He called them it was running hot. It is not unusual to find a high mileage Luv that has a drive train in perfect working order, but some to have a frame broken in half from rust. If the smoke persists, you might also need to check your piston for damages or holes. The truck was repainted and graphics were added over a 4 year restoration period from 2011 to 2017. Just because it had super low mileage everyone thinks it should be displayed in a museum. A quick fix could be done by putting a piece of electrical tape on the wire to keep it from moving. True a very simple truck, but loads of fun to drive.
The title is listed as rebuilt. The truck has had fuse box to new rebuilt electrical alternator etc. Do not use other kinds of tape, as they will just loosen up again. I would buy it and act like it was 1980 all over again. I remember a company I used to work for had a fleet of Isuzus, some were gas, others were diesel. Power was up to 80 hp 60 kW for 1977, and sales continued to rise. The body shop had one in for repairs, when they had it ready, the owner came got it drove it home some 15 miles or so away.
The seller says the only non-original items are the gas in the tank and the rear bumper, which was a dealer-installed option but the seller repainted silver. The crop of small, rebadged pickups from this era were tough little workhorses, even if fuel efficiency was their primary goal. Also selling As Is where is With No Warranty Implied Or Expressed. Replace it immediately to get rid of the smoke. Its hard to believe the owner died and no one did anything to it for 43 years, but the worlds a strange place. You can tell from the pictures that this truck has received a lot of love both inside and out. I have no title for the truck and thats how I bought it when bought it of my dads estate but truck will be sold with a bill of sale.
Every now and then, a car company presents a peculiar vehicle that is briefly produced but somehow unforgettable. While a smoke show may look alarming to you, it is usually caused by a small but essential part of your vehicle. It is still under construction but it runs and everything works. The truck features either a gasoline or diesel engine. That meant the introduction of the light pickup truck in the Colombian market, in a package that included a 1. The knocking noise, however, could be caused by a loose mechanical oil pump. When this happens, you should bring your vehicle to the technician, so that they can perform a compression test and find out the cause of the smoke.
You pay and you drive it. They were so unprepared for such turn of events that their only way to respond immediately to the small pickup craze was to import trucks from Japanese automakers, rebadge them, and sell these trucks as their own. The diminutive truck's name is an acronym that stands for light utility vehicle, and it proved to be a useful and economical ride. It had been with that owner from 1984 up until currently. What's wrong with my brake lights? That version was also sold unofficially in the as an alternative to the domestic Rodeo in pickup and commercial vehicles dealers. Chevy wont buy it for their museum because its really an Isuzu , and who knows if Isuzu has the money to buy it! I have no title for the truck and thats how I bought it when bought it of my dads estate but truck will be sold with a bill of sale. The truck has a new set of 6 ply tires on it with less than 1,000 to 1400 miles.
My guess would be somebody bought it new and then died, or forgot about it due to an unfortunate medical condition. We are spoiled today with our fancy trucks. Inside is a completely restored Mikado interior. One that has not been used. My Dad bought one of these new and when the tin worm got beyond his ability to treat gave it to my brother. It was powered by a 1. You just need to tighten the pump, and check if it will still make a noise.
It is good that you've filled it immediately. The diesel ones were horrible. Bring out your owner's manual, and look where the oil ring is located. The truck has had fuse box to new rebuilt electrical alternator etc. I wonder why this is happening. But this one looks pretty good for just being neglected so maybe not. Under the hood was the same 1.
. There might also be a problem with the wiring or the switch; they might also need replacement apart from the bulbs. I thought everything was okay until one night, I got flagged again. Looks like someone got drunk and wondered into a Chevy dealer circa 1980. It has always had synthetic oil ran in it; grade 15w50 since my dad put a new motor in it in the late 80's. The wrecker was sent out, brought it back in. Dad had crudely fiber glassed the floors to pass inspection.
I am selling this Truck as is with no returns or refunds due to the age of the truck. The world is indeed a strange place! At the start, the versions assembled were the K-26 and K-28. Love it my dad bought one of these when we moved to the states from Brazil. Also selling As Is where is With No Warranty Implied Or Expressed. Body shop failed to replace the coolant. A new Mikado trim package was also offered. I would have loved to have had one.
It is a trusted vehicle in many countries for light-duty construction. There is a badge indicating that on the passenger side dashboard. In total, more than 220. Not bad for 75 year old rigs. My trusty truck turned into a smoke machine last week. Engine still ran, so he drove it carefully to the salvage yard for scrap.