Originally Posted by Bob Miller
My Sunrader Adventure is one of less than 50 that were built between 1986 & 1988 and it was the only one built as a 1989 model. It is a 4 cylinder, 22RE, automatic and gets 16-19 MPG. Lots of pics on the link.
BTW: Didn't know about the Ranger versions, but I would still take a Toyota chassis over any U.S. chassis for those years. After 2000 is different, but not for the 80's
Both used that same rear wheel set-up... I would immediately have switched to a single wheel on a 9".
I had the pleasure of driving the Ford Scamp MH. It was a V6 stick shift. The layout was well thought out, solid and comfy. I only had two disappointments.. The shape was unscamplike (picture a small 5er on a truck)and...
I didn't have a place to store it at the time or it would have been refitted with all kinds of custom work including paint
, refreshed interior, and a 5.0L /5speed
As for the chassis?? Well let's just say they each have a proven track record and opinions vary.