

TRD Pro wheels (5)

Tires General Grabber ATX  275/70/17  (less than 50% tread life)

LED headlight bulbs

Bluesea fuse box installed for extra accessories when you need it

These are items I consider to be inclusive of the Base price and I'm not interested in parting these out. These extras have a $7k+ retail value. I would have to say the PPF is probably the most expensive investment but well worth it if you hit trails with brush that cause pin striping. So much relief washes over you as you hear the squeal of the scrapping as you pass through.  Next up I think once you have an onboard air compressor you will always want to air down the moment you hit off-pavement. 

See below for Add-on Packages. 

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iKamper RTT + $2,300
Includes the skycamp (sleeps up to 4) that was originally a gloss black finish. This has a heavy duty bed liner (black) applied to it that will outlast the rocky black option. iKamper wind deflector. Mounted to (3) Eezi-awn k9 load bars (no-drill), and has the ikamper locking bracket for added security. I've made this the most attractive value as even the used market would fetch over $3,000 for everything listed but I would prefer to not take this off. For many first time roof top tent campers this can be a game changer. Only about 1 minute to open and less than 2 minutes to breakdown and fold it back up.

Convenience Package + $1,500
Why is it convenient? It would be convenient for me to just leave them installed but for the sake of reducing the asking price for less sticker shock I decided that anything of value that can be removed in X minutes could be resold fairly easily in the used market. I have the time and I need the practice as I have quite literally placed my future in this very realm. Cherry pick if you want. Items include:
CBI aluminum skid plates
C4 summit hatch ladder w/ accessory steps and rotopax mount
Rago fab rear cargo MOLLE panels with Shelf
Weathertech mats
Neoprene seat covers
Lockbox (Lock'er down center console lockbox)

In the case of not wanting the weathertech mats I have the factory carpet mats by default. Same for the CBI skids, they would get replaced with the factory skid plate.

ARB Drawers + $1,200
Can't say enough about how good storage and organization mods are worth the cry once buy once experience. If you don't see the value it's ok, but I think many people who have an overland build probably hold high regard to well-built storage solutions.
This particular set retails over $1,750 from ARB USA. They are Removable! I have mounted both units to a single plywood base plate that is fitted for the rear cargo. Just simply lift them up and pull them out. The lower drawer you see in the picks with the fridge on top is also a sliding top (ARB refers to as a roller floor) this serves as the fridge slide so that's one less piece of equipment needed.

Dometic Fridge and battery combo + $1,000
Dometic CFX55 refrigerator (was ~$1,200 retail) paired with a Dometic PLB40 battery ($850 retail) is a great value on these two used items that fit well with the rest of the setup. The rear cargo has a direct line with proper andersen 50a plug running to the portable battery so it's efficient and more reliable. For some this arrangement provides a simple, flexible and maintenance free setup for running a fridge. But in the event you don't want it, don't add it. If you plan to install a secondary aux battery under the hood I have a slee off-road mount to offer.

Lots of knick knacks can be tossed in from camp kitchen, recovery gear, fire extinguisher and first-aid kit if buying it all. Garmin inReach mini and Overlander GPS available.

Base package + All Add-ons = $45,900 obo
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