|October 9th, 2012, 07:35 AM||#1|
1988 Jeep Grand Wagoneer Part Out - Waterford, MI
All of the underlined headers are links to photos for the items described.
AMC 360 Motor: Rebuilt at 135,000 miles by Michigan Motor Exchange of Waterford (Dec 2008), now has 154,000 miles. Jet Performance Stage 1 Quadrajet Carb, Edlebrock Performer Manifold, Edlebrock Cast Aluminum valve covers, 96 Amp Alternator, New Water Pump, Distributor, DUI Live wire Plug wires. $600 - *SOLD*
Snorkel: Custom Snorkel. 3” pipe, high flow air filter, pre-filter. $100
Doug Thorley Tri-Y headers: No leaks.(March 2010, run for 10,000 miles) $200 *SOLD*
Front Dana 44 Axle: Disc Brakes, 4.56 Ratio (Yukon), Eaton E-Locker, Yukon Chrome-Moly axle shafts, Yukon “Super” U-Joints, ARB Differential Cover (8,000 miles on setup) All steering components after the pitman arm are included(tie rods, drag link, etc) . Ball joints replaced in 2010. $1,000 *SOLD*
Rear Dana 44 Axle: Drum Brakes (1,000 miles), 4.56 Ratio (Yukon), Eaton E-Locker, ARB Differential Cover (8,000 miles on setup). $600 *SOLD*
Rusty’s Offroad 6” Lift Kit: 6” full spring lift in front. 4” spring and 2” block in back with axle shims. Braided steel extended brake lines. Shocks. Needs U-bolts. (Summer 2010) $400 *SOLD*
Transmission: Torqueflite 727. Works but it’s slipping a little, I think. Something doesn’t “feel” right. $100
Transfer Case: NP 229. Vacuum actuated shift. 2wd, full time 4wd and 4wd lo. All shifts well. $100
Tire and Wheel set: 5 Goodyear Wrangler MT/R with Kevlar (35x12.5x15 ). 4 have approximately 10,000 miles, 1 has no miles on it. They are on five 15x10 steel wheels. 6x5.5 bolt pattern. $700 *SOLD*
Hitch: Class III hitch. Factory? $100
Front Passenger Seat: No tears, motors, controls all work. $75
Front Driver Seat: Tear in seat, motors, controls all work. $50
Rear Bench Seat: No tears in the fabric or leather. $100
Custom Front Bumper: “Pre-Runner” Style Bumper with mounting for winch, D-shackles and offroad lights. Powdercoated black. $400 *Sold*
Tom Wood’s Rear Driveshaft: Custom made for the Grand Wagoneer with 6” lift. Front CV joint (Spicer 1310) and rear spicer 1310 Joint (Summer 2010). $125
Front Driveshaft: Stock front driveshaft. Joints good. $50
Bushwacker Flares: Bushwacker 4 Door XJ Flares. $150 *SOLD*
Custom Grill: This one I made myself. Completely unique look to your wagoner. Cross between the “Rhino” grill and the iconic 7 slot Jeep grill. I will throw in the round headlight buckets and chrome trim rings as well. $100
Tailgate assembly: Window goes up and down smoothly with motor. Most of the internal mechanisms were replaced summer 2011. Window wipes also replaced at that time. This is the entire tailgate. I’m not tearing that thing apart to get one piece. It was too much of a pain putting it together. $200 *Sold*
AGR SB2 Steering Box: AGR Super Box SB2 Series Steering Box. $150 *SOLD*
Right Front Door: Window mechanism works. Power Locks work. Glass is good. Tinted. Mirrors and speaker (Alpine) included. $75
Left Front Door: Window mechanism works. Power Locks work. Glass is good. Tinted. Mirrors and speaker (Alpine) included. $75
Right Rear Door: Dent on door (tree). Dent might pop back out. Window mechanism works. Glass is good. Tinted. Power Locks work. $50
Left Rear Door: Window mechanism works. Glass is good. Tinted. Power Locks work. $50
What else to you want off of it? Let me know and I will come up with a price and we’ll see what we can work out. I’m sure there will be more as I start to pull things off.
I'm not taking things off the motor, axles, doors, tailgate, etc. The assemblies listed are the way it is right now. Maybe I'll change my mind later.
Shipping is on your dime. I'm not exactly sure how to ship the larger items but I have a pickup and will work our some delivery options on the larger items. First 50 miles is free!
Last edited by SteelTherapy; October 31st, 2012 at 06:50 AM. Reason: Updating what's gone
|October 21st, 2012, 10:45 PM||#10|
I've been watching...
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Does it have a sunroof? I'm in the process of remving mine and need the metal from the roof to replace the hole in mine.
How is the left rear quarter panel?
I can bring a chop saw with a metal blade for the roof.
Also interested in the lift kit....
|October 22nd, 2012, 05:56 AM||#11|
The rear quarter panels are good EXCEPT I cut the wheel well opening to install the bushwacker flares.
Dropped the price on the engine again. Nicely rebuilt. Hurry before I get frustrated and start parting out the engine. Carb, intake manifold, cylinder heads, valve covers, etc.
Last edited by SteelTherapy; October 22nd, 2012 at 09:24 AM.
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