We're looking at a front / mid-engined, high roof, 2WD pickup with a drop side bed and a super-compact footprint. Tools don't come much more useful, nor much cooler. Steelies, white paint, and windy windows round out the utilitarian vibe, and the thrummy little triple under your seat should be lots of fun with 4 gears to row.
This 1992 Mitsubishi Minicab has had only two owners; its original Japanese custodian and me. It 656cc, SOHC 3G83, engine packs a punch and is great for zipping around in
The exterior remains nice, while showing just enough wear to make it fully usable as intended. Some of our favorite details are the tiny factory steelies, locked tool box which doubles great as a cooler and the minicab tailgate decal.
Mechanically, the truck is reported to be fit with an easy-starting, strong-running engine. The odometer records 24,000km and change kilometers, or roughly 14912 miles, and has been certified as accurate by a third party. Recent work included an oil change performed on 6/4/21, just prior to the truck arriving in California on 7/10/21.
Kei trucks are especially popular with farmers in Japan, as well as with single city dwellers, to whom these little trucks' minimal dimensions and useful cargo capacity are highly valued. With a surprising 350kg (770lb) payload rating and a relatively large bed, it's easy to imagine this Minicab excelling at either role here in the US.
Will gladly offer buyer registration and titling assistance in the state of South Dakota. Sale includes all importation documents necessary for titling and registration, as well as a PDF factory service manual translated to English.
Located in Long Beach, CA - Will ship to all states