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Canadian owner locations

Discussion in 'Mini Truck Spottings' started by Subaru, Sep 7, 2008.


Canadian Locations

  1. Western Canada

    96 vote(s)
  2. Central Canada

    29 vote(s)
  3. Eastern Canada

    41 vote(s)
  1. fargodave67

    fargodave67 New Member

    I'm in St.Walburg, Sk and there are 5 Mini trucks in our area . 2 are town utility vehicles.
  2. steviewonder77

    steviewonder77 New Member

    I'm in Sault Ste Marie.Ont

    The 1995 Suk is running around 51 MILES to the gallon,,,gotta love it:D

    Lots of trails around here to put it to the test,,,so far alls good
  3. Kitty

    Kitty Member

    Vancouver BC.

    Owned my 1990 Subaru Sambar for a total of two days now. :eek:
  4. Petrnoe

    Petrnoe New Member

    Just picked mine up from the CN rail yard yesterday. 1992 Mitsu. dump, 4spd manual. Super clean and have been pulled over twice already by the cops who are really curious.
    Any idea where the vin number is on the truck?
  5. fupabox

    fupabox Active Member

    under the passenger seat....how are you driving around already ?did it come with canadian registration ?....my second mini (1991 mitsubishi) is at the same railyard,I have to pick it up monday:)
  6. longview

    longview Member

    another one from ONTARIO

    ORANGEVILLE ONTARIO checking in....93 Subaru Sambar...;)
  7. kickdog

    kickdog New Member

    Got one here

    Provost Alberta, use mine for checking oil wells. Works great
  8. anthill

    anthill Member

  9. Gotrek

    Gotrek Member

    Hi new here
    Stomping grounds: London Ontario
    I am working on acquiring a 1994 Diahatsu Atri van
  10. EchoVictor

    EchoVictor New Member

    There is no option for Arctic Canada!

    In Inuvik, NWT, I have seen the following that I am pretty sure are owned by residents:
    1. my own green 1994 Subaru Domingo
    2. a black Mitsubishi Delica. Nice guy, talked to me about insurance problems
    3. at least one tan Toyota Land Cruiser, possibly more (There's another obviously rebuilt and well maintained red Land Cruiser, but I think it's LHD)
    4. a white Honda Acty pickup that lived down by the Forestry Department base in the summer, and may still be there camouflaged as a snow bank ;)
    Four mini trucks/vans in a community of less than 3,500 people ain't bad!
    Last edited: Jan 9, 2011
  11. Stuff99

    Stuff99 Active Member Staff Member

    lol not bad at all!
  12. FiveOneOh

    FiveOneOh Member

    BC Sambar here :)
  13. EchoVictor

    EchoVictor New Member

    Aklavik, NWT: spotted a Honda Acty SDX 4WD pickup with its tail in a snowbank.
  14. copeina

    copeina Member

    First reply from Winnipeg!

    Just purchased a 92 Hijet in Calgary and drove it home. 19 hours!! Girlfriend and mother have affectionately named it "Baby Truck".

    My summer car is an old Type 3 VW and it gets lots of looks, but Baby Truck draws a crowd at every stoplight! Fun!

  15. bumbo

    bumbo New Member

    Hi everybody, I am in Thornhill Ontario. Wish to meet up with those who drives a Samba with an EN07 engine. Ours is a 1994 Subaru Samba Combi. Wanted to look into your engine bay to compare if we are missing any parts. She runs well except the choke doesn't seems to work at cold start. Thanks.
    905 669-6513
  16. 83choochoo

    83choochoo New Member

    hi im from halifax nova scotia and i drive a 1990 hi jet 4x4.
    Last edited: Jun 29, 2011
  17. snap_stu

    snap_stu New Member

    Another pegger here, got a sea can in form japan and went with the 95 sambar!
  18. bumbo

    bumbo New Member

    Welcome, Snap Stu. Do u mind to take a few pics of the carb linkage area of the engine bay? I just wanted to know what I am missing in that area. Thanks. Henry
  19. rst277

    rst277 Member

    How did I miss this thread?? In Winnipeg, MB. I have a 92 S83p 5spd which is my regular work truck and a 91 S83p 4spd I'm working on. I don't know about "baby truck" there copiena! Mine is "Hibachi" - small, simple and effective. (though Hibachi literaly translated means fire bowl, so I hope to avoid that!) The new truck is so far "deuce" though my wife is calling it skippy (no idea why) and my daughter is calling it her truck.
    Last edited: Aug 8, 2011
  20. EchoVictor

    EchoVictor New Member

    Inuvik, NWT: Spotted a green Daihatsu Hi-Jet pickup, with snowplow, on tracks... at the mechanic for some suspension work.

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