1991 Nissan DIESEL Safari/Patrol 4x4 RHD TD42 SWB JDM like Toyota Land Cruiser

Price: US $10,900.00 Item location: Bigfork, Montana, United States
  • Make: Nissan
  • Model: Safari
  • SubModel: Patrol
  • Type: Shorty
  • Trim: Y60
  • Year: 1991
  • Mileage: 47,000
  • VIN: 2BG81017860513415
  • Engine size: TD42
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Options: Inclinometer, elevation gauge, 4-Wheel Drive, CD Player
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!

1991 Nissan Safari Patrol

This is an original Nissan Safari off road legend! Known as the "Nissan Patrol" throughout the world, but badged as the "Safari" in the Japanese market. This is the major competitor to the Toyota Land Cruiser in the world market, and a much more affordable option. This truck literally goes anywhere! The front differential Is as big as a basketball and the 4.2 liter diesel engine plows through the toughest terrain. If you know these rigs at all, you know this thing is priced to sell...
Please call with any questions you may have before you bid!!!! (406) 214-8419
  • - Solid front axle coil spring suspension
  • - 4.2 liter diesel 6 cylinder (Engine Code TD42)
  • - Gear driven motor so no timing belt or chain to worry about
  • - 76,000 kilometers ( also known as 47,500 miles !!!!)
  • - Short Wheel Base model goes up and down some crazy approach angles
  • - manual locking hubs with selectable 4x4 hi/low
  • - heat and a/c work! Yes. the A/C is cold, very cold!
  • - Brand New Water Pump
  • - Fully serviced and ready to go anywhere
  • - Brakes are like new front and rear
  • - ALL fluids changed
  • - New water pump
  • - Does not leak a drop of any thing
  • - Motor uses no oil
  • - Original Paint
  • - Back windows slide open and closed, lock and don't leak
  • - All window glass is good, no chips or cracks
  • - Montana Title will transfer to all 50 States

There is one small paint bubble about the size of a nickle on the rear quarter panel, the body is otherwise rust free, very minor surface rust on axles, very clean frame. Rear cargo area carpet has some stains. The Driver's side mirror glass is cracked. All these minor imperfections are pictured in the photostream link below and are reflected in the price.
You can also see the pictures at my website: BACK40IMPORTS.COM
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REGISTRATION This truck comes with a CLEAN, CLEAR Montana Title that will transfer to all 50 States. I will help you with any information you need to get it registered, but since I can't go to the DMV for you, registration is still your responsibility. I've sold diesel cruisers to guys from California before and the documents I provide with the title was more than sufficient for them to register their vehicle and be exempt from "air care". If you have questions about air care requirements in your state or municipality, you can find them at your state DMV website, or feel free to ask me, I've probably sent a diesel cruiser there already or know someone there who has one. I welcome test drives, independent inspections and your questions, but since this is an auction all questions need to be asked and independent inspections need to be done before you bid or click "buy it now".
SHIPPING FYI: IF YOU'RE CONSIDERING U-SHIP AS A SHIPPING OPTION, I CAN MOST LIKELY GET YOU A SHIPPER AT HALF THAT PRICE! U-SHIP FEES ARE GROSSLY EXCESSIVE!!!! I would trust this truck to drive to any location on the planet as it sits right now. There is no doubt in my mind that it is ready for the longest road trip right now! If there was a bridge to Africa, you could drive it there with out any issues. If you decide to retrieve this truck yourself, Glacier International Airport (FCA) in Kalispell, MT is about 30 minutes away, and I will be happy to pick you up. I've helped arrange shipping to all four corners of the lower 48 for customers who have bought trucks from me and I can help you hook up a shipper if need be (and if you live in AK or Hawaii I'm sure we can figure that out too). Actually securing the shipping and payment is the buyer's responsibility. Shipping prices vary between companies and are based on cost of fuel and regular routes traveled. Please research this topic before you bid. If you are the winning bidder and find out later that you can not afford your shipping costs, the "TERMS of SALE" still apply.
If you have any questions at all, please ask them prior to bidding or choosing the "Buy it Now" option. This sale is "as is" there are no returns, warranties, or refunds on this item. Please read the full description, examine all pictures and if you have any questions ask them before you bid or buy. My direct line is (406) 214-8419 . There is a $500 NON-REFUNDABLE deposit due within 24 hours of the auction close, so if you don't have PayPal you will need to set that up before purchasing. The full remaining balance must be paid within 7 days or 5 business days (Whichever comes first), either by direct wire transfer from your financial institution, or by cash in person. Once the vehicle is paid for, I am willing to hold it for up to 30 days until shipping can be arranged. If the terms of sale are not adhered to by the purchaser, then the truck will be re-listed and the deposit will not be refunded. Check my feedback score and bid with confidence that I am a man of my word. There's never any funny business on my end and I expect the same courtesy. This truck is cross-listed locally and therefore I have the right to end the auction prematurely if a direct sale is made. MY NUMBER IS 1-406-214-8419
Why a Diesel Nissan? Better Fuel economy, most of these rigs average 25 mpg on the hwy with my driving habits, some claim to get better. More low end torque means you get stuck less and can climb the craziest mountain goat trails. These diesel engines are known for lasting much longer than the gas version. Runs much quieter than the Ford, Chevy and Cummins diesels we are used to in the US. Very easy to work on and simple to figure out. Mechanical diesel technology enables you to use alternative fuels such as waste vegetable oil and waste motor oil.
How difficult is it to get parts? Not difficult! Every mechanism on this truck is re-buildable, the fuel pump, the injectors, starter, alternator, motor, tranny, etc. can all be rebuilt by any one who's handy and if they're beyond the point of repair, a good majority of parts found on these vehicles can cross over from another Nissan gas vehicle manufactured for the US market. The consumable parts such as clutch, filters, brake pads, glow plugs, etc. are available at most parts suppliers.
But it's right hand drive, is that hard to get used to? No, maybe for the first couple miles, but you get used to it pretty quick. All the gears are in the same spot, the pedals are the same and you still drive on the right side of the road. Toyota and Nissan sent diesels to every country except the US and I bring them in from LHD markets sometimes, but hands down the nicest ones come from the Japanese Market, so those are the ones we go for, which is why most of my stuff is RHD.