Ever wanted a really small truck but think a Tacoma or Ranger is too big? Then today is your lucky day. Some evil genius took the time to convert a Geo Metro into a pickup truck thus giving you the Truccar. Find this 1993 Geo Met-Truck on Facebook Marketplace selling for a mere $2500 in Riverton, WY…now on ebay for almost $5k.
Geo was created as a division of Chevrolet and sold badged cars from 1989 to 2004. Geos were joint ventures between GM and either Suzuki, Toyota and Isuzu. The Geo Metro was based upon the Suzuki Cultus and may also be known as the the Suzuki Forsa, Suzuki Swift, Chevy Sprint, or Pontiac Firefly or depending on the whether it was sold in the US or Canada.
This generation of the Metro was built in Ingersoll, Ontario in a 50/50 collaboration between GM and Suzuki. It is powered by a tiny 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine that produces a grand total of 55 horsepower. It also gets about 55 mpg making it popular during times of high gas prices.
The specimen shown here has had its rear exposed to the elements to haul your oversized loads. The rear dualies provide extra carrying capacity in case you want to utilize the trailer hitch. Pick up this bad-boy and you can get your hauling business started.
From the seller:
This is a very unique vehicle. Its a 93 geo metro that has been converted into adually truck. Has really low miles for the year. I’m asking 2500 obo and would also entertain trades. It has a 3 speed automatic transmission that has zero issues. Pm if you have any other questions. Serious inquiries only. Will eventually need new back tires as they are bald and have a very slow leak. (50$ a piece).Riverton, WY
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