We have found a couple other clean, more complete Cherokees to use for my daughters' respective builds, so we're offering up this Cherokee "shell" for sale. I have a clear title in my name, which will be included.
Just to be clear, this is just a "shell"...the bare unibody with only a rear hatch still installed
(hatch is very nice, and even has excellent gas-filled struts). I do
have the rust-free, but dented driver door "shell" (no vent window or side window) that I can include, but there is no passenger door at this point. I would foresee this being a great trail rig or crawler foundation for someone given the stripped-down state of the Jeep. That being said, the exterior is all rust-free, so it would also make a good vehicle to install a good driveline/interior from your existing rust bucket.
The rockers and unibody frame rails are in excellent condition, and every bolt in this Jeep has come out with ease. I got it from a friend in Kentucky, and he got it from Maryland (NOT right in the salt belt).
Depending on the price it ultimately sells for
, I have a bunch of small '96-down Cherokee parts I could include with it.
We're asking $200 for it as it sits with the clear title (will potentially trade for XJ items that will help my daughters' builds).
I do not
want to scrap this, as it's hard to find 2-door Cherokees in-general, and much harder finding ones this clean.
Located in Cedar Springs (49319), just north of Grand Rapids. There are no axles underneath it, so you'll need a flat-bed trailer that we can back underneath it. I do have an engine hoist and other tools to help with this task.
Before the front clip, doors & axles were removed:
Driver floor pan repair:
A couple other small driver-side patches I welded in.
Passenger side in current condition. It has been cut out for a full pan replacement, but we plan on keeping the replacement pan below for one of our other Cherokees.
Replacement floor pan not
included, but rather just shown to illustrate a straightforward floor pan repair.
Current interior shot.