View Full Version : 1996 Previa S/C 176k miles $3k obo

07-12-2020, 10:04 PM
Hi All,
It is with a heavy heart that I must part with my Previa of many years. It was the family vehicle I grew up with and learned to drive on, and I obtained it from my parents 6 years ago. It has served my own family well, including performing excellently on numerous cross-country trips. Just since 2019 I've made two 1000-mile interstate journeys and it has performed well. It has also been my family's general purpose vehicle for kids, groceries and commuting. It runs well.
Idle is a bit low, but it's always very reliable.

Included with the van are a few spare parts as well as the Toyota factory service manual. I will add a later post to include Vin and specific parts available- I have to go through my stash to see what's there. I'm currently located in Oak Ridge, TN, which is near Knoxville. Please post or PM me. I'm happy to answer any questions you have!

1996 Toyota Previa S/C
193727 miles on the odometer
Notes (years approximate)
- Sale is As-Is
- New steering rack (2-years-ago)-
- New front tires (Falcon, 2-years-ago)
- New full-size-spare rim with healthy tire (2-years-ago)
- New OEM sliding door hardware (2-years-ago)
- New rear Shocks, (3-4 years ago, Monroe)
- Front shocks are KYB (not new, work fine)
- New front sway bar end links (3 years ago)
- New rear catalytic converter (5 years ago, Magnaflow, if my memory serves me correctly)
- New front catalytic converter (Fall 2019)
- A/C started losing charge last 2019. Added some dye to find leak but haven't located it yet
- Passed California Smog in 2015, Texas safety and emissions testing through 2018
- In 2014 new Victor Reinz high-quality head gasket used to replace blown original, DOHC head professionally machined.
- One small bubble of rust on rear driver's side by bumper. (see pictures)
- Roof paint has been sun-beaten

All the best,

07-12-2020, 10:31 PM
Some of these pictures just won't turn right-side-up! 10396103971039910400
Now that's a beautiful spare!10401the good girl's little run-in with Fe2O3. It's not too big, but I want to be sure you see it. I'm guessing it has to do with the bumper mounting point, but I haven't taken it off to check my theory. 10402
Good Tires!1040310404

07-26-2020, 08:03 AM
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11-01-2020, 09:57 AM
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