If anybody is interested in these reliable Toyota Land Cruiser 2.5L TD short Wheel base, is up for HIRE in Africa for a trip through Africa starting from Bryanston, Johannesburg, South Africa.
RE: Land Cruiser Prado 2.5TD For HIRE, Silver 1992 model with 105210 miles, give us a call for more information
South Africa 4×4 accessories are of the best in the world and I’ve spent significant time purchasing this new equipment and adding it to my Land Cruiser e.g. National Lunar Dual Battery System, roof rack, attachable spade, Roo spot lights, new shocks etc. In short, this vehicle is in great shape and can travel to Europe tomorrow. I can save you all the hassle of car and equipment sourcing, shipping it to Africa to drive northwards and you’ll have a excellent 4X4 after you get to your destination.
I spent lots of time making sure my family would be safe so reliability was paramount and hence you to could capitalize on my meticulous manner. You can literally arrive here in Johannesburg, pick the car up and begin travelling here and northwards!
Here’s ALL of the 4X4 kit included in the hire arrangement. As you can see, it has everything you need and may have forgotten to take with you as we know what is important for a transAfrican trek.
High lift jack, bolted to the front bumper
x4 High lift points, welded to the chassis
Lifesaver jerry can water purifier (imperative for travelling in Africa)
Rear door gas cooker
Rear drawer system
Duel Battery Monitor and Control
Odyssey Batteries x2, primary for vehicle starts and secondary for electrical equipment
Dobson Front Shock Absorbers
Dobson Rear Shock Absorbers
X3 rear ELEC Din sockets – on aux 12v battery
Jerry can holders x6
Jerry Cans x5
Front runner roof carrier
ROO 100w spot lights
Roo 100W spot lights
Bug and Grass protection front radiator netting
50l water tank
5 BFG and steel modular rims (easy more than 40000kms, more around 10mm)
Reflector tape as per African std
It’s just been serviced by Ballies 4×4 in Midrand, their the best Land Cruiser outfit in Johannesburg in my opinion and regularly prepare vehicles for TransAfrica crossings.
Drop me a line if you are interested?