Whats a mutivalve factory turbo 80 seris worth?

Submitted: Monday, Mar 30, 2009 at 21:48
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Hi all
Just having a debate with a mate about what multivalve factory turbo 80 seris in good condition are selling for!

I would like to hear your thoughts without me pre-empting any value.

Regards
GN
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Reply By: Madfisher - Monday, Mar 30, 2009 at 22:07

Monday, Mar 30, 2009 at 22:07
What year Model?
Cheers Pete
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Follow Up By: Member - G N (VIC) - Tuesday, Mar 31, 2009 at 08:24

Tuesday, Mar 31, 2009 at 08:24
Say 97 / 98
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Reply By: Wherehegon - Monday, Mar 30, 2009 at 22:08

Monday, Mar 30, 2009 at 22:08
There is one up the road from me, saw it on the weekend. Its a 96 model multivalve manual GXL for $18,000,00 had bullbar, snorkel BUT no service history, under 200k and was a bit rough, something I wouldnt buy. They are very rare especially in auto most people hanging onto them. Redbook gives them a low value but I have seen them (as usual after getting my prado) well into the 20k mark, saw one sahara with reasonable kms for just on 30k. Personally I think they are one of the best cruisers they made and wouldnt hesitate in having one. Great off road like the patrols, the T/D in auto personally I think the best, good power,torque, and will give you in the 10L per 100 on the open roads. So over the 20 mark for a good one ...........WHG
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Follow Up By: Wherehegon - Monday, Mar 30, 2009 at 22:15

Monday, Mar 30, 2009 at 22:15
Vehicle 1994 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER HDJ80R GXL

Price $19,500

Interior Colour Grey/Blue

Kilometres 365,741

Colour White

Body 4 door 8 seat WAGON

Transmission 5 speed Manual

Drive type 4WD

Reg Plate ACE 26V

Reg Expiry AUG-2009

Road Worthy Certificate Yes

Engine 6 cylinder Diesel Turbo 4.2L (4164cc)

Vehicle ID 6378680

Brief Comments In EXCELLENT Condition, One Owner-Fully Maintained every 5,000km with complete service history.


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* FACTORY TURBO.......Additional Accessories include: Rear Wheel Carrier, PIAA Dual (HI / LO) Beam Driving Lights, Safari Snorkel, Ultimate Suspension Package - 50mm lift, Cooper Adventurer 285/75R16 Tyres (avg Tread Depth 9 mm), Onboard air compressor (Hi Rate dual piston), Warn Electric Winch (9000lb) with remote control cable, Full Rust Protection.

The vehicle has had only minimal off-road (some sand/beach), most of its km on the open road.

Mechanically, no faults - mechanic quotes it as the best 80 series he works on.

Body work, showing some stone chips on overriders (black), otherwise all good.

Interior again some age signs but in really good condition. Fronts seats - originals, in new condition (Replaced the recaros I had in from when vehicle was new - stored the originals and put them back in 4 weeks ago).

Capable and ready to go anywhere you dare...

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Vehicle 1994 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER HZJ80R GXL

Price $21,500

Interior Colour GREY

Kilometres 254,000

Colour SILVER

Body 4 door 8 seat WAGON

Transmission 5 speed Manual

Drive type 4WD

Reg Plate AZ73QJ

Reg Expiry MAR-2010

Road Worthy Certificate N/A

Engine 6 cylinder Diesel Multi-point injected 4.2L (4164cc)

Vehicle ID 6434527

Brief Comments 4.2 Turbo Diesel 1 OWNER Immaculate condition, always garaged and never been offroad


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* ** TURBO DIESEL, NEW DUAL Batteries, TJM Alloy Bullbar, 4 Brand new tyres, 1 x Caged Roof rack, Towbar, Cruise control, Electronic rust sensors with Module from NEW. Colour coded Gaurds and Mirrors, Always had Bonnet and Head light protectors, has never been offroad**

**JUST PUT 12 MONTHS REGO ON VEHICLE !! **

Mainly only driven long distance. (Approx 70% of the time as it was our holiday car).
It has been very well maintained and all log books kept upto date, Just replaced timing belt, nothing to spend.


This one is around the corner from me but is manual I need auto

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Follow Up By: Wherehegon - Monday, Mar 30, 2009 at 22:34

Monday, Mar 30, 2009 at 22:34
This is for a 94 model based on a GXL turbo diesel in auto


Private Price Guide $9,200 - $11,500

* Trade In Price Guide $6,500 - $8,800

* Average Km 225,000 - 375,000

* Price When New (RRP) $70,850

This is for a 95 model

Private Price Guide $9,500 - $11,700

* Trade In Price Guide $6,800 - $9,000

* Average Km 210,000 - 350,000

* Price When New (RRP) $68,350

97 model

Private Price Guide $11,800 - $14,300

* Trade In Price Guide $9,000 - $11,500

* Average Km 180,000 - 300,000

* Price When New (RRP) $73,890

Try and get one in good nick with books etc for these prices ?? Lucky to get a petrol one for that price Most of them are 15 + in petrol but you can take your pick with the petrol ones......WHG




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Follow Up By: Member - G N (VIC) - Tuesday, Mar 31, 2009 at 08:27

Tuesday, Mar 31, 2009 at 08:27
Hi Wherehegon

Thanks for info but the 94 model is not the same!

