1982 Jeep Wagoneer
183,000 miles. runs, starts, works great!
Jeep is mechanically sound - strong engine, does not leak inside or out, does not burn oil.
4x4 works, has tow-package, manual locking hubs, has switch for fog lights (lights never installed), manual fuel pump switch (must be turned on & off during start up & shut down), heat works great, has radio but needs to be hooked up, rear window is original manual not automatic.,.. also comes w/ additional rear trunk side window, gallon of black tuck bed coating (was planning on doing this to the trunk) & Haynes Manual.
I also have all receipts from the day I bought the truck up to now.
I bought this as a restoration project & no longer have the time for it. I have done the following work to it:
- Rebuilt Engine (this was done by previous Owner)
- Rebuilt tranny & new torque converter (this was done about 2,000 miles ago from AAMCO)
- New Starter
- New Headlights
- New Front & Rear Bumpers
- New Push Bar
- New Battery (just dropped it in 2 weeks ago)
- Added tow package
- Replaced Distributor cap & wires (about 300 miles ago)
- MSD Ignition (from previous owner)
- Replaced Carburetor w/ Holley Carb
- Replaced Fuel Tank Sender (Fuel gauge was not reading, now works fine)
- New Rubbers @ All Windows & Swipes
- New Blue Paint Job (I paid a local guy to do the body prep, I've seen better, but, it doesn't look that bad). Paint has a small rust bubble on the right rear fender about the size of a quarter
Interior needs some TLC (also refer to pictures):
- Crack in dashboard
- Radio installed but not hooked up
- Some tint residue left on windows
- Previous owner replaced front bench seat w/ (2) bucket seats - nothing wrong w/ the new seats, just a personal preference
- Needs better front seat belts
- Plastic round speedometer/odometer covers on drivers side dash loose or missing
- Rear side panels in trunk were taken off by previous owner to upgrade radio & never re-installed, you can buy a kit for these panels for around $130 on websites like BJ Offroad, JC Whitney, Team Wagoneer, etc
- Needs spare tire (I have a rim for it)
- Carpet needs some re-gluing in rear
I put appx $6500 into this car to bring it up to where it is now & have done by research on vehicles in similar condition (plus or minus) which go between $2000 & $6000, so, I feel that my price is somewhat appropriate, but, I am very negotiable & will consider any reasonable/serious offer.
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