Ad Source: Direct
Location: Dayton, Ohio
Asking Price: Make Offer
- Model Year: 1987
- Odometer: 220,000
- Engine: 360
- Transmission: 727
- Seller Type: Private Owner
- Contact: Jessica Ragno
- Phone: (937) 510-4902
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer 4×4 with 220,xxx miles, located in SW Ohio. There are enough spare parts that go with this vehicle to fill the jeep along with 3 extra rims with center caps.
Motor is the amc 360 that was rebuilt, bored .30 over, new internals, only 600mi on the motor. Holley 650 carb installed. New exhaust setup. Transmission was refreshed by us with new seals and springs. 4×4 works wonderfully, this is a running, driving, and stopping vehicle. Tons of fun.
We have replaced the floor pans from the firewall to the back deck. Then lined the interior for added protection while we decided on what carpet to purchase but never did. Replaced the skid plate protecting the gas tank since the previous was rusted and dented. All seals and fluids for axles have been replaced. New brakes all around and tires replaced as well with only 600mi on them.
Center console is a working fridge/hot box for all the adventure needs. We do still have the center jump seat if you wish to have it reupholstered and put back in.
Headliner was replaced using outdoor fabric, so it has water resistance and fading resistance as well. We do still have the center jump seat if you wish to have it reupholstered and put back in.
There is some slop to the steering, but does not keep it from driving 75mph easily on the highway. Rack and pinion could use some attention.
Rear quarters still need replaced, however we have them purchased the replacements and will provide in addition to the spare parts that go with this Jeep.
Frame and rockers are in excellent shape for the year and it’s living location, it was originally in VA before coming to OH. There’s a very small amount of surface rust that is on the rockers require sanding and paint.
Rear window just popped out of its base which is why you’re seeing the duct tape to hold it in place. Window will need reglued into the base to function properly, using the interior button. The key never worked for us on the tailgate.
Body work that still needs attention to remove all rust, will be the front driver fender 3″ visible section, rear driver side panel 2″section, and back window upper frame pinch weld 5″ section. Finally will be the rear quarters, which replacement panels are provided.
All windows do function, because they were replaced. Contacts to the switches could use a good cleaning to make some quicker to roll up or down.
Fantastic vehicle, it’s just time for someone else to steward this machine for a while.
Last Updated on November 12, 2023 by WagoneerAds