1987 Suzuki Samurai, or as some like to call it the poor mans
G-Wagon. You WILL NOT find a spec of rust on her. She has been
meticulously maintained. Pros: 40,000 miles (could have rolled
over) Paint re-spray last year in Toyota grey 4 wheel drive works
flawlessly Spartan locker in rear axle Low Range Off Road spring
over axle LIFT KIT Interior has been Rhino Lined Mint condition
Mazda Miata seats Always babied Custom wooden door cards TINTOP
these cars are hard to find in decent condition nowadays but even
harder to find a clean example of the idolized tintop Cons: I
personally don't love the rims, and was going to get new wheels and
tires but decided to sell Ac and heater do not work (if your
worried about that this isn't the car for you) Loud on the freeway
(yes it will hit 75mph but barley) I have daily driven this car off
and on, and tbh it's not the best as a daily but boy can it handle
all the trails you throw at it It physically pains me to sell this
car, but I'm converting a campervan currently and this needs to go.
This vehicle is amazing because it's small enough to do the
razor/atv trails and big enough to keep up with any jeep. Please
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Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25
cars that is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to
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