Sunday, December 16, 2018

Super Aero Roof: 1991 Mitsubishi Minicab

Eat your heart out all you Volkswagen 21-window Samba Bus owners, Buick SportWagon/Olds Vista Cruiser owners, Buick Roadmaster owners, AND folks who love windows in the top of cars...because this next car has the best name EVER for a piece of glass above your head -- SUPER AERO ROOF. Find this 1991 Mitsubishi Minicab offered for $6950 in Jacksonville, FL via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!



From the seller:
1991 mitsubishi 
condition: good 
cylinders: 3 cylinders 
drive: fwd 
fuel: gas 
paint color: grey 
size: compact 
title status: clean 
transmission: manual 
type: van 
1991 Mitsubishi minicab
Super Areo Roof
100% Street Legal
Japanese Import
660 cc, 3 cylinders
5- Speed Stickshift
Right Side Drive
Only 52,800 Miles
New Tires and Wipers
Everything in working Order
Heat and Ac works Great
Super Fun to Drive
No Trades, No Scammers
Cash Only, Price is Firm

Will Deliver




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4 comments:

  1. "Super" is a relative term when the whole vehicle is about the length of half an alligator. (I believe an "alligator" is a standard unit of length down in Florida)

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  2. A friend of mine had one in Japan. Can get a lot is stuff in them, easy to drive and park. They suited the Japanese style of road trip, drive for an hour, stop and eat, drive another hour, stop and take a picture, drive another hour, stop and buy something, and so on. They are a bit noisy inside.


    Saw an older couple in one similar. They had rear ended another car. Just like the old VW vans their legs were the crumple zone. The couple were pinned in the van. Emergency crews cut the front of the van off to release them. Never wanted one after I saw that.

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  3. I can't understand why they keep importing these things to north america with our winter weather, heavy traffic in big cities with young people running around in 600 + hp cars, no parking and they have a 600 cc gutless motor and RHD. that is insane in my view!

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