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Pictures of the elusive Autozam

Discussion in 'Autozam' started by Timetripper, Nov 4, 2008.

  1. Timetripper

    Timetripper Moderator

    This was being sold as a Mazda Scrum so I downloaded the pictures and was looking at
    them and noticed it was actually a Autozam not a Scrum.

    And since the Autozam section is the leanest forum [1 thread] on minitrucktalk
    here are some pictures of the elusive critter.
    And a 100% increase in the thread count. :pop:

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  2. Acerguy

    Acerguy Moderator Staff Member

    Way to go! Hey, who wouldn't want to drive around in a truck that says "Autozam"?

    Sort of like the old Batman cartoons. "Pow!" "Bam!" "Autozam!" :D
  3. Timetripper

    Timetripper Moderator

    I was kindo thinking about redoing the grill to say ..... "Shazam!" after the old cartoon charactor.
  4. jtpc

    jtpc Member

    :D sounds tempting, but I just don't think I could pull off the 'shazam'.
  5. MiniBrutes

    MiniBrutes Member

    Scrum is written the side doors.
  6. MiniBrutes

    MiniBrutes Member

    Let me clarify.

    AutoZam is a Scrum. Mazda is a Scrum, Mazda is Autozam.

    No differentiation. There really shouldnt be 2 separate forums. Not that its a big deal though.

    The Autozam designation is seen on the front of the 91 and down DB51T style units. On the 92 and up units, you do not see the Autozam designation. Instead, there is an oddball emblem that I guess is autozam. We have had several Mazda / Scrum / Autozam units. The freezer van on our site is an "autozam" style. You can clearly see SCRUM on the doors.

    I will see if I have a pic of one of the other ones with the goofy front badge.

    That being said, anyone wanna pay me way too much money for an Autozam filler plate? Lol.
  7. maglight

    maglight Member

    My 90 Suzuki Carry looks identical to that truck except in the black on the center of the grill it says SUZUKI. I have carry 660cc stickers on both doors and an AutoZam sticker on the back bumper.
  8. Colonel1

    Colonel1 New Member

    Hmm! I guess I have an AutoZam then. When I bought it, it was advertised as a Suzuki mini truck, I thought it was a Carry, then I saw the Scrum sticker, so I thought it was a Mazda made by Suzuki, then I saw the AutoZam stickers on the window and the front and thought nothing of it until I saw the AutoZam section here on the forum list. Now I'm even more confused than ever before...lol!
  9. MiniBrutes

    MiniBrutes Member

    As I said earlier..... It's all the same.

    It is made by Suzuki and rebadged.

    Just call it a Suzuki Carry when it comes to parts and you will be fine.

  10. BubbaScrum

    BubbaScrum New Member

    I recently purchased a 1994 Autozam Scrum, same as a Suzuki carry just rebadged. I have the owners manual in glove box as well. Says autozam scrum on it. My truck label states it as a Dk51t and I have ordered all DD51T (Suzuki carry) parts and they have all been the right parts
    Last edited: Feb 18, 2018
  11. fmartin_gila

    fmartin_gila Well-Known Member

    Mine was originally registered in Japan as a 2002 Mazda Scrum, is now registered in the Philippines as a 2014 Suzuki CarryVan. The ID plate under the seat shows Suzuki so it was merely rebadged as a Mazda(still has the Mazda emblem on front). Seems as if there was a lot of cross-breeding back in the day.

  12. matt167

    matt167 Active Member

    Lots of cross badging. The Carry was also sold in Taiwan as a Ford Pronto
  13. GatorTaker

    GatorTaker New Member

    Hey all. Just got a 1993 Autozam Scrum mini truck. 1993_Autozam_Scrum.JPG

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