this is the suzuki
SJ 30. It came after the LJ 80 and it's sort of a prototype samurai. We
didn't have it over here. I tought it was only sold in Japan. The differents
between this car and the samurai are the factory made half doors.
Pictures sended by Tom.
This is a "mail man" samurai. Also from Japan.
These are samurai pick-ups.
In The Netherlands we did not have the pick-up. Only the LWB. We had in
the late 80's the SJ 413/410 as a pick-up version. The left one is coming
from the German suzuki site and
is equiped with a 1.9 liter peugeot diesel engine and powersteering! I
think the snow sweeper is hydraulic, but if you have other information
(PTO?) send it to me.
On this picture: The
Holden Drover. You will find it only in Australia. It is a rebadged
suzuki samurai. The suzuki samurai is there called suzuki sierra.This picture
comes from Jeff's suzuki's page: http://redgum.bendigo.latrobe.edu.au/~jeff
These pictures are from India. The samurai is there called: Maruti Gypsy.
The left suzuki is
called: Chevrolet samurai and is sold in South America. The right one has
the name: Suzuki Katana and is sold in Indonesia.
This picture I got from Martin. He lives in England, a real kit-car country! This is a "scamp-car" A British kit car based on the SJ chassis. Made with Aluminium panels, when your Suzi rusts away, for about £2000, you can built this body onto the chassis.