mported personally from Japan, Hand picked and Driven: Super Low Mileage 12k.
1992 JDM Fed Legal Mazda Bongo Dually 2wd, Manual 5 Speed, 1.5L 4 cylinder engine, 20k kilometers/12k miles Pickup Truck. Payload of 3,300lbs can be put in the bed of the truck. 3 Seater
These are great little work trucks, bed sides fold down and can be removed easily, can hold 3 people. Cab over truck makes for a great turning radius. Inside Bed size 94"long 60.5"wide
Truck is real clean, front bumper is rusty and the roof has a faded spot on it as pictured.
We Import JDM Cars and have a yard in Japan, i personally travel to Japan and hand pick vechicles for importation. We cut out all the middle men and offer cheaper prices cause of this when dealing direct.
Questions. Have other random cars/trucks in Stock.
The Mazda Bongo, also known as Mazda E-Series, Mazda Access, and the Ford Econovan, was a cabover van and pickup truck manufactured by the Japanese automobile manufacturer Mazda since 1966. It has been built with rear-, middle-, as well as front-mounted engines. It also formed the basis for the long running Kia Bongo range. It is named for the African Bongo, a type of antelope.
The Bongo was redesigned in 1983 with new engines. It was also sold by Ford in Asia as the "Spectron" (passenger version) or as the "J80" (cargo model). In Australia, the Bongo was sold by Mazda as the E-series, with Ford also retailing the commercial version as the "Ford Econovan" and the passenger version as the "Ford Spectron" (1983-1990). From 1994 onwards, the Bongo was also sold by Nissan as the Vanette. In South Korea this was built as the Kia Wide Bongo. In South Africa this was sold as the Ford Spectron.