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Old 12-29-2013, 09:58 AM   #1 (permalink)
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The Samurai pick-up is still being sold in New Zealand I would really like a new one to replace my very rusty 1986 SJ413KJA.
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Thats pretty cool ,Yet a bit harsh Not giving newzealanders a freeking heater.Even mine has kick ass heat
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Suzuki Farmworker Flatdeck 4x4 | Farm Trader New Zealand

The Samurai pick-up is still being sold in New Zealand I would really like a new one to replace my very rusty 1986 SJ413KJA.
Man, I hear ya! Japanese cars of that era were prone to rust. I had a '86 JX for 12 years in the Midwest (Chicago)USA, washed it and waxed it regularly, and it was pretty rusty at the end of it's days. I wish I had held on to it because I've got the bug to own one again!
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Thats pretty cool ,Yet a bit harsh Not giving newzealanders a freeking heater.Even mine has kick ass heat
When we bought our first Jeep CJ5, in 1963, heater, passenger seat and mud/snow tires were an option. A roll bar was not available and I know we didn't have seat belts, either.
When I bought my 1973 CJ5, heater was standard equipment, but passanger seat, mud/snow tires were optional and there was no option for a radio. Roll bar not included and standard tires were some thin highway treads. It did have seat belts.

This Suzuki looks pretty plush, compared to the old days. Boy, have we gotten soft and sissy?
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I think that they leave out all that stuff to keep the price low, they are competing with quads and farm bikes. Its a pity its not road legal, I drove a G13BB engine Samurai in Turkey and it went well.
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I think that they leave out all that stuff to keep the price low, they are competing with quads and farm bikes. Its a pity its not road legal, I drove a G13BB engine Samurai in Turkey and it went well.
I suppose so. Our '63 CJ5 cost $1 a pound. Total was $2300. My '73 cost me $3800, with optional passanger seat, rear lsd, 304 V8 and rear draw bar. Standard hiway tires and heater.

I'd buy the Suzuki in a minute, if they were available here. Arizona allows quads to by licensed for street use, except for freeways.
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