1986 Suzuki Samurai 4x4 tintop snow plow rust-free SUV Sport Utility truck

Price: - Item location: Marshalltown, Iowa, United States
  • Make: Suzuki
  • Model: Samurai
  • Type: SUV
  • Year: 1986
  • Mileage: 0
  • VIN: JS4JC51V8G4106859
  • Color: Gray
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clean
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1986 Suzuki Samurai

SamuraiSalvage is offering this super nice rust-free Arizona Suzuki Samurai with new 84 inch Storm II Quik Tach snow plow. Be prepared for a snowy winter! This Samurai has a clean, clear Iowa title. The 1.3 engine was rebuilt approximately 20,000 miles ago. Engine runs perfectly with no smoke or unusual noises. It has a newer Weber carburetor with a manual choke. New radiator. Rebuilt 5-speed transmission. Rebuilt transfer case. Newer brakes. Newer exhaust. New all season tires mounted on Lin-X wheels. It has a rear draw bar (2 inch receiver is available). It has a very nice dash. Polished aluminum door panels. Polished aluminum headliner. JX gauge cluster with tachometer. The body as well as the interior has been professionally coated with Lin-X material with a nice orange peel finish. This was not done to cover any rust, as there was no rust. It was done to protect it against future dings, scratches and corrosion. The SamuraiSalvage garage has went through this Samurai and everything works on it. This 84 inch Storm II plow is specifically manufactured for a Samurai. The frame mount fits only a Samurai and is a Quik Tach design. It is a manual angle with a lever and remotely controlled via the winch for raising it up and lowering it down. This is a very well built snowplow.SamuraiSalvage sells all OEM and new parts for Suzuki Samurais. Delivery quotes are available. Buyer is responsible for delivery to their location. We also offer the following options for this Samurai: reduction transfer case; rear Spartan locker; 2 inch rear receiver; power steering; etc... Contact Rod with any questions.