1989 Mitsubishi Delica Star Wagon Chamonix Turbodiesel 4×4 5-Speed
Selling my 1989 Mitsubishi Delica Star Wagon Chamonix is a right-hand-drive pop-top camper van.
The van is finished in grey with gold lower cladding and a white pop-top roof over grey cloth upholstery and power is supplied by a 2.5-liter turbodiesel inline-four mated to a five-speed manual transmission and a dual-range transfer case.
The clutch assembly, release cylinder, and rear main engine seal were replaced in June 2021, while the air conditioning was recharged with R134a refrigerant in preparation for the sale.
Equipment includes a limited-slip differential, a front brush guard, yellow-tinted foglights, an aftermarket rear bumper, a JVC CD stereo, air conditioning, flat-folding bench seats, and locking front hubs. This Delica Chamonix is offered with a camping grille, service records from current ownership, and a clean Washington title in my name.
Black-finished 16″ steel wheels are wrapped in 235/85 General Grabber AT2 tires. The van is equipped with locking front hubs.
The cabin features seats upholstered in patterned grey cloth along with black Chamonix-script carpets. Amenities include front bucket seats with embroidered backrests, a JVC CD stereo, air conditioning, and power windows and locks. The inclinometer mounted in the center of the dashboard is inoperable.
The van features seating for eight with flat-folding second and third-row benches and a removable second-row jump seat. The rear passenger area is equipped with heat and air conditioning controls along with a custom-built rear stove drawer and window curtains. The rear overhead reading light is non-functional. A tear on the second-row bench, repairs on the backside of the passenger bucket seat, additional pop-top straps, and a wood sliding door panel are captured in the gallery below.
A two-spoke steering wheel frames a 160-km/h speedometer and a tachometer. The six-digit odometer indicates 139k kilometers (~87k miles), approximately 10k of which were added by me.
The intercooled 2.5-liter turbodiesel inline-four is equipped with an aluminum radiator. The air conditioning system was recharged with R134a refrigerant and the condenser was replaced along with the drier in preparation for the sale, while an engine oil flush was performed in June 2021. The turbocharger was also replaced during current ownership.
Power is delivered to all four wheels via a five-speed manual transmission with a dual-range transfer case and a limited-slip rear differential. The clutch assembly, release cylinder, and rear main seal were replaced in July 2021 by Automotive Artistry of Lacy, Washington, and the flywheel was also resurfaced. Additional underside photos are available in the gallery below, along with receipts from the aforementioned work.
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