Suzuki Samurai Brochure ~1991

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Suzuki Samurai Brochure ~1991

Post by Tramp » Mon Jul 18, 2011 9:05 pm

right I have a few 410 brochures but I wanted one more to date with my SJ (late 92) so I ordered this off ebay, It details the samurai range in uk around 1991, I'd love to find a brochure with a samurai in with the same decals as mine, but I think they did full model range brochures after this rather than model specific brochures, I'll keep my eye out though and I hope you enjoy

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Back Page - Specifications
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I've had to resize all of these, so if any one wants the originals I can send the full resolution version
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Re: Suzuki Samurai Brochure ~1991

Post by Tramp » Tue Mar 19, 2013 11:02 pm

bollocks managed to remove all the old photos but uploading new ones is taking forever! I'll update this acordingly but my have to resize my images (on a personal note rememebr15-21)

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Re: Suzuki Samurai Brochure ~1991

Post by Tramp » Thu Mar 21, 2013 7:55 pm

:thumbup: Updated

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Re: Suzuki Samurai Brochure ~1991

Post by ScottieJ » Thu Mar 21, 2013 7:58 pm

Awesome! Thank you sir :doublethumbs:
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Re: Suzuki Samurai Brochure ~1991

Post by Jordi » Thu Mar 21, 2013 11:33 pm

Its that "more space, more comfort" that confused me. More space is a definate. Comfort? Did it have coils? Leather interior? Air con? Cruise control?

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Re: Suzuki Samurai Brochure ~1991

Post by Airinissima » Mon Nov 04, 2013 10:28 pm

Jordi wrote:Its that "more space, more comfort" that confused me. More space is a definate. Comfort? Did it have coils? Leather interior? Air con? Cruise control?
My dear, Samurai has:
- seats
- steering wheel
- cigar lighter and ash tray
- windows that can stay open or closed
- 2 outside mirrors
- a confortable handle for the front passenger
- a moving SPA during rainy winters, xpecially if you have a cabrio one

Isn't it full optional?
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Re: Suzuki Samurai Brochure ~1991

Post by Andrews » Thu Mar 05, 2015 10:26 pm

Hi Tramp , thanx for your recent advice on Helens samurai .
would you have the original design laden weights of a sj413 qbx soft top
Including Axle 1 axle 2 Gross Train and Towable Mass please ? It seems that might be on the last page of the brochure but the size goes blurry when I enlarge it ?
I will explain in due course , but as with most things on this truck its becoming a bit of a nightmare .
Thanx Ian and Helen :thumbup:

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Re: Suzuki Samurai Brochure ~1991

Post by 88SJ » Fri Mar 06, 2015 1:19 pm

Oh the Rhino Club...and the Rhino Rally was close to the highlight of each year back in the late 80s and early 90s. Massive UK gathering plus visitors from France, Belgium, Germany and of course the big cruise from Holland....those boys were nuts

Happy days...good to see the old brochures...thanks for posting it

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Re: Suzuki Samurai Brochure ~1991

Post by Rhinoman » Fri Mar 06, 2015 4:21 pm

88SJ wrote:Oh the Rhino Club...and the Rhino Rally was close to the highlight of each year back in the late 80s and early 90s. Massive UK gathering plus visitors from France, Belgium, Germany and of course the big cruise from Holland....those boys were nuts
Happy days...good to see the old brochures...thanks for posting it
I went to the Rhino rally at Tong a few times in the 00s. I bought my Vit in time for the 2000 rally but if I remember correctly it was cancelled due to foot and mouth.
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Re: Suzuki Samurai Brochure ~1991

Post by 88SJ » Fri Mar 06, 2015 6:00 pm

Rhinoman wrote:
88SJ wrote:Oh the Rhino Club...and the Rhino Rally was close to the highlight of each year back in the late 80s and early 90s. Massive UK gathering plus visitors from France, Belgium, Germany and of course the big cruise from Holland....those boys were nuts
Happy days...good to see the old brochures...thanks for posting it
I went to the Rhino rally at Tong a few times in the 00s. I bought my Vit in time for the 2000 rally but if I remember correctly it was cancelled due to foot and mouth.
They were near Salisbury on tank training territory when I used to go...fantastic weekend. Show for everyone...show and shine, general course to follow that was fairly tame with a few interesting bits and the odd mad hill to climb on descend and then a trials organised by the All Wheel Drive Club. If I remember correctly it was free as well..!!..

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