1987 Suzuki Samurai JS with header and sidewinder carb

1987 Suzuki Samurai JS

Make: Suzuki
Model: Samurai
Type: SUV
Trim: JS
Year: 1987
Mileage: 43,445
VIN: JS4JC51C3H4147920
Color: White
Engine: 1.3L
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Gray
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Sparks, Nevada, United States
features 2 fifty air. Two windows down at fifty mp
Super Fun!, Chicks Dig It!, Climbs Cliffs (almost)!, 4-Wheel Drive, Convertible

Description for Suzuki Samurai 1987

This is a 1987 Suzuki Samurai with 1.3L engine. The engine has been upgraded with several new parts. Most notably is the Suzuki Sidewinder carburetor kit. This kit uses a Screamin' Eagle (Mikuni) 44mm sidedraft carburetor. These carbs are used on Harley Davidson motorcycles and are superior to the stock Suzuki carb. Offers an increase in power, and the carb does not become fuel starved on steep angles. The other major improvement is the exhaust system upgrade. The stock manifold has been changed out for a Thornley header and a new 2" system has been installed to run to the new Thrush Turbo muffler. Recently tuned and timed. Oh yeah, new tires!!! I just put on 5 new General Grabber A/T (all terrain) tires. They have less than 250 miles on them. The rims are been painted with truck bed liner, and so has the back interior. A few other mods here and there. New soft top, and new spare tire cover. So what's this Lil' Sammy need? Mostly paint, and some interior upgrades. She hasa few dents too. Not a beauty queen, more of a billy goat! Minor surface rust here and there, butthis is a Nevada truck, so it's been innice and arid climate. Runs great and is currently registered as a Classic Rod. With the engine mods, she does highway speeds easily. If you've done any research, you know the Samurai is an outstanding off road vehicle. It climbs like a goat and at only 60" wide, it gets down the narrowest of trails. Why spend 10K on a Razor or other side by side that you have to trailer around? With this fine machine, you can drive right to the trail and keep on going! I also average about 24mpg!E-mail me any questions you have, especially before you bid.
I don't know anything about shipping vehicles, but I am willing to assist you if needed.
I got this from an RV'er who towed it everywhere.I'm pretty sure the odometer has exceeded mechanical limitations. So I registered it that way.