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    Default 1988 suzuki Samurai / Mini Monster / Built right !

    1988 Suzuki Samurai Rebuilt engine 4000 miles ago. Bored .20 over. Centerforce dual friction clutch and pressure plate. Calmini header. Performance coil. Flexilite Electric fan with controller. New brakes. New Bestop full and Bikini tops. AM/FM/CD player. Custom spring over lift. Billet drive shaft spacers. Custom long travel shock mounts. ProComp ES3000 shocks and steering stabilizer. Petroworks Crossover steering (Not the scary “Z Link”). Extended brake lines. New Super Swamper 31x13.50x15 TSL/SX Radials. Custom performance intake. Full size 31x10.50x15 ProComp mud terrain spare. Clean interior / could use a couple front seat covers. Removable Safari doors. It has all the A/C components except for a switch in the dash. I've never hooked it up or tried it but it's there. You cant build one this clean and straight for the price. All work is profesonally done. Not a hack job and not a typical Samurai. Rides, drives and runs excellent. Might consider a 1978-79 Ford Bronco as trade. Looking for a new project. Getting a little bored with this one, We've had it about 2 1/2 yrs now. $6000 OBO I am located in Mesa, Arizona. Call home = 480-924-0562 Cell = 602-568-0114 Or email




    2003 Chevy 2500HD
    4x4, Extra cab, 4 dr,
    8.1L (496 cube's !), Allison Auto
    Boy's, I said above the canyon wall's.
    Strong eye's did glow......
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    "THE GREAT WHITE BUFFALLO"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grynder View Post
    1988 Suzuki Samurai Rebuilt engine 4000 miles ago. Bored .20 over. Centerforce dual friction clutch and pressure plate. Calmini header. Performance coil. Flexilite Electric fan with controller. New brakes. New Bestop full and Bikini tops. AM/FM/CD player. Custom spring over lift. Billet drive shaft spacers. Custom long travel shock mounts. ProComp ES3000 shocks and steering stabilizer. Petroworks Crossover steering (Not the scary “Z Link”). Extended brake lines. New Super Swamper 31x13.50x15 TSL/SX Radials. Custom performance intake. Full size 31x10.50x15 ProComp mud terrain spare. Clean interior / could use a couple front seat covers. Removable Safari doors. It has all the A/C components except for a switch in the dash. I've never hooked it up or tried it but it's there. You cant build one this clean and straight for the price. All work is profesonally done. Not a hack job and not a typical Samurai. Rides, drives and runs excellent. Might consider a 1978-79 Ford Bronco as trade. Looking for a new project. Getting a little bored with this one, We've had it about 2 1/2 yrs now. $6000 OBO I am located in Mesa, Arizona. Call home = 480-924-0562 Cell = 602-568-0114 Or email




    Not sure what the issues is, but I'm not seeing any photos there.

    Steve
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    I see them now, they're just big and took a minute to load.

    Steve
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    99 Chevy Cavalier LS (105K+ miles - commuter car)
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