Subaru 2WD kei-truck with the 660cc clover 4-cylinder motor and 5-speed manual transmission. Fairly zippy and able to go 60+ MPH – however like most Kei trucks, more comfortable around town where you can expect mileage of approx. 45mpg.
Looks pretty good however seats need to be recovered and the bed could use a little clean-up.
1990 Nissan S-Cargo. One of the wonderfully crazy designs that came out of Nissan’s Pike Factory group in the late 1980’s. The S-Cargo has a charming retro style evoking the image o the Citroen 2CV and small delivery vans popular in Europe in the 1950-70’s. The S-Cargo name is a play on the french word for snail – Escargot. This car will bring a smile to your face. Could be useful for business-pormotion or use it like intended – as a small business delivery van.
Showing 97,282 kilometers (~60k miles) and looks good. Some wear rust underneath in common areas. But good value for the money. Will share more info once we have it in-stock December, 2018.
From the Nissan Heritage No.129 S-Cargo (1989 : G20) Commercial Vehicle
Neat vintage Honda Acty SDX 4WD kei-truck. Powered by a 550cc motor in the back mated to a 5-speed manual transmission with a simple 4WD system similar to the VW Vanagon Syncro. Showing just 32,500 miles (52,311 kilometers) reported to be original.
Kei trucks offer great utility – 350kg load capacity and the ability to get up to 55+ MPH. Inexpensive and easy to appreciate – we will have this neat truck in-stock December, 2018.
1993 Suzuki Cappuccino. Clean car from Nagoya with the neat dark green metallic paint called Vert Foncée. Black interior is very clean. Seats are perfect and dash is good however some pats on upper binnacle where GPS or gauges were mounted. Only 58k miles (94,100 kilometers) and in overall great shape however does have a couple rust bubbles on lower left-rear fender. Serviced with fresh oil change / transmission fluid – ready to enjoy.
The Cappuccino is a very fun car – with its 660cc twincam turbo; light weight; and 50/50 weight distribution, it’s a great little sports car. Very neat 4-way top – car converts from a closed coupe to a T-top or Targa top or you can fold back glass rear window assembly for a full convertible.
Nice original condition and runs and drives very well. Fun and efficient car you can use year-round for not a lot of money.
Suzuki Cappuccino in great shape – nice dark green metallic paint (Vert Foncée). Interior is very nice with a surprising amount of room able to fit drivers up to 6’2″. Runs and drives great and recently serviced with oil change; air filter; plugs; timing belt; water pump and new battery. Ready to enjoy.
Suzuki Cappuccino is a very fun car – with its 660cc twincam turbo; light weight; and 50/50 weight distribution, it’s a great little sports car. Neat 4-way top – car converts from a closed coupe to a T-top or Targa top or you can fold back glass rear window assembly for a full convertible.
Fun and efficient car you can use year-round for not a lot of money.
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Toyota Celica GT-Four RC / Carlos Sainz – one of 5000 produced to homologate the GT-4 for WRC. Equipped with a more efficient air/liquid intercooler; unique bodywork as well as transmission upgrades and Torsen limited slip rear differential.
Has ~128k miles (205,798 kilometers) and still road in it’s Shakken road-worthiness permit worthy in Japan – to Heisei 31.
Body – zero rust and looks pretty good overall however original black paint is showing it’s age with bad clearcoat and assorted bumps and bruises
Engine and drivetrain – excellent and great power with no smoking or leaks. Brakes / suspension / transmission / clutch all feel like they should. SSR wheels could use a refinish. Includes original owner’s manual and other booklets and under-hood service records for timing belt, HKS air filter and other service.
Interior – seats, door panels, carpet, rear compartment with spare and toolkit are very nice. Dash has few cracks and mods [...]