1980 Jeep Wagoneer Limited Sport Utility 4-door 5.9l on 2040-cars
Ranier, Minnesota, United States
1980 Jeep Wagoneer Limited powered by a 360 CI V8. Presently has 51,xxx miles. Drives wonderfully. Cruise Control, Electric Windows (Left rear window does not operate, The circuit is good through the Left door switch. Leather interior is sun worn. The Jeep was stored outside most of her life. The body has hail marks on the hood and top facing panels.Please look at the photo of the hood to get an idea of the repair ability. There is some rust in the usual places behind the rear wheels you can see the extent in the photos. The Jeep was optioned with the AM/FM/CB radio, I have not been able to confirm the operation of the CB portion. I am driving is now as my daily drive and truly enjoying it immensely. I have a new replacement right exhaust manifold to replace the original that has an exhaust leak.
The Wagoneer was purchased in Melbourne Florida on May 19th 1980. I am the second owner.
This would be a great restoration project or to use as a very cool daily driver.
Thank you for Looking and Hopfully bidding on this great Wagoneer
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Chrysler investing $20M in Toledo plant to support 9-speed auto productionSun, 28 Apr 2013
In 2011, Chrysler announced a $72-million investment in its Toledo Machining Plant to modernize production of the eight- and nine-speed torque-converters for automatic transmissions made there. That upgrade work won't be finished until Q3 of this year, but Chrysler has already announced a further $19.6-million investment to increase production capacity for the nine-speeders.
The extra units will be necessary because the nine-speed transmission they'll be mated to is going into three popular models: it will debut on the 2014 Jeep Cherokee, then go into the Chrysler 200 and Dodge Dart. The company predicted that this year alone it would sell 200,000 units equipped with the nine-speed tranny, and it is spending some $374 million in addition to the investment in Toledo to upgrade production capacity for it.
The work attached to this new investment won't begin until Q3 of 2014, and it will be finished by the end of that year. There's a press release below with all the details.
100,000 Jeep Cherokee models subject to further 9-speed recalibrationThu, 29 May 2014
It seems that the software problems with the nine-speed automatic gearbox in the Jeep Cherokee continue to mount. The programming already caused multiple development delays and even postponed the Cherokee's market launch by roughly two months. Now, Jeep has issued another recalibration to hopefully assuage unhappy drivers.
According to Automotive News, this reflash for the allegedly jerky transmission covers over 100,000 Cherokees built before May 5, but it's not technically a recall. If owners are having problems and complain to the dealer, they get the new software. Otherwise, they continue with the current version. New vehicles on dealer lots also receive the latest revision to the programming. It takes only around five minutes to install, but technicians need to take the Cherokee on a test drive to adapt the gearbox to the changes.
The Cherokee's transmission software has been problematic practically since the beginning. The Jeep plant in Toledo, OH, briefly idled its second-shift workers last year to take care of the issue. Since the launch issues for the crossover, demand has been strong. Jeep added another 1,000 temporary workers to the Toledo factory to keep up, and sales were on par with the Wrangler in just its first two months.
Jeep Cherokee Trail Carver is a more rugged TrailhawkWed, 06 Nov 2013
We briefly mentioned the Jeep Cherokee Trail Carver that was heading to SEMA last week when discussing the Mopar lineup set to be shown in Las Vegas. At the time, though, we weren't able to dive too deeply into details. But with SEMA in full swing, we were able to sneak over and grab some snaps of one of the first modified Cherokees we've seen. The Cherokee is, after all, kind of an unknown quantity in the modification department, being so new and featuring such a polarizing design. We were quite interested to see what Mopar could come up with.
Starting with the Trailhawk 4x4 and its 3.2-liter V6, the engine is fitted with a Mopar cold-air intake and a new exhaust, although it's not clear what sort of power boost has resulted. We'll admit, we were hoping Jeep and Mopar would get a bit more aggressive with the Cherokee's suspension (has anyone thrown a few-inch lift on the new Jeep yet?), but there's no mention of upgrades beyond the knobby, off-road tires. Those should do some good when the going gets rough, while rock rails are there to protect the Auburn Pearl paint on the body.
Speaking of that paint, it's complemented by an interesting graphics package in contrasting black and Crush Orange. The cabin sports Katzkin Amaretto leather seats, along with tech-friendly items like a wireless charging system for cellphones and wireless internet.