Nicest One Left? 1989 Geo Metro LSi 5-Speed

We’ve seen a few Geo Metros here at Barn Finds, home of the dusty muscle car, and they sometimes go over well and sometimes not. Most have been convertibles so it’s a little unusual to find a regular ol’… more»

Clean Runabout: 1988 Suzuki Samurai

For years, the Suzuki Samurai was a cheap, off-road beater that was used for as long as its notoriously vulnerable body panels held together. Now, it’s become an actual collector’s item, snatched up from estate sales and local auctions… more»

Vintage 4WD: 1987 Suzuki Samurai

The Suzuki Samurai has the distinction of worldwide sales under nearly countless nameplates. It derived from a 4×4 made in 1967 by Hope Motors in Japan, called the ON360. Its primary virtue was offroad ability – other than that… more»

Gypsy Replica? 1988 Suzuki Samurai 4X4

This vehicle is a bit of an enigma. In 1981, India established Maruti Udyog Limited, in partnership with Suzuki, to import Japanese cars to India. The populace was yearning for reliable, cheap transportation, and Suzuki wanted to avoid India’s… more»

Water-Cooled Shed Find: 1972 Suzuki GT750J

Smoke ’em if you got ’em. Two-stroke blue smoke, that is, not tobacco. Anyone who is into vintage two-stroke, triple-cylinder, water-cooled dusty barn-find bikes, this is one for you. If you have a thing for huge projects, it wouldn’t… more»

Rare Imported SUV: 1972 Suzuki LJ20V

The LJ20 was a small, Jeep-like Japanese vehicle that was seldom seen in the U.S. It came about as the result of an acquisition made by Suzuki in 1970. This 1972 edition appears to be a low-mileage survivor that… more»

590 Miles! 1986 SUZUKI GSX-R1100

This 1986 Suzuki GSX-R1100 has an incredible engine that’s over 21 times bigger than most of my oddball motorcycle engines, that’s crazy. I need to kick it up a notch, apparently. The seller has three of these bikes listed on… more»

Nicest One Left? 1989 Suzuki Sidekick 4×4

I’m showing my age by saying that whenever I hear the word sidekick, I think of Ed McMahon. Everyone under 40 (50?)  just fell asleep, but hopefully a few of you know who I’m talking about. This 1989 Suzuki… more»

$6,000 Base Model? 1988 Chevrolet Sprint Metro

The very definition of bare bones, General Motors offered a version of the Suzuki Cultus in both Chevrolet and Geo form, in this case, it’s a 1988 Chevrolet Sprint Metro. The seller has this bottom-tier economy car listed here… more»

Tow Dinghy: 1989 Suzuki Samurai JL 4X4

As I ponder the ways I’d most enjoy leisurely traveling around the Country, one of those RV-type motor homes the size of a small bus with dual wheels on the back just might be my vehicle of choice for… more»

Resto-Modded Tin Top: 1987 Suzuki Samurai

A few days ago, I had flagged a clean Suzuki Samurai in Maine for writing up here on Barn Finds. Wouldn’t you know, the truck was gone within a few hours. It was a fair price but not a… more»

Right-Hand-Drive: 1992 Suzuki Cappuccino

No, it’s not a cup of coffee! The Cappuccino was a 2-seater roadster built by Suzuki in Japan from 1991-98. It was designed to meet Kei (microcar) standards for lower taxes and insurance in its homeland. The car weighs… more»

Clean Tin Top: 1985 Suzuki Samurai

Lately, I can’t help but notice that 1980s SUVs are among the hottest-selling collector cars at the moment. While some aspects of the collector car market are cooling, vintage SUVs have seemingly continued on unabated, and it’s not hard… more»

Samurai Survivor: 1990 Suzuki Samurai EFI

If you’re looking for a clean, mostly original Suzuki Samurai that’s been garage kept (and never been off road) in its 32 years, then look no further. The seller has been into Suzuki’s since the 90’s and says he… more»

Two-Stroke Beast: 1986 Suzuki RG500 Gamma

The seller says that this 1986 Suzuki RG500 Gamma has been in storage for the last eight years and is anything but stock, it’s been modified and ridden in anger. For any of you who have driven on just… more»

Stored 40 Years: 1975 Suzuki RE5 Rotary

You’ll have to help me think of a more unique motorcycle than this 1975 Suzuki RE5 rotary. Between a Japanese company, an engine with German heritage, and an Italian designer, they threw almost everything at this bike. The seller… more»