Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Billy Goat: 1994 Suzuki Samurai

The 2nd generation Samurai is a compact off-roader from Suzuki, built from 1981-1998.  The Samurai makes a miserable ride on tarmac, but is legendary for its off-road capability, with one beating a Jeep record for highest altitude achieved for a 4-wheeled vehicle at 21,942 ft.  We think the Samurai is a logical choice for someone needing 4WD capabilities as they are cheap, easy to fix and built like small tanks...get one while they are cheap...uggg this one isn't cheap. The miles are low, but to get this sorta price, they'd have to detail it and feature it on one of those fancy pants auction sites where suckers people over pay a premium.  Find this 1994 Suzuki Samurai here on eBay with a starting bid of $7500 located in Glenview, IL with 2 days to go.


From the seller:

Item specifics
Condition: Used Year: 1994
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): js4jc31c2r4101582 Mileage: 44000
Number of Cylinders: 4 Model:
Samurai
Transmission: Manual Interior Color: White
For Sale By: Private Seller Drive Type: 4WD
Fuel Type: Gasoline Vehicle Title: Clean
Exterior Color: Black Body Type: Convertible
Options: 4-Wheel Drive Make: Suzuki

1994 Suzuki Samurai . Condition is Used.
4wd 44k original miles illinois clean title in hand very minimal rust for the year
new soft top,starter,fuel pump,battery,good clutch,good tire
Everything works lights heat all original except radio,ignition,soft top
So far this is the best hunting vehicle for out west
i just don't have time to ride it,I've tried 4 wheeler,side by side you just can't have enough comfort
always kept indoor also i don't have place to keep it anymore
This little baby will not disappoint you 

See video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43sBlq0qNZI



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2 comments:

  1. haha! I see this rig every day on my way to and from work, if anyone is really interested, I'm happy to stop in and look it over. I will say it looks clean from the road, and I've often wanted to enquire about it. But, already having a Wrangler that I don't ever want to part with, I really don't know what I would do with this. I just love the size, and I once owned one. I will also say that, for all of the 6 months that I've been living near it, it has remained parked outside. They are super cool little buggies, but I don't know if they are $7500 cool.

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  2. "...and feature it on one of those fancy pants auction sites where (suckers) people (over) pay a premium" Ha ha, you guys are BaT-ting a thousand, which coincidentally would be my opening bid on this Suzuki (a guy can dream, right?)

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