For Sale

One of a kind Toyota Landcruiser 100 Expedition Vehicle


More pictures at the end of this page

Price:
USD 79,000 (with trailer)
USD 73,000 (without trailer)

In total we spent over USD 200,000 on this truck and trailer on purchase and having it modified according to our specifications.
These specifications were defined after years of travelling around the world with our Landcruiser 73-series.

Reason for selling: we’d like to go somewhat bigger.

If you are interested please send us an e-mail: d.wassenaar@inter.nl.net

As long as this ad is online the car and trailer are available for sale.

The Toyota 100-series:

• First owner
• Currently registered and titled in Texas
• Toyota HDJ100L-GNPEZW: Year 2002
• Conversion done in 2008
• The conversion has been professionally done in Germany by Innovations campers (German quality)
• Material used for conversion: All aluminium (side walls, roof, door)
• We shipped the vehicle in 2008 to Argentina and used it almost full time for travelling
• Mileage 200.000 (ready for another 200.000 miles)
• Engine 1HDFTE 4.2 6 Cylinder Turbo Intercooler Diesel
• Full time 4WD
• Limited slip differentials
• Automatic transmission
• 2 speed transfer case (plus neutral)
• Original suspension has been professionally replaced by (comfortable) conventional suspension (less sensitive to repairs)
• Air supported suspension rear (airbags in coil spring) (pressure adjustable)
• ARB front bumper
• Safari snorkel
• Alarm system
• Leather interior
• Climate control etc.
• The car comes with a specific Landcruiser OBD-II scanner (for scanning electronic & sensor functions of the car; errors can be reset).
• 6 New tires (including 2 new spares; one on the vehicle, one on the trailer)
• All side windows have been treated with special safety foil. Breaking in by smashing the window hardly possible.
• The back seat has not been taken out during conversion; seating capacity while driving still 4 people
• Engel 40L refrigerator
• Two different sized tables for working (small) and one for eating (large)
• Kitchen with tap, sink and two burner stove
• Water tank 12 gallons (another auxiliary water tank in trailer)
• Water filtering system
• Outside shower
• 5x electrical wall outlets inside (3x on inverter; 2x on hook up)
• Seating capacity in the back (behind the back seat): 4 people
• Pop up roof
• Nanostation2; powered WiFi signal amplifier to find free WiFi routers from miles around
• Bed on second floor in pop up roof 80”x55”
• The bed can be folded away to create more space in the back
• Car can be slept in on the first floor without the pop up roof being opened (in less safe situations)
• Privacy curtain to prevent others to look inside
• Roof shutter (aluminium shutter can be replaced by glass for more light inside)
• Two (!) diesel heating systems (Webasto and Eberspaecher)
• An Eberspaecher scanning system for computerized measuring (mal)functions of the heating system
• A third adjustable heating outlet on the feet side of the bed (no cold feet)
• Double layered textile side parts of the pop up roof (very comfortable in cold/rain/heat etc)
• A third outer textile protection layer for very windy situations (like Patagonia)
• This car can be slept in in freezing cold weather
• 5 solar panels on the roof (288 Watt)
• Battery solar charging and monitoring system
• Charging of batteries by solar power either front or rear batteries by choice (switch)
• Awning
• Lightning conductor on roof
• Radio/CD/Ipod player
• Garmin GPS 276C navigation device
• 18.000 lbs electric winch (Warn)
• Electric hook up
• 3-way output battery charger
• Two sand plates on the side of the car in the unlikely case you might get stuck in loose sand
• Two batteries under the hood
• Two AGM accessory batteries in the back
• Very powerful air compressor (tires are pressurized very quickly but you can also clean the air filter with it)
• Dual diesel tank (total of 37 gallon) (another auxiliary tank in trailer)
• Lots of storage space
• Import from The Netherlands
• and more...

PS 1:
Everything in working order except for the night Illumination of speedometer and rev counter.
Currently under repair for that.

PS 2:
If you would buy this truck do not worry about the availability of spare parts.
I will provide you with an address where you can order all the parts you want.


The trailer

• First owner
• Provides extra storage (no unwanted stuff in the vehicle)
• Light weight aluminium make (diamond plate)
• Very, very rugged
• Tailor made in Australia according to our specifications by Challenge Camper Trailers
• Second water tank under the trailer (25 gallon)
• Roof top tent (to be used in case of traveling with four people) (needs repairs)
• Very rugged Australian TREG coupling
• Leaf spring suspension
• LED tail lights
• Tires on the trailer in good condition
• Rims and tires are exchangeable with the vehicle
• Axel specifically made to go together with the vehicle (same width)
• Electrically braked (magnets)
• Inside:
    > Generator (Honda) for charging the acc. batteries in case of a longer stay in cloudy situations
    > Auxiliary diesel tank tailor custom made by Drocom (45 gallon, light weight synthetic material)
    > Diesel tank can be pressurized with the air compressor in order to fuel up the vehicle
    > Inline bacteria eliminating water filter (for filtering water before taking it in)
    > Recovery gear like straps, shackles, snatch blocks etc.
    > Exhaust jack for vehicle
    > Ground anchor (for winching in situations without trees)
    > Camping chairs
    > Spare parts
    > Extra large awning which can be put up like a tent against the trailer

Beware! Once driving this vehicle you will get a lot of attention everywhere you go.




Roof fully covered with solar panels


Texas registered and titled


Roof up showing second layer of side wall on the outside


Roof up and roof tent set up on the trailer


Roof up; outside layer lately being renewed


Roof up; outside layer lately being renewed


Roof up; outside layer lately being renewed


Roof up; outside layer lately being renewed


Third outside layer for protection against severe winds


Third outside layer for protection against severe winds


Third outside layer for protection against severe winds


Conversion made by Innovation Campers (Germany)


Specific Toyota Landcruiser OBD-II scanner


Specific Toyota Landcruiser OBD-II scanner


6 new tires


Nanostation2; to find free WiFi routers from miles around


Safari snorkel


Passenger side


Seating capacity left and right


Kitchen


Look through with the bed folded in


Water filterering system mounted under the sink


Solar monitoring; in this case charging with 140 Watt (of max 288 Watt)


Solar monitoring; in this case charging with 10 amps (of 20 amps max)


Engel fridge/freezer (40 liter/10 gallons)


Bed being folded up formore space in the rear part


Rear view with computer working table put up


Rear view inside looking out.


Rear view; pivacy screen put up.


Rear view; pivacy screen put up.


Webasto heating air outlet


Lots of hooks on the roof ceiling for hanging clothes


Rear compartment with bed folded up


Rear compartment with bed folded up


Bed with self inflating mattresses


Bed with self inflating mattresses


Roof hatch closed


Roof hatch with glass


Roof hatch can be openend and covered with anti insect screen


Garmin 276C navigation device


Console


Dash with Garmin GPS device


5x electric outlets; 2x directly connected to outside 110, 3x connected to inverter



More pictures to come...