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July 02, 2013, 03:30:54 AM
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Location: Los angeles, CA
Price: 225BTC as of this post time, last price on gox $90USD

Hello, you are looking at a mint condition 1994 SWB (Short Wheel Base) G300. This is an extremely rare vehicle. There may be a handful in the USA, IF that. This car was imported by me personally into Vancouver, Canada and inspected/registered/insured earlier this month. It has travelled 130,000km during the past 19 years. That equates to just under 81,000 miles. It has never been in an accident, minor or major. A paint meter will confirm this. This is not a G55, not even a G500. It is a W463 but shares only the excellent build quality with the more familiar, luxuriously appointed new G's. As you can see in the photos it does have some wood trim, but is a bit more utilitarian with the rubber accessories (door handles, shift knob) and the cool cloth interior. It was also wired for parking lights to pass the inspection (red on rear quarter panel, amber up front), but they have been tucked nicely behind the bumpers. Daytime running lights are still functional. During the past few weeks I have been getting it back into tip top shape before and after my drive down to LA (ran beautifully). Here's a list of recent (past 3 weeks') work:

New OEM brake pads
New OEM turning lights
New Nissens radiator (oil cooler was broken in last one)
New coolant reservoir (old one was leaking)

All fluids have been flushed and filled:

Synthetic oil
ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid)
Transfer Case
Front and Rear Differentials
Ball joints and propeller shaft greased

The service history is not complete but there is a booklet in Japanese with some of the previous maintenance work done. Nothing stood out as major.

What it needs to be perfect:

Small ding on passenger side
Larger ding and paint chip on front of roof
Passenger window regulator (goes up and down at half speed, still functional)

What you could do if you felt like it:

Replace rotors
Recharge A/C (Though it still blows cold, could be ice cold)
Replace tires (some cracks, about 3/8 inch left of tread)

PM me with any questions and more information
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July 02, 2013, 03:54:46 AM
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I've been interested in such a car for awhile, glad to hear it's a reliable beast. She's a beaut Smiley
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July 02, 2013, 06:36:53 PM
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I always wanted a G wagon.. Very nice vehicle!!

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July 03, 2013, 05:09:53 PM
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Nice car.  That price is kind of on the high end though.

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