|November 19th, 2008, 06:14 PM||#1|
1989 Bronco II 4wd
I have an 89 Bronco II. It is 4x4, and very very clean for its age. It does have some scratches here and there, but overall it is one of the cleanest bronco II"s that I have seen in Michigan. Frame is very solid, the floor boards are very nice. This was a project that I was turning into a trail rig, but I recently picked up a Ranger that needs a new motor and my parents are getting on me for having 3 rigs in the yard, plus I need money for a motor. This truck still needs some work and it would be an awesome trail rig, or you can fix it up and it would make a great daily driver.
Has 2.9L V-6 F.I., AL4d Auto Trans, Not sure of TCASE but it is auto shift, auto hubs, 7.5" rear, dana 28 front.
Floorboards are very very clean inside and out (no carpet)
Cooper Discoverer ATR 30x9.5x15, probably close to 90 percent tread and the rims are very new.
New Torque Converter, Flexplate, Front Pump Seal
New Valve Cover Gaskets, engine dressed up a little bit
Tune up (Cap, rotor, plugs, belts, all new fluids (everything minus axles and tcase)
Comes with heavy duty front bumper that needs finishing has a 2" receiver (grinding and drilling)
Comes with a 2" rear reciever also that I had sand blasted at work
Comes with Dana 30 front from a YJ
Has grille, I just don't have it on the truck
Probably a lot more that I am forgetting
Starts right up
Runs very good regardless of all the stuff not hooked up
Drives under its own power
Has Cruise Control
Has no vacuum lines hooked up and still needs a lot of other things hooked up..majority is done, but more needed to be road worthy
Will probably have to be towed, trailered etc. home because it has no exhuast hooked up and the transmission doesn't shift through all the gears, ( it did before I pulled everything, I just don't have everything hooked up, it does however move around the yard)
A few of the gauges don't work, tach reads wrong
Has no carpet, but the inside is steel is very clean.
I took the cd player out for my jeep, but it will come with a cd player, the dash is cracked, the seats are unbolted, but are in the Bronco
Was not hit, the front bumper was mangled from towing it home with a towstrap.
Needs a new fan, the one on it is fine, I just recommend a new one because for some reason there are cracks in this one.
The only spot of rust is behind the tailgate under the bumper, and on the rear fender wells...nothing real serious, could easily be fixed.
I'm sure there are some other things that I am forgetting so please ask I am asking $1200 or best, the only thing I will trade for is a 3.0L V-6 that will work in my 98 Ranger, must have fairly low miles.