The Toyota Hilux, also known as the Pickup, has earned a legendary status and is still being produced today. However, sales in North America ended in 1995 when the Tacoma took its place. The Hilux/Pickup is renowned for its durability, which was famously demonstrated by Jeremy Clarkson's failed attempts to destroy one on his TV show. If you're in the market for a truck that is likely to outlast you, the 1983 Toyota Pickup SR5 is an excellent choice. The SR5 trim, short for Sport Runabout 5-Speed, was highly sought after, and this particular truck not only features that trim but also comes with a few enhancements and a new engine with just 3,000 miles on it. Purchasing this truck is a decision you can make with confidence, and it even includes the owner's manual and repair manuals for added reassurance. Don't hesitate to act quickly if you're interested in this exceptional vehicle.
Any car aficionado, whether a professional or a casual car guy knows about the television series Top Gear. On 23rd November 2003, we saw Top Gear try to destroy a 1988 Toyota Hilux known as the Toyota Pickup in North America, the presenters, tried driving it recklessly, drowning it, burning it, using a wrecking ball on it, and even finally placing it on top of a 27-story tower which was getting demolished, the truck still survived. The Toyota Pickup is currently in its eighth generation, unfortunately, the fifth generation produced from 1994 to 1997 was the last of the compact Toyota Pickups in North America, we only have the Tacoma and Tundra now. Up for grabs is one of these practically undestroyable 1986 Toyota Pickup Turbo with just 68,867 miles on the clock and in excellent condition.