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1987 Long Wheelbase Suzuki Samurai


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Ive got a 1987 Suzuki long wheelbase Samurai that I built up for wheeling. Its got Toyota running gear and ...


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Old 05-25-2010, 05:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Ive got a 1987 Suzuki long wheelbase Samurai that I built up for wheeling. Its got Toyota running gear and a Toyota 2L 2.4 liter diesel engine as well.

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not sure it gets better than that
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Wow, that thing's insane! I like it.

Funny, if it were a Jeep I'd dislike it because it's too extreme. I hate to see Jeeps with cut up fenders and huge tires. That's a cool Samurai, though. It's actually very cleanly done, as well.
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Thanks guys. Shes fun. That engine sounds like a tractor too.
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haha in the second from bottom pic it looks like dady was crossing ditches while his son was at baseball
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Originally Posted by kickitandholdit View Post
haha in the second from bottom pic it looks like dady was crossing ditches while his son was at baseball
Ha ha ha.. My nephew actually. The kids gonna be a major leaguer for sure.
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That is cool in so many ways.
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Yea, you don't have to worry about that one flipping easily.


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