- May 19, 2011
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- Chicago, Illinois
Even at mid 20's it would make a good delivery truck or farm chore truck if offered in 4 wheel drive. Would be interesting to know the particulars. Who would have guessed the mini trucks would have had a following. Can not even drive them on the road here. But still I see one occasionally. Golf courses, ball parks, small farms and such.If it hit our shores it wouldn't be $9000 anymore, price would probably be somewhere in the mid 20's
That's where my old neighbor good his pair from. Sold one and kept the other. He got them for a song, and made a decent take in the one he sold. There is one in the town I over in last year, mopar guy, but I never got around to asking him where he got it. It's got a plate, can't recall if it's a recreational tag for atvs or a regular plate. Almost bigger than the Mini Cooper pickup in the same town, definitely taller!But still I see one occasionally. Golf courses
Kinda of like how the construction guys have a side by side to bounce from area to area when they redo a residential area. Very useful in that role.I see some of the Japanese mini trucks around here. A farmer I know has one, mitsubishi powered, 4wd, this one is older so it's carbureted. It will get towed to a field if the equipment is going to be left there.