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Someone here should snap up this beautiful blue Amigo before it's gone! Just listed one hour ago!

I don't care what kind of mechanical work it needs, look at that body! And low miles to boot, here in Rust-Free PNW!!

I'd go get it but I already have too many cars & trucks taking up space.

https://offerup.com/item/detail/1105753738/

1992 Isuzu Amigo 4x4 with only 106,000 original miles. 1.8 liter engine (EFI) with 5 speed manual transmission. Runs but rough. Descent body with removable hardtop. Clean interior with no wear and tear in seats. Fun car to drive. Just needs some TLC!!! Need exhaust, brakes and engine diagnosis for rough idle and misfires. Will need to be hauled.


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Wow, if that was near me it might be gone!

Is he correct on calling that a 1.8? Looks just like a 2.6 to me. Not that 800 cc's of displacement would make it look different Lol
 

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Ed Mc. said:
Someone here should snap up this beautiful blue Amigo before it's gone! Just listed one hour ago!

I don't care what kind of mechanical work it needs, look at that body! And low miles to boot, here in Rust-Free PNW!!

I'd go get it but I already have too many cars & trucks taking up space.

https://offerup.com/item/detail/1105753738/

1992 Isuzu Amigo 4x4 with only 106,000 original miles. 1.8 liter engine (EFI) with 5 speed manual transmission. Runs but rough. Descent body with removable hardtop. Clean interior with no wear and tear in seats. Fun car to drive. Just needs some TLC!!! Need exhaust, brakes and engine diagnosis for rough idle and misfires. Will need to be hauled.


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Wow, he thinks it's a 1.8L!

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giusedtobe said:
Wow, if that was near me it might be gone!

Is he correct on calling that a 1.8? Looks just like a 2.6 to me. Not that 800 cc's of displacement would make it look different Lol
Not if I got there first. My first thought was he meant 2.8, not 1.8, just missed the correct key. But then I've never seen the 2.8 in a Gen. one Amigo. Either way, well worth the price.
 

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That is a beauty!!
PNW has some real gems eh
 

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That is a beauty!!
PNW has some real gems eh
Yep! We sure do! :mrgreen:

ANNNNNNDDDDDD..............it's SOLD! What a surprise!

Some lucky Bastid got it, maybe they'll end up at the Planet and we'll find out what the engine problem was.
 

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First: If it's a 4x4 Amigo (what was it '92?) it has to be a 2.6 (unless something was seriously swapped). My first thoughts were "typical offerup scam". Then I checked and she has over 100 positive transactions. Now, if it were down here in MY corner, It'd already be in my backyard (and the wife would be ticked)
The bar will only "fit" a first gen Rodeo, Amigo, or pickup. Trooper bars are completely different. Dennis
 
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Tentin said:
Yep that's definitely a 2.6 4x4. Good tires, snowflakes, brush guard, clean inside and out.... What a steal for whoever ended up with that
Maybe we'll get to meet the new owner. After all, this is probably the ONLY "go-to" site for it. :D

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Ed Mc. said:
Well, we know who got it, now. A POS "Flipper", trying to sell it for $3500:

https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/cto/ ... 24717.html
Can't blame a guy for trying to make a buck. Not a great look but the original owner was a knucklehead for selling it so cheap. Do not think this guy will get what he's asking for it, especially the "fixed" price.

Ed do you know if those center caps on the snowflakes are the same as the ones for the wheels below? They look the same.
 

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Ed Mc. said:
Ed do you know if those center caps on the snowflakes are the same as the ones for the wheels below? They look the same.
I'll answer for Ed. Yes, they're the same. I've pulled them off the flat spoke wheels and used them on snowflakes.

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Won't last, Denver guys, get moving.
 
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