I'm new to The ExPo but I would love to see other Suzuki's on here. So please post up your ExPo Suzuki's. I'll start with " Mr. Livingston " My ExPo Samurai.
The grey and yellow/orange ones are LJ10's, both are 1971 models. Both are all stock, with an air cooled 359cc two cylinder two-stroke engine (28 hp!) Top speed is about 50mph; they are really low geared (at 50 mph, the engine is turning close to 6000 rpms!) The grey one is my favorite, mainly because it is right hand drive.4Rescue said:Dude, what ARE those... I've never seen a Suzi like that... Neat little trucks, thanks for sharing, I want more info.
Sweet man, thanks for sharing, I didn't even notice the 3rd (brown) one I was so fascinated by the other 2. Got anymore pics of teh Pick-up??? I have a secret obsession with the LWB Samurai. Again, those are some REALLY neat trucks you've got there, I love'm all. There's something so refreshing in this day and age of overly complicated vehicles about trucks like those.stevec said:The grey and yellow/orange ones are LJ10's, both are 1971 models. Both are all stock, with an air cooled 359cc two cylinder two-stroke engine (28 hp!) Top speed is about 50mph; they are really low geared (at 50 mph, the engine is turning close to 6000 rpms!) The grey one is my favorite, mainly because it is right hand drive.
The brown rig is Suzuki's first 4WD pickup, it is a 1980 LJ81K I bought in Canada a few years ago. It has a somewhat larger engine (~800cc, 41 hp) that will do highway speeds. It is also completely stock (bumpers were dealer installed.) As rare as they are, I want to keep them stock, but I plan to do a few things to the LJ81 to make it more "expedition worthy", including a rear locker (LockRight #1520) and better tires.
My website is www.lj10.com; there is tons of info on these rigs there.
Chet, thanks for the compliment. I wish I could say it was my handiwork, but I just got lucky enough to buy her from Andy Walcker. I do agree that all the Zuks on here are incredible. Your LWB is so rad. What kind of racks are you using with your soft top? I would be interested in a set of those.chet said:nice rigs everyone! Man I wish our sammy's were as clean as Seth's!
Heres my '86 LWB sammy. Currently it is undergoing a rust removal process which means rocker replacement, real wheel arches, new front fenders, windshield frame and some other patches here and there. Its got toy axles and a tracker 1.6. I have a set of roof racks that mount around the soft top as well.
There is a pic of my old 4 door sidekick which I sold to get the sammy.
Thanks. The bumpers have been awesome. They have proven to be very stout and to look awesome. Looking for a good deal on a winch to finish out the front.Backroad Explorer said:Seth;
Beeeauuuutiful set-up !!!!!!!...:friday: How ya likin those ShockWorks Bumpers