VIN: 1JCMT7545HT074083 condition: good cylinders: 6 cylinders drive: 4wd fuel: gas odometer: 194431 paint color: white title status: clean transmission: automatic type: SUV
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For sale is my 1987 Jeep Wagoneer Limited 4x4. I purchased this Jeep from the previous owner in December 2016. I got it running again and it was my daily driver for most of 2017 and 2018. When I bought a brand new car in 2019, I hired a local ASE-certified mobile mechanic to slowly restore the Jeep.
Repairs started by pulling out the motor and taking it apart. Nearly everything was replaced on this 4.0 including the top end (rocker arms, lifters, push rods, timing set, all seals and gaskets), bottom end (oil pump, pickup tube, all gaskets and seals), new accessories (alternator, pulleys, belt, radiator fan clutch, battery terminals, battery), ignition set (spark plugs, cap, coil, rotor, wires, fuel injectors), head gasket, head bolts, IAC valve, sensors (TPS, MAP, CPS), and even upgraded the cooling system from the old open system to a 1993+ XJ closed system (including radiator, hoses, fan, thermostat housing, thermostat, gaskets, temperature sensor). Motor mounts were also replaced.
The entire exhaust system was replaced, starting with the exhaust manifold and gasket, all pipes, hangers, resonators, catalytic converter, O2 sensors, and muffler.
All brakes were replaced, including parking brake cables, master cylinder, all hard and soft lines, calipers/rotors/pads up front, full re-build of rears (shoes, drums, wheel cylinders, hoses, all hardware).
Steering components were replaced, including steering stabilizer, track bar, stabilizer bar and links, center link, and all bushings.
Additional parts included but not yet installed include: rear differential cover and gasket, Dana Spicer U-Joints for axles and driveshafts, set of 4 Gabriel shocks, tie rod ends, rear track bar bushings, and many others).
This Jeep has been a TON of fun to work on and to restore, and it is nearly finished! Unfortunately, I moved two years ago and haven't been able to work on the Jeep since. I don't have the tools or the space to finish restoring it, and quite frankly, I would rather spend the time and money building up my 2022 Jeep Gladiator instead.
I want this Jeep to go to a good home, someone who respects these classics and who will take the time to finish it the right way. This Jeep still needs the following: tires, radio, passenger side floor pan, headliner, and wood grain vinyl trim. In addition, the front seats need new covers or to be re-upholstered, and the Jeep will need new paint. The A/C has not been charged/tested, neither has the Transfer Case / 4 wheel drive.
An exact model, 1987 XJ Wagoneer Limited (with a faulty odometer) just sold on Bring A Trailer for $31,000. This is a great project Jeep that will take less than $10,000 to finish restoring, and can be kept to enjoy or flipped for $10k+ in profit.
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