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1993 SUZUKI CAPPUCCINO 660cc turbo


Year: 1993
Model: CAPPUCCINO 660cc turbo
Mileage: 151,000
Trans: 5 speed manual
Colour: Red
Price: $8,700

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This 1993 Suzuki Cappuccino 660cc turbo was sold at USS Tokyo on 14 May 2020 for 289,000 YEN FOB, which would be equivalent to approx. $8,700 complied plus on road costs (@ 69 Yen to the dollar) under the 25 Year Rule for Australia. Auction report indicated faded paint and other issues. This price should be used as a guide as prices naturally vary over time depending on condition, kms, specification level, supply, demand, exchange rates and other factors. Please note that this vehicle is an EXAMPLE only and is not available for sale. It is intended to provide a good indication of prices at the date listed. We can source for import another 1993 Suzuki Cappuccino 660cc or other collector cars directly from Japan - simply contact us to discuss the specific vehicle you are looking for and current pricing. To see what's available and research prices you can browse past and upcoming Japanese auction vehicles of any model and add yourself to our free email auction alerts trial.

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