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Jeep Wrangler Sahara Yj 4.2 Liter - 5 Speed 4x4 W/ Hardtop on 2040-cars

Year:1989 Mileage:138500 Color: and Interior

Rogue River, Oregon, United States

Rogue River, Oregon, United States


JEEP Wrangler Sahara YJ

4.2 L - 5 Speed - Hardtop - Full Doors


This is a very clean good working vehicle with many upgrades.  The original 4.0 liter engine was replaced with a rebuilt 4.2 liter 5,000 miles ago along with a new clutch, rebuilt transmission and transfer case. Front and rear gears were changed out with 3.55 units.  The original Carter 2 barrel carb was changed out with a Weber unit.  The suspension has a 3" Rancho lift kit with new springs and air adjustable shocks.  It has a "No Start" security system, custom seats, Clarion AM, FM, CD player with a IR remote control.  Amsoil synthetic lubrication has been used through out the entire vehicle.  It was used mostly as a tow vehicle behind a motor home giving it a higher mileage than it was actually driven.  I have a Carfax vehicle history report showing a value of $400 above retail value and no accidents or damage reported.

Hardtop, Full Doors

4.2 Liter engine Weber Carburetor

5 Speed 4X4 Transmission

3.55 gears

Rancho 3" Lift Kit, Springs, Air Shocks

Power Steering

After Market AC

Tilt Steering Wheel

Fog Lights

"No Start" Security System

138,500 Miles

Tan Exterior and Interior

     Pictures are of all items included and are part of the description. Tow bar hooks and chains showing in photos have been removed.

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