This 1991 Mitsubishi Jeep J53 is a RHD 4×4 that was imported from Japan by the seller six months ago and is thought to have had two prior owners. Power is supplied by a turbocharged 4DR6 diesel engine paired with a 4-speed manual gearbox. Mitsubishi secured the rights to build the Willys CJ3B under their own name beginning in 1954, and continued producing it through 1998. The black paint on this example is said to exhibit a nice overall shine, but some touch-ups are noticeable and there is some fading and cracking in the gold decals. Front buckets and side-facing jump seats are covered in brown vinyl with tan plaid inserts. Gauges are said to function as they should along with interior lights and other accessories, though the Mitsubishi radio receives only an AM signal. Power is from a 4DR6 turbodiesel four which is said to start quickly and idle well. The seller states the MHI turbo spools up quickly and the transmission shifts crisply during brief test drives. No service records from the vehicle's time in Japan are available, but the seller indicates that the oil was changed immediately after its arrival in the US. The J53 is equipped with part-time four-wheel-drive with a manually-engaged transfer case and front axle. Suspension components are believed to remain stock. Underbody photos show the general condition of the drivetrain and floors. Vehicle will be in our showroom within the week. Call Jon at 480-703-2337 with any questions. The vehicle will be receiving a full buff and detail and better photos will be taken and uploaded.