The dark horse of classic SUVs, this Pajero has an almost galactic amount of authentic cool. Sure, white paint with turquoise and pink stripes is radical, but ever peek at the other end of the spectrum? Black and orange, with blacked-out details but pure bright white wheels. Insanely unique.
Deep, gloss black with blacked-out bumpers, accented with a bright unbroken orange stripe, few vehicles could pull this look off. Uncommon fender-mounted mirrors leave the doors mirror-free. Factory original PTO winch along with yellow fog lights join the asymmetric ‘MMC’ grill up front. Around back you are greeted with the ‘Pajero Panther’ (I think I am making this up and there really is no ‘Pajero Panther’) with PAJERO above it’s leaping form, with 4WD MITSUBISHI underneath. Bright white 16 inch wheels wearing brand new BFGoodrich K02s complete the look. This is an atypical classic SUV.
‘Perfect’ describes the interior. Gray seats with black and orange details on the insides on all four seats, with front buckets and a rear bench. Note the embossed ‘TURBO’ on each of the front seats. The driver gets a Isringhausen suspension seat, with a note it’s licensed from the company in West Germany. If you don’t know what ‘West Germany’ means then you probably aren't an 80s kid. Dashboard is a classic layout, tachometer on the right, fuel and temperature gauges in the center, with speedometer and odometer (in kilometers) on the left inside the ‘pod’. Off to your left you get three separate gauges popping out of the center dashboard, with an oil pressure gauge, inclinometer, and voltmeter giving you a complete report of what this Pajero is up to. Air controls underneath this, with access to heat and functioning air conditioning. Lower still is the original tape player, in its original place since 1984. Original rubber ‘PAJERO’ mats, embossed in red, are present for each seat including the rear. Inside the glove box you’ll find the original owner’s manual. Between the front seats lies the manual transmission stick, 4WD engagement lever and PTO winch switch. Passenger seat tilts forward granting you access to the rear bench seat. As this is an early 80s design, there are no seatbelts for the rear passengers, just the seat itself. The rear seat folds forward giving you even more cargo space in the back.
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