Geo Tracker

Recent Articles #1

The Trophy Tracker
The Trophy Tracker

The Trophy Tracker

Filed in Geo Tracker by on September 5, 2017 • views: 729

This tracker is small, nimble, and unique. The fab work is topnotch and mounted up on 37s. The small engine is at its limit when the Tracker is loaded with three people’s gear and trying to haul down the highway, but off-road the gearing makes it crawl like a champ. Nonetheless we have a feeling […]

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Recent Articles #2

Chunks’ 1991 Geo Tracker
Chunks' 1991 Geo Tracker

Chunks’ 1991 Geo Tracker

Filed in Geo Tracker by on April 29, 2017 • views: 1026

  This 1991 Geo Tracker was found online for sale by Grant (Chunk) Peterson. The first thing that catches your eye is the aggressive look and large tires. There’s something about the look of a stock Tracker that makes it look to much like a car, and very little like an off-road vehicle. However, this […]

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Suzuki e-Survivor – Samurai of The Future views: 2

Suzuki has gone back to the future with its latest off-road SUV. The automaker, who stopped selling cars in the United States in 2013, has unveiled the e-Survivor concept truck, which blends the old school simplicity of the Samurai with the two-seat targa-topped style of the oddball X-90. The e-Survivor is electric, of course, with […]

Suzuki Swift Outlaw 4×4 views: 678

Some cars have names that make you want to laugh whenever you hear them. The Ford Probe comes to mind; is it named after the noun or the verb…? If you think the Proton Gen-2 sounds like a penguin, you’re not the only one. And as for the Mitsubishi Carisma – could it be the […]

1979 Suzuki LJ81 Micro-Overlander views: 1251

This 1979 Suzuki LJ81 is owned by Joe and Dana Marshall who run Mule Expedition Outfitters in Washington State. They refer to it as their micro overlander, a fitting name given its size and modifications. The 1979 LJ81 was a pickup produced by Suzuki, and was based on the SJ20 model that preceded the SJ30 Samurai. They […]

1995 Sidekick 4-Door Daily Driver views: 2931

Looking for an economical family adventure vehicle that gets 20-25 MPG? This 1995 Suzuki Sidekick 4-door was built to be just that. The vehicle was purchased for $3,700 with 70,000 miles on it. It was then lifted with Old Man Emu OME962 springs in the front, which are actually designed for the front of a 1999+ Grand […]