Faster Than What? 1990 Isuzu Pickup

Sometimes you don’t need a fancy truck. It doesn’t need to have twin shocks or a supercharged twin-turbumalated V12. Sometimes, you just need a simple 4-cylinder powered truck with a manual gearbox and a simple bed cover. For those times, might I suggest a something that Isuzu badged as “Faster” in Japan but was simply called the “Pickup” in America. Find this 1990 Isuzu Pickup offered for $6,500 in Marysville, IN via facepick suzubook. Tip from FuelTruck.

From the seller:

1990 Isuzu p’up
About This Vehicle
Driven 76,000 miles
Manual transmission
Exterior color: White · Interior color: Grey
Fuel type: Gasoline
3+ owners
This vehicle is paid off
Clean title
This vehicle has no significant damage or problems.

Seller’s Description
This is one of the cleanest examples of this truck you will find. With only 76k miles, she’s been taken care of and has tons of life left. When these trucks were new, their reliability was on par with Toyota, some said they were even better. This truck has manual windows, no power steering, no AC, just the bare necessities to get work done without having to worry about a million things failing over time. With how beautifully simple this truck is, its hard to see much failing, and even when issues arise, this thing will be a piece of cake to work on. Just look at the engine bay. Tons of room to work and no nonsense in the way. Equipped with a 5 speed manual, you will never have to worry about typical automatic transmission failure. Not to mention, the pure bliss rowing through those gears. The clutch still works great and the shifter feels precise. It has new LED headlights and an upgraded Weber 32/36 carburetor

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