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 #35410  by redmed
 Fri Feb 20, 2015 4:15 pm
KuroNekko wrote:Does it look something like this?

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Basically Yes, The rear box is the same but the front is different probably a older model.
I have watched this truck and thought of how handy it would be even just on our property.

I regret selling our Ford ranger and keeping the F250. Wife could not see having two pickups. When I cut firewood I could stack the wood in the Ranger while standing outside the truck. With the F250 I throw the wood in the bed then have to climb in to stack the wood. In & out of the bed over & over. Those mini trucks would even be handier than the Ranger. If I could drive it on the road even handier.
 #35431  by sx4rocious
 Sat Feb 21, 2015 4:32 am
That is a Suzuki Carry. Believe it or not, they are actually street legal. I've even seen them in a 4X4 configuration before. They have a top speed of about 60mph (TOP speed, not SAFE speed). They are actually very sought after, mostly in the south where ranches and farms are much larger and spead out. I see them pop up every once in a while for sale in Indiana and every time I do, I think seriously about buying it. I'd love to restore one and just drive it. They get like 45 mpg and I've heard they are an absolute BLAST to drive.
 #35452  by KuroNekko
 Sat Feb 21, 2015 11:22 pm
sx4rocious wrote:That is a Suzuki Carry. Believe it or not, they are actually street legal. I've even seen them in a 4X4 configuration before. They have a top speed of about 60mph (TOP speed, not SAFE speed). They are actually very sought after, mostly in the south where ranches and farms are much larger and spead out. I see them pop up every once in a while for sale in Indiana and every time I do, I think seriously about buying it. I'd love to restore one and just drive it. They get like 45 mpg and I've heard they are an absolute BLAST to drive.


Yeah, it's a Carry but I didn't know they were street legal in the US. I've only seen them driving on non-public roads. Yeah, you can get them in 4x4.
 #35469  by sx4rocious
 Sun Feb 22, 2015 1:43 am
They are in Indiana at least. I've seen them in downtown Indianapolis before and they were tagged. I want to say it was either an InDot vehicle, or an InDot contracted company, as they were working on something with the road. I haven't seen any out on the highway tho. Like I said, 60 is the TOP speed, but it would be like feeding a Weener Dog 30 Monster energy drinks and forcing a monkey to ride it after throwing the ball over the neighbor's fence: grit your teeth and hold on for dear life!

Ironically, I found this yesterday:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Other-Makes-Min ... _25wt_1105

guy has no idea how to upload a picture, but I'd sure like to have it!