1993 Mitsubishi Pajero

Stock #5522

***This vehicle is in good structural condition but the engine has a bent valve and has lost compression. You must bring a trailer to pick up this Pajero or have it shipped

Beloved by our customer base for their off-road tenacity, serviceability, and head-turning style, this 1993 Pajero would make for one killer project SUV. Underpinned by a sturdy Super Select 4WD drivetrain, the mated 3.0 V6 sadly gave up the ghost and a new 6G72 would be required to get this darling rig roadworthy. Finished in Majorca Black (X56), the aesthetics are in fair shape for the vehicle's age and a Ralliart spare tire cover are a boon to this Pajero's desirability. There's some clearcoat fade, torn rubber seals and some light scratches and dings throughout but that does little to take away this 4x4's appeal. We also wanted to note the moonroof is sealed shut to prevent against unwanted water leaks. The next owner should feel good about the 76k chassis miles displayed, however, which are verified and documented. Swap it, rebuild it, or use it as a parts rig for another Pajero, this Mitsubishi would be a great project Japanese Classic!

This truck has great bones and it's evident by the interior. Save for some pilling on the tan cloth seats, the upholstery is in good shape overall and the dash covering is too, aside from a loose field monitor and and adhesive residue from the removal. The center stack frames functional OEM audio and an easy to use climate control unit. Power windows locks and mirrors all work as advertised aiding daily use, and pop-out rear windows are also on hand to let in a fresh breeze. The back seat can cram in two additional passengers as needed, and the driver gains access to a tilt adjustable steering column although the wheel itself shows some wear. The headliner is tight and tidy, and the carpets are in decent shape apart from a few stains. All in all, it should be an easy feat bringing this cabin back to its former glory.

In need of a new engine, the 6G72 has a bent valve and low compression. Fortunately, this powerplant was offered in plenty of our domestic offerings, making this one the perfect candidate for a swap! The accessories, lines, and engine block assembly is present in the vehicle and ready for removal. This Pajero is backed by a 4 speed automatic and Super Select 4WD. For off road or low traction scenarios, 4WD low can be engaged alongside a center locking differential. The OEM height adjustable suspension is functional and useful for excursions off the beaten path, and the brakes are up to spec too. The alloys are wrapped in good Yokohama snow tires that have plenty of tread left. This truck has great bones, is in great structural condition, and will have no issues passing state safety inspection once she's up and running!

*California Residents: In order to register a Grey Market vehicle in the state of California then it will have to be made CARB compliant first. CARB certifications will have to be performed within the state. Depending on the vehicle and any existing modifications will affect the pricing. Typically CARB compliance will range between 5-10K. Additional information can be found on the California Air Resources Board website.

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