102 days ago

2001 Toyota Funcargo

Devan from Flat Bush

2000 Toyota Funcargo
Lady driver - well looked after
Excellent car, very economical and reliable
Fully Serviced in February (new plugs, filters oil change etc) , less than 5k done since then.
Next service due in Feb 2022

VTNZ Wof - Feb 22
Rego - Oct 21
Driven daily approx 7km to work and back.

Interior excellent condition (apart from drivers seat that has a slight rip on the side - normal wear and tear)
Exterior - very minor clear coat peel in keeping with age of car - hardly noticeable
Small dent on drivers side rear , as per pic

Tyres are good
Seats can collapse to make it a little work van if required

This is an excellent daily car that is most economical on fuel. No issues whatsoever. Always kept in excellent condition and always has a full tank of juice.

Engine/Gearbox etc is mint - no dramas here.

Price is firm at 3k. We selling because we bought another Funcargo.

I’m in Flatbush

Call Devan
021 0244 0182

Price: $3,000

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