Suzuki Samurai Photo Gallery
1987 Suzuki Samurai Offroad Photo Gallery
Suzuki Samurai Offroad Photo Gallery
Brian's LTD comes with all the options, plus he's found a few things to add. He says it's an awesome SUV, off-road too, and he drives it like he stole it!
Jim's ride has many custom features including an extended wheelbase, roll cage, lengthened frame and more. Ready for anything, if he does get stuck there's always the 8000# winch...
Brad brings this bad Suzuki to us from BC, Canada and shows us that these little monsters can tackle a few rocks!
Brad doesn't say much about his ride, except it's trail ready!
Bubba bought this truck the year his son was born, and now 18 years later they've restored it together. Did a great job, too; looks good!
Craig's ride really does go anywhere he wants it to.
With a 10" stretch, 37" tires, full roll cage and much, much more, JD's ready to take on any little bump in the road. Uh; did I say "road"?
Johnny's Samauri might be 18 years old but seems more like that's in human years, with the fire engine red paint, mods and updates. Looks great, Johnny!
Oliver's added some features not shown in the picture, but the important thing we see here is he's not afraid to get down & dirty.
With 110,000 miles on it, Mark's "Camozuki" has done a lot of those on the trail with the Desert Ratz 4X4 club. A great way to beat - or at least enjoy - that Nevada heat.
Flexlarson and his bright yellow "Sammi" are always looking for people to wheel with in the Midwest.
Joe knows how to build a ride that will crawl.
John has tricked his "zook" out with a Buick power plant.
Meraux, LA is home to Max. This ride is not only good looking, but it looks like Bulldawg knows his way around the bayous of Louisiana.
This is more than Jared's toy. It another great example of readers, like Jared, who take the Suzuki Samurai and make it into an offroad ride that's likeable and impressive.
Greenville, NC is home to Greg's Samurai. With just the right amount of modifications and that "yellow with a tint of green" paint, this ride brings just the right formula for fun.
Cool, dependable, and fun to drive!
He's built this ride tough enough to climb just about anything.
John'll be adding a transfer case gearset when the bucks loosen up; otherwise he's pretty much set out on the "roads".
John bought this new, modified it in '93. Driven daily, it not only looks great, it's fast and reliable.
With the huge Dick Cepek Mud Country tires on 14" chrome rock crushers, Zuk's toy is just begging for some mud.
The best little climber you can get for the buck!