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1990 Jeep Wrangler Custom on 2040-cars

US $14,800.00
Year:1990 Mileage:10 Color: Blue /

Woodbridge, New Jersey, United States

Woodbridge, New Jersey, United States

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A great example of a unique, well thought out, professional rebuild of an Iconic American Classic. This one off
incredible jeep was built utilizing the “K.I.S.S.” theory (“Keep It Strong and Simple”).
The power plant chosen for this project is the venerable Small Block Chevy V8. The NEW 355 CI Engine with vortec
heads produces 375 Ft. Lb. of torque. Built by The Jasper Performance Division of Jasper Engines, it features a 3
Year / 100,000 Mile Transferable Warranty. Just tuned with a 600 CFM Edelbrock Performance Carburetor. It features
a Dual Plane Aluminum Intake Manifold for increased torque!
The Ignition System utilized is the MSD 6-AL. An Optima Deep Cycle Red Top Battery was used as it is ideal for
trucks with winches and provides ultimate starting and deep cycle power to keep you from getting
stranded. A compact High Torque starter fits in nicely and works great.
The Exhaust Features Coated Hooker Headers with true dual custom bent and welded pipes all the way back.
Power is transferred through a TurboHydramatic 400 Transmission with a B&M Ratchet Shifter. This is mated to a New
Process 205 Transfer Case used to turn a 14 Bolt GM Corporate Military Rear Axle w/ 4.88 Gears and a Locking
Differential. The Front Axle is a Dana 44 Posi Tract with Manual Locking Hubs and an ARB high tensile nodular iron
Differential Cover, w/
Magnetic Drain Plug and Magnetic Dipstick to fill and check oil.
Front Brakes are massive Chevy Truck disks w/ vented rotors. Rear brakes are massive drums common to many 1-Ton
Trucks. All Brake Lines done with Stainless Steel Line. The HydroBoost Brake Booster system provides incredible
stopping power.
All Major Drivetrain components were chosen for Strength, Reliability, Availability, and Simple Maintenance without
ridiculous future expense!
The Professionally Built Custom Crafted Chassis utilizes stock GM truck components with the original Jeep frame cut
and notched in. Gussets and strengtheners were also used providing Much More Strength and Rigidity than a 1-Ton
truck. Stainless Steel and Grade 8 Fasteners used throughout. No Lift Kit was used or needed for this Jeep to sit
over 14” Higher than a stock Wrangler. Wheels are 8 Lug, 16.5” Diameter x 12” Wide. Tires are 38” High
Super Swamper TSL’s. Front and Rear Bumpers were Custom Fabricated using ¼” thick box steel. A 12,000 LB Winch
was incorporated into the design of the Front Bumper w/ a Stinger Winch Guard and Auxiliary LED Light Bar. The Rear
Bumper is made with a Receiver Hitch for Accessories and Towing.
Fabricating the Tilt Front End required 2 Jeep Hoods and the front grill to be spliced together, addressing the
stretched wheelbase. Front Fenders were Hand Crafted from aluminum and the flat tops were well thought out for
their utility and strength.
What sets this Jeep apart from other custom builds is that it still retains it’s Factory Original Paint on the
Body and Half Doors (included with sale). Rare Top Quality glass slider windows are included with the half doors.
No Rust & No Accident Damage EVER!
The Interior is also Factory Original and in Excellent Condition at almost 30 years old! The Upholstery, Dash, &
Carpet are in Amazing Shape! Custom Weatherproof Floor Mats are included and fit nicely. Premium Auto Meter
Tachometer and Speedometer Gauges w/ Carbon Fiber Faces were Neatly installed in the Original Dash. All other
Gauges are Original Jeep and operate well! Heater and Blower work extremely well. Audio System uses a JVC Head Unit
w/ Dual 4” Coaxial speakers in the overhead sound bar and 6”x 9” three way speakers mounted in movable
speaker enclosures with plenty of extra speaker wire. The rear speakers were made to be placed on
the outer rear fenders of the Jeep for surround sound at campfires and gatherings.
Comes with Complete fold-able Soft Top Assembly and a tan soft top.
A Rare Combination of Simplicity and Drive-ability not found in most other modified Jeeps. It will drive easily
over sand, climb up hills, and keep up with traffic on the highway. The stretched and widened wheelbase truly
delivers a better ride than a stock Wrangler. Equally at Home, at Work, On Road, or Off Road with No Modern
Electronic modules to get you stranded in this Jeep.

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Auto blog

Jeep Wrangler diesel likely after 2015 model refresh

Thu, 28 Feb 2013 15:44:00 EST

We automotive journalists aren't always the right people to ask about whether a US-spec vehicle should or should not be offered with a diesel powertrain (hint: the answer is usually "YES"). But when it comes to the iconic, off-road-ready Jeep Wrangler, we aren't the only ones who have been clamoring for an oil-burning engine behind that famous seven-slat grille. To that end, it appears there's good news on the horizon, as Jeep CEO Mike Manley recently told Ward's Auto that the "Wrangler is on the radar to get (a) diesel."
"I'm confident that the Grand Cherokee will show just how large a demand there is for diesel, and I think what that will do is reinforce the need for us to target Wrangler as a vehicle that can take a diesel," Manley told Ward's. The most rugged of Jeeps is scheduled to get an overhaul around 2015-16, and the diesel powertrain will likely be introduced around that time.
This year alone, Chrysler will be adding a diesel engine to the Grand Cherokee SUV, as well as the Ram 1500 pickup and Promaster utility van.

Jeep Cherokee won't get diesel until sales of oil-burning Grand Cherokee improve

Tue, 01 Jul 2014 17:30:00 EST

Okay Jeep fans, you want more diesel options? Time to step up and prove it. The only way Jeep will offer a diesel powerplant in the Cherokee, according to brand head Mike Manley, is if sales of the Grand Cherokee EcoDiesel nearly double.
Currently, about eight percent of the Grand Cherokees sold feature the 3.0-liter, EcoDiesel V6. That's simply not enough to warrant the bringing an oil-burning Cherokee to the US market, despite the vehicle's presence in Europe, where it's sold with a 2.8-liter diesel V6.
"Cherokee is slightly different because of its weight and size. When I think about bringing Cherokee diesel here, I would like to see Grand Cherokee diesel get much higher than eight percent," Manley told Automotive News. "It would have to be in mid-double digits."

Europe gets Jeep Wrangler Polar limited edition

Wed, 04 Sep 2013 09:33:00 EST

Jeep will be bringing an all-new, limited-edition model to the European market called the Wrangler Polar. Based on the Wrangler Sahara and set to make its debut at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, the Wrangler Polar sports new Hyrdro Blue paint, gloss black 18-inch wheels, a body-color hardtop, and the regular mix of Mopar styling accessories. Billet Silver Metallic and Bright White are available for those that don't dig the glossy blue, while a two-door variant will be available in addition to the four-door pictured above.
The Polar's interior features similar tweaks; Pearl White contrast stitching can be found on both the seats and steering wheel, while ceramic White bezels and other accents give a nice contrasting look to the cabin.
Underhood sits an engine that should make American Wrangler enthusiasts weep - a 2.8-liter, four-cylinder turbodiesel. With 200 horsepower and 339 pound-feet of torque channeled through a five-speed automatic transmission, the Wrangler Polar should handle itself just fine on normal roads. British buyers will also be able to select the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6. For rougher stuff, Dana axles can be found front and rear (Dana 30 up front and Dana 44 in back), while the Command-Trac four-wheel-drive system and its two-speed transfer case should be enough for when the roads disappear.