1990 Toyota Master Ace Surf
This one owner 1990 Toyota Master Ace Surf is unique, and ready for adventure. The compact size, manual transmission, and RWD capabilities make it ideal for both daily use and weekend camping, hiking, or just about anything else! The exterior is in excellent condition with minimal blemishes. The paint is in very good condition with no issues, and the body is nice with minimal door dings. The exterior has been left 100% stock by the previous owner and the optional "Skylight" roof looks fantastic from both the outside and inside. The factory shades are also present and function properly when a beautiful panoramic view is not desired. This Master Ace has just 28k Original Miles and the condition reflects that!
The interior is in excellent condition as well and is dark brown which certainly goes with the safari style exterior. Seats are stain and rip free showing only minimal wear both front and back. The carpet and panels are also in very good condition with the biggest issue being the fabric is a bit loose on the front doors. The rear seats have seemly endless configurations. The middle captains chairs were optional and rotate 180 degrees (rear facing) which creates a limo like experience. The rear seats fold up and out of the way for increased cargo space if desired. While all rear seats fold completely flat to create a bed.
The 2.0l 3Y gasoline engine starts are idles properly, shifts through the 5 speed manual transmission are smooth and all power amenities function properly. Highway driving is a breeze, along with light off road use. Overall a very well rounded vehicle in excellent condition and ready to drive home today!
*California Residents: In order to register a Grey Market vehicle in the state of California then it will have to be made CARB complaint first. CARB certifications will have to be performed within the state. Depending on the vehicle and any existing modifications will affect the pricing. Typically CARB compliance will range between 5-10K. Additional information can be found on the California Air Resources Board website.