Ask questions before auction ends. For the home market, it first appeared in June 1976 as the Jimny 55 and reflected the changing kei car rules and stricter emissions standards. Vehicle is being sold as is, no promises or guarantees. In Thailand it was called the Suzuki Caribian. With the addition of water cooling and other minor changes, it became the L J20 in 1972. The flat tires were filled at that time and still hold air as pictured.
The vehicle is being sold on a Bill of Sale. Jimnys - buying, owning, using, modding, repairing. This is an extremely rare find as they were only specially imported to the United States by a separate company. Since the new unit remained smaller than 360 cc, and Suzuki placed the spare tire inside the truck making it a three-seater to keep it under 3 m in overall length, it was classified as a , conferring certain tax privileges and other benefits. This car was titled in my fathers name and has been reissued in my name. Whether the Canvas Top version will be manufactured also in Brazil is not known. Suzuki Jimny Sierra In 2009, of Spain ended its agreement with Suzuki to make the Canvas Top version, which has not been available since then.
Export Jimnys had the spare tire mounted on the outside, as kei regulations on length did not apply. Later models were the L J50 and L J80. Those were mostly convertible body vehicles. The vehicle is in good condition as pictured. The Souza Ramos Group of , which used to make Mitsubishi cars under license, will start manufacturing the Suzuki Jimny in 2012 in Brazil to compensate for the lost of production capacity from Santana Motor. The vehicle is being sold on a Bill of Sale.
Two body styles are available in export markets: a standard hard top and the Canvas Top, introduced at the Barcelona Motor Show in May 1999 and was built only by in Spain between 1999 and 2009. The introduction of left-hand drive signalled Suzuki's worldwide ambitions for the truck. Finding one and one in this condition is extremely rare! For those not familiar with this family of vehicles. It was a very basic two-seater vehicle with no doors, but a sturdy system allowed it to go off-road. It was nearly completely disassembled and put in storage.
The Samurai was supplemented in and the United States markets in 1989 by the , which eventually replaced the Samurai in 1995. The body has been set on the rolling chassis as pictured along with other body parts. Seller is an 18 year eBay member with over 2000 feedbacks and 100% positive rating. For the domestic market, a 660 cc K6A-engined version suited for the Kei Jidosha class is responsible for most Jimny sales. One kinda funny story that comes to mind is when I was 17 I bought a motorhome from some gypsies and the title I got was from some state half a country away from me.
I have driven this little jeep up the side of mountains. I will say though, those things could Damn near climb a telephone pole if you could all 4 wheels on it. The vehicle is actually the leaf-sprung , powered by the 1. He began this special task by selecting a Spirit as the base vehicle. It has a 4-speed synchronized transmission matched with a High-Low transfer case to shift from two to four wheel drive.
Who knows were they may be know and or if they are still alive. As in Japan, Jimnys in Australia have borne the name Jimny Sierra since 2007, largely due to the Sierra name having become synonymous with small, capable off-road vehicles. The rear axle was sourced from the and wheels were sourced from the. The new Jimny was released in 1998, and now bears the same name in all markets. Spanish Samurai production ended in 2003. It has had only one owner, my father, since 1979.
The tires are the original Yokohama Nylon 6:00-16 4 Ply Rating. The latter are also successfully sold in worldwide markets. In Japan, the pickup truck was intended as a bare-bones work vehicle and did not receive fender extensions, and had diagonal tires on black-painted steel wheels rather than the sportier wheels fitted to the regular Jimny. The interior looks pretty good here, but you can see some paint chipping on the dash. The keys were missing when I bought it.
Seller is an 18 year eBay member with over 2000 feedbacks and 100% positive rating. The Farm Worker is available in four slightly differing styles, two having a rear window and fibreglass bulkhead, and two having canvas roofs with foldable front windscreens, all based on the lwb platform and offering a maximum payload of 500 kg. And I don't have the smarts to finish. Avtokam and later produced around 150 kits The Velta plant went bankrupt in 2006. In 2011, Santana Motor went bankrupt. It was nearly completely disassembled and put in storage. It is currently registered non-op in california.