..well, 99% original...
Large and light, practical and airy; the useful cargo area behind those doors..
The business-end of that fawn-coloured velour interior..
..with highlights that include - other than the obvious 5speed and vent-windows(!) - a console-mounted digitial clock...
...that rather awesome auxiliary gauge area...
...clear instruments in a very unique pod unit...
...aaaaand a totally sweet rubber bootie around the trip-meter reset switch. Yeah!
To the point.
A little light dirt and staining on what's otherwise an interior that has held up very well.
Even tidier back here!
For the kids - "Shotgun passenger side!!"
The 4ZE1 petrol four; a single-cam, 2.6litre petrol unit that turned those four wheels (part-time!) with the equivalent of one hundred and twenty underwhelming old horses.
"..but Mitsubishi's (Astron) 2.6litre used in Pajeros of the era put out little over 100hp; the 4Runner's 22RE 2.4litre even less..!"
Yeah - base engines - both models offered 3.0litre V6's for petrol-fans wanting more. Remember, this here is as high-specced as a '91 Jackaroo got in Australia..!
..and on that note, we're done.
A little bummed I couldn't get a good look underneath (at what appears to be the period's standard-issue torsion IFS and solid-axle leaf rear) but chuffed to have even come across one so complete regardless.
While parts availability and aftermarket support is probably a little lackluster (compared to a 4Runner or Patrol..), it's a good looking thing with some nice detailing; an interesting option for those wanting a light-use classic off-roader that's a little different!