21 hours ago in News
It's an unlikely match for maximum autocross fun.
I am selling my Samurai as I really just want to go another direction with my vehicles.
1987 Suzuki Samurai
1.3 8v head on a 1.6 block
Dash says it has 67k miles on the body
Zuk's Offroad MySide2 with a 44mm Screamin Eagle CV Carb
Dual Battery Set up
4:1 transfer case
Factory Brush Guard and Headlight Guards
Rally Tops Sport Top that has been bedlinered on so it doesnt leak
3 inch Calmini SPUA lift
31x9.50r15 Interco TSL Super Swamper Radials with 75+% tread
American Racing Outlaw II's in 15x7 (I Think)
Warn M6000 winch that needs new line
Wired front and back with Warn winch quick disconnect connectors
Has some rust in the normal places. Behind the rear wheel wells inside the tub and on the drivers side along the top of the wheel well, It isnt really that bad and has been rust converted.
Needs the transmission shifter bushing and bolt replaced, shifter bushing kit will be included.
For GRM $4800 Will trade for miata
Will also consider trades for a Miata.
FWIW, from my experience with the rust shown in the pics, there will also be rust behind the flares. If you can still get the panels, these are easy to simply weld on new metal. I did a 87 years ago. Same issues. Values back then were much lower. GLWS
I will work a deal to sell it on here as i really dont want to deal with craigslist.
Here is the craigslist link if any one is interested
I've never seen that carb setup. How well does it work?
In reply to spitfirebill:
1000% better than the stock Samurai carb.
In reply to Toyman01:
The 40 and 44mm CV carbs are sized for bikes that are between 1200cc and 2000cc so they are the perfect size for the engine and they will run at almost any angle. They are the next best thing to efi that you can do to a sammy.
The samurai had a weber on it when i got it and it was tuned poorly and was really temperamental.
So I have purchased a miata so this needs to go. $5000
Price drop to $4800. I need it gone, i need the money to buy parts for my miata.
someone please buy
Throw it up on ebay. Hopefully you can find at least two people that really want it.
Very interested. Still have it?
In reply to Tom Suddard:
Yes I do. Someone might be coming to look at it this weekend but that remains to be seen.
In reply to Tom Suddard:
Also if you bring the van this place http://www.ujointoffroad.com/ specializes in 4x4 van conversions and is 40 minutes away.
MrChaos wrote: In reply to Tom Suddard: Also if you bring the van this place http://www.ujointoffroad.com/ specializes in 4x4 van conversions and is 40 minutes away.
Yes, You might really enjoy U-joint. They build some cool vans.
Yes - they are well respected in the 4x4 van community. To the point that my old Salem-Kroger conversion E250 might get swapped to their setup for better ride and handling.
Tom if you want it $4250
I really wish this was a tintop, or had a different top on it. Something that allowed more than just two occupants.
MrChaos, could you send me an email at email@example.com or give me a call at 3863664502? I'd like to come look at it.
Tom, I just replied to your email.
6 days ago in News
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