Suzuki Samurai Tintop Built For Trail And Street 1.6 8v 5.12 Gears Exocage !!! on 2040-cars
Constantine, Michigan, United States
To begin with this Tintop Samurai was brought up from Georgia so the beginning foundation was solid with minor surface rust if any , no rot no soft spots nothing like that . Engine was replaced with a 1.6 8 valve using Trail Tough full circle adapter and heavy duty mounts , Weber 32/36 carb that has been tuned correctly , Header running thru a full exhaust system with flowmaster muffler,power steering with cooler ,electric cooling fan with adjustable t stat, low Milage transmission and transfer case , all mounts , universal joints and such are in good condition . 5.12 gears with rear having a spool locker , both axles have been completely rebuilt with newer brakes , OTT steering from Rocky Road, a custom built suspension using Old Man Emu springs front has longer rear spring with missing links and the rear has Calmini boomerang shackles , extended braided brake lines , long travel shocks front and rear . Interior is all stock and not perfect as far as material this includes rear seat and the original headliner is intact . This is a JX model with factory tach dash cluster .
The original paint is faded and has some blemishes and a few dents . A full DOM roll cage has been built for protection on the trails . All lights , wipers , heat and turn signals work . The 33" tires are in great condition . 1.5" Wheel spacers have been installed.
This is a solid built Samurai as it is a 1987 and mostly the body and interior are original it does show signs of age .
All fluids have been changed recently les than 10 miles including brake fluid flush ,power steering flush , all gear lubes and oil changed .
This Samurai will run 70 mph plus in fifth gear with no problem .
Please look at pictures for a good overall condition inspection.
500.00 Paypal deposit due within 24 hours of auction and pickup within 7 days of auction end with cash payment in full at time of pickup.
Thank you and please feel free to ask questions .
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