New Member , Mark

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New Member , Mark

Postby markok » Wed Jul 03, 2019 12:14 am

Hello , My name is Mark I live in Washougal,WA . Almost 10 years ago I purchased a 1989 Isuzu Pickup , 4x4 S regular cab ,Gas ,2.6 for my teenaged son David . He actually came up with the money but I talked him into buying it . He wasn't to keen on the idea of a 20 year old truck but i convinced him that these Isuzu's are great little trucks . Well we took it home and its been his daily driver through high school ,college and several years in the work force . He has purchased a newer truck and I told him not to just sell this truck on Craigslist as this is where the enthusiasts are . So now Ive got it and am going to offer it up for sale soon . I would like to see it go to a real Isuzu fan but if no takers its gonna go on "bring a trailer" auction later this summer .
the truck is in fantastic shape , original everything , and it is in very very good condition . Everything works as designed and we have maintained it well with complete records since we acquired it at 35K miles . It now has 126K but runs great . It has AC , 5spd, 2.6l engine FI, 4x4. Factory bed liner and mud flaps, and the Isuzu factory am fm cassette player. I love this little truck but honestly it to small for my truck need s as I need to tow.
I just put on new shocks and a new exhaust tail pipe and muffler . Tires are 65% as are the brakes , just did the plugs ,oil, and filters ,fuel and oil .
this truck has no rust ,no tears, . We have run Mobile one synthetic oil since 35k miles . The engine is clean and valves get adjusted every 30k.
So any ideas on how sell it ? let me know I am not going to give it away as I think it will bring a good price due to its beautiful condition.I don't think you will find one in better original condition.
Thanks for reading

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Re: New Member , Mark

Postby puttputtinpup » Wed Jul 03, 2019 4:50 am

Welcome to the site. That's too bad you're selling it. Keep it around for a grandkid's 1st vehicle

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Re: New Member , Mark

Postby JoeIsuzu » Wed Jul 03, 2019 6:08 am


Welcome to the site. If you're not already a member there, you may want to join the forum as well. That crowd seems to really have an appreciation for the 2.6L gas burner.


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Re: New Member , Mark

Postby Halden » Wed Jul 03, 2019 11:25 am

Welcome aboard. That is one clean truck!!

It's not pronounced "Ih-soo-zoo", it's pronounced "It-screws-you"
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