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1992 Mazda B2200 on 2040-cars

US $4,200.00
Year:1992 Mileage:154000

Lexington, Tennessee, United States

Lexington, Tennessee, United States
Vehicle Title:Clear
Engine:2.2 4 cylinder
For Sale By:Private Seller


VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)
: jm2uf1135n0275087
Year: 1992
Mileage: 154,000
Make: Mazda
Model: B-Series Pickups
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Trim: 2 door
Drive Type: rear wheel drive

  1992 Mazda B2200  

I have a very nice 1992 Mazda B2200 pick up for sale. It is a wonderful truck. It has no rust. I just painted it in its original color Nobel White. There was no body damage to fix at all before painting.  

This truck has the 2.2 electronic carbureted 4 cylinder motor (with four brand new NGK spark plugs)and a five speed manual transmission. It has the original R12 freon that will FREEZE you out! I just put on all four brand new tires. Less than 1000 miles on them.

The man I got it from had already done the front end and the exhaust. I had the windows tinted also which makes it a very comfortable cabin between the shade and ice cold air. I also just installed the top of the line brand new headlights and they are very bright! 

The truck is in excellent condition. It runs and drives perfect. No smoke. No leaks. Nothing needs fixed except the antenna for the radio and the seat. I have looked for another to replace it but can not find one.

I have rhinolined the bed out to the edge (like a drop in bed liner)it also has the Mazda rubber bed mat. There is no power steering on this truck either but with the brand new tires you hardly notice it at all. 

These trucks are well known to go over 300,000 miles. Mine has only 154,000 and runs flawlessly. Uses no oil and gets around 27 mpg. I will not take a penny less than $4200 for the truck. 

I know full well how hard these trucks are to find in good shape with low miles. I am only selling because we are needing a bigger truck but if I can't get what I want I have NO PROBLEM keeping it!

You can call me at 731 798-0338 to discuss. My name is Chuck. 

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