Regards'GN
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Follow Up By: Member - Phil G (SA) - Tuesday, Mar 31, 2009 at 09:47

Tuesday, Mar 31, 2009 at 09:47
Big difference between 1994 (last of the 12valve 1HD-T) and the 1995-98 (24 valve TD 1HD-FT). The former was the one with the reputation for big end bearing failures; the latter will go down in LandCruiser history as one of the best models ever.
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Follow Up By: Wherehegon - Tuesday, Mar 31, 2009 at 17:15

Tuesday, Mar 31, 2009 at 17:15
Sorry guys should have stated that. I know the multivalve wasnt untill 95 but was just showing what people still want for the earlier ones and the redbook prices are know where near what people are selling them for. For eg from above "Private Price Guide $11,800 - $14,300 for a multivalve GXL 97 cruiser, find me one for that price (if you can find one) and Id buy it straight away. Not sure how redbook work out there prices ??.........WHG
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Follow Up By: Saharaman (aka Geepeem) - Wednesday, Apr 01, 2009 at 08:54

Wednesday, Apr 01, 2009 at 08:54
Wherehegone you are absolutely correct about the red book prices - they are completley useless as a guide to old landcruisers. they vary greatly in condition, Kms travelled and accessories. The red book is no guide at all. I just sold my 60 series Sahara for $12,000 because it was in very good condition and was exactly what the buyer wanted.

GN, If you find a good version of the model you want then Id pay a price well above what the red book says. Just as the last of the 60 series in many cases are now selling for more than the early 80 series - dont worry about paying more for the last of the 80 series than you would pay for an early 100 series. It appears the end of the model run always turns out to be an exceptional vehicle. For example there was a late 1997 Sahara Turbo diesel with low Kms that sold for over $30,000. A very good buy if that was the exact model you wanted.

What Im saying is if its the model you want and in good condition - who cares if its more that some other more recent model.

Cheers,
GPM
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Reply By: Falco80 - Monday, Mar 30, 2009 at 22:20

Monday, Mar 30, 2009 at 22:20
Hi mate, the mutivalves hold there value well (as you probably know) and are not usually on the market for too long. I bought my 97 TD 80 series 6 months ago for more than $25000. It had logbook history and 270k on the clock. I probably paid a few grand too much, but it was a five speed, was the colour i wanted, was in mint condition and had a few extras bolted on. I had to have it so i did the deal and have not regretted it. The fuel economy is outstanding, even running 33" tyres like i do now.

For an example in good condition i would expect to pay $20000 and upwards. They were only built with the 1HD-FT between 95 and 97 so they are not exactly a dime a dozen, hence they still command a high price.

Worth finding a good one though...in my heavily biased opinion!!
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Follow Up By: Member - G N (VIC) - Tuesday, Mar 31, 2009 at 08:30

Tuesday, Mar 31, 2009 at 08:30
Hi Falco80

So how many $ of extras would you say you got with it?
I kind of recon you can only allow 33% of the cost of extras to be added to the price of the actual vehical. And that is if they are extras you actualy want / need!

Regards
GN
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Follow Up By: Falco80 - Tuesday, Mar 31, 2009 at 11:38

Tuesday, Mar 31, 2009 at 11:38
Hi G N, The extras i got were probably only worth around $2500 if you were to go out and buy them yourself. Not much at all really, but i'd rather buy a fourby that is as stock as i can find. Your right about the extras. They are never worth as much when you are selling a vehicle. It's best to take them off and add them to your next car or sell them seperately.
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Reply By: Member - DOZER- Monday, Mar 30, 2009 at 23:32

Monday, Mar 30, 2009 at 23:32
Prices lately have dropped a little as more have come into the market, but you still need to look hard for a multivalve. There is one on lcool.org with high kms but i can vouch for it as being well looked after, plus has many accessories...i own a 95 hdft sahara and love it. cheapest seen is 17.5k most is 30k+ which is 100 series price.....but hey, the hdj80 is still the pick of the outback tourer.
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Follow Up By: Member - G N (VIC) - Tuesday, Mar 31, 2009 at 08:31

Tuesday, Mar 31, 2009 at 08:31
Thanks DOZER
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