|October 23rd, 2011, 10:09 PM||#1|
Covered in mud...
***SOLD*** 1983 Scrambler for sale - $1800 - Caged, Dana 44s, Lockers, armor, etc.
JEEP IS SOLD!!!
You can see the Jeep here in the build thread:
What I'm selling:
The rolling chassis:
1983 Jeep Scrambler with full cage
Dana 44 front and rear axles with 4.10 gears, detroit tru trac front, detroit locker rear, front and rear disc brakes.
Spring over, clears 36-37" tires.
front plastic racing buckets with padded covers,
stock rear bench
tailgate (not installed)
heater box rebuilt with blazer motor, new cables
20 gallon poly fuel tank (not installed)
rocker guards (black, forget the brand, in nice shape, not installed)
brand new steel rear corner guards (black, not installed)
stock CJ dashboard (not installed)
front stinger bumper with winch mount.
Pair of full soft doors
stock radiator in unknown shape (not installed)
A set of TJ rear flares, to give the correct scrambler look with larger wheel opening.
A spare pair of uncut CJ fenders with stock flares.
Probably some other things that I've forgot about.
Basically, you are getting a solid scrambler, with cage, lift, axles, lockers done already, body armor and new front fenders would clean this up into a pretty nice looking Jeep. Its got dents from trail use, but would be covered mostly by the armor pieces. Floors were redone and coated sometime in the past, its very solid.
Not included: ( seen in the build thread)
aftermarket wiring harness
fuel cell with AN fuel system
I'm willing to work with a buyer, if there are thing you don't want (cage, axles, armor, seats, etc) or things you do want (dahsboard, wiring, etc), we