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Restored 1989 Jeep Yj Wrangler on 2040-cars

US $14,500.00
Year:1989 Mileage:11500
Location:

Tavares, Florida, United States

Tavares, Florida, United States

This is a fully restored 1989 Jeep YJ Wrangler.

1989 Jeep YJ Wrangler with a 350 Chevy V-8, 6-1/2" lift and 35" tires.  The motor has 11,500 miles since being totally re-built with;

small rv cam, Holley 600, 4 barrel carb, K & N Air cleaner, Headman ceramic headers, Flowmaster exhaust system, cast aluminum

valve covers and 7 quart oil pan.  The radiator has both mechanical and electric cooling fans.  Automatic 700R Transmission with

shift kit.  The body is painted a blue metallic and is completely rust free with no holes.  There is 1 small (dime size) dent on top of the

right fender.  The floor is rhino lined.  The seats are new Best Top.  It is equipped with after market gauges, Kenwood, 45 watt rms rated,

4 channel stereo and an overhead sound bar.  The Jeep has a new bikini top, bed cover and back wind breaker,  Smitty built tube protection

all around, 3" body lift, 3-1/2" spring lift, skyjacker soft ride, gas charged shocks, 4-weld wheel racing rock crusher 15" x 10" aluminum 

rims,  one Outlaw II rim 5-35x12.50x15" Cooper Discover STT radials with less than 1200 miles on them.  All stainless steel mounting hardware,

mirrors, vent scoop, fuel filter, tail gate hinges, tire stop, windshield hinges and door hinges. 


This is a very nice, well taken care of, CLEAN Jeep.  I do not sell junk. 


Any questions, please call Dave at 352-508-1425.

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