Hello, All. Well, I saw this show up at a local salvage yard the other day, and thought it was pretty cool. So, I talked to a guy that just bought/imported a Suzuki 4x4 and after talking with him, I looked at it again. I'm a sucker, I towed it home.... Tracked down previous owner at a local nursery, he said it hadn't run in several years now and I was hoping to find the owners/workshop manuals with him; NOT... He also didn't have much info either, just a "good luck with it and I'm glad it went too someone and not the crusher".... kinda stuff. Well, I like a challenge. I play around with older Honda motorcycles, Wisconsin air cooled engines, air cooled Volkswagens and other small engine stuff... So, this shouldn't be to much of a challenge to get going, almost everything is there.... Only missing fuel filter and air filter cover plate.Well, besides the glass being broken out. Tells me someone was trying to get it going at some point before being pushed aside too the boneyard. I'm hoping they were just not a good mechanic... But, unlike all the other things I work on, I can't find the shop and owners manuals online in PDF files. So, I will be asking some of you for that info to pass along. If you have it. At first, I'll need the basic tune up specs. to check points, plugs, fuel pump out put and to fill cooling system and fluids before fire up. It has had the speed control fuel pump shutdown mech. at trans disconnected and the clip pulled in the transfer case, for I can pull the D/N shifter up all the way vertical into what I would think is high gear.. Yes, I have been lurking on the forum for any info on this thing. From what I can tell it is a seventh gen. Daihatsu S80LP-DRK . EB550cc engine 4speed. The vin number is *JDA000S8000308195* The date on the seat belts is 1991. I like old stuff, I like to get old stuff going/running again and I have to much old stuff. I should stay out of the salvage yard. But. it's so much fun and cool stuff there.. Well, there you have it; I'm an older guy with older stuff and need your help in getting this ol' gal going again. So, if you happen to have the shop manual or any manuals in PDF file on this thing (S80), please PM me and I'll give you my email info. I'm looking forward to hear what you folks have to say about my find. Yes, it is rough, but you don't need much for cruzing around the industrial park, it will give my CT70HKO a break.... Sorry guys and gals no pictures the files are to large for sever to process; what ever that means.. And I'm good with my hands not computers... I don't have a clue how to shrink a file.. It's only 2.6MB JPEG Images. Any clues???