emo 87 Suzuki Alto Works RSR 4WD

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23 Dec 2011 19:10 #12085

Hello K car fans,

I am the proud owner of a 87 Suzuki Works RSR 4WD. This was the first most powerfull K car of it's time.
Only a few hunderd were made of this model. Even in Japan it is very rare. It took me a long time to find one.
After a long journey on a vessel it is in Europe now. It needs minor attention to restore it to early glory. Please follow the restoration proces by visiting my photoalbum. I keep you informed by uploading photos here.

http://gallery.me.com/mspoelstra/100135/Works1


1968 Suzuki Fronte LC50, 1984 Suzuki Coupe SC10GX, 1987 Suzuki Alto Works RSR, 1994 Suzuki Cara, 1995 Suzuki Cappuccino EA11, Suzuki Swift SA130 Mk1 Cabrio prototype
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24 Dec 2011 10:16 #12090

:thumb:

Looking really good there! Is the engine tilted as forward as the engine bay picture suggests?


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24 Dec 2011 10:22 #12091

Looks great Marcel.  A very worthy addition to your collection I'd say  :thumb:

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24 Dec 2011 10:35 #12092

Hello Emily, Andy,

The car belonged to a Japanese enthousiast. It has been parked in the garage for a long time.  Chassis, paint and stickers and even the interieur are still original.  It needs a good wash and polish.

I drove the car from the Ferry in Rotterdam to Amsterdam. Same performance like the Cappuccino but it has much more room space and even 4wd drive.  :smile: next summe I can take my family for a drive. :thumb:


1968 Suzuki Fronte LC50, 1984 Suzuki Coupe SC10GX, 1987 Suzuki Alto Works RSR, 1994 Suzuki Cara, 1995 Suzuki Cappuccino EA11, Suzuki Swift SA130 Mk1 Cabrio prototype

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24 Dec 2011 17:49 #12101

Looks very cool! Only ever seen the later shape ones so yours will be ultra rare!



oil and filter change *16/01/10 *27/08/10 *06/11/10 *16/04/11 *17/12/11 *17/03/12
Timing belt and tensioner and Alternator belt change 11/06/11

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25 Dec 2011 09:45 #12104

Hello guys,

As promised photos in a new public album

http://www.mijnalbum.nl/Album=38O6SCYH

First photo of a Works in Europe



The original wheels that will be polished



The original sheets before chemical cleaning



Carpet remove for cleaning, and car floor show no rost



How can you forget which model it is?



More photos in my album

http://www.mijnalbum.nl/Album=38O6SCYH


1968 Suzuki Fronte LC50, 1984 Suzuki Coupe SC10GX, 1987 Suzuki Alto Works RSR, 1994 Suzuki Cara, 1995 Suzuki Cappuccino EA11, Suzuki Swift SA130 Mk1 Cabrio prototype

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25 Dec 2011 12:09 #12106

wow that looks great. Love those seats!!

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20 Feb 2012 22:14 #12602

Hey

The car looks great. Did you source the car yourself from Japan?

Cheers

Rich

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06 Mar 2012 20:36 #12827

Hello Rich,

Yes I found this ultra rare Alto Works myself on the internet.
The restoration is almost finished.
Looking for another project....and I found another extreme rare Suzuki... ;)
But I will not disclose what this is yet... ::)

Here are the latest photos of the Works





And a video clip of my father driving the first time in the Works

http://youtu.be/aUVSGREArOs


1968 Suzuki Fronte LC50, 1984 Suzuki Coupe SC10GX, 1987 Suzuki Alto Works RSR, 1994 Suzuki Cara, 1995 Suzuki Cappuccino EA11, Suzuki Swift SA130 Mk1 Cabrio prototype
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07 Mar 2012 12:49 #12830

8)

Looking good


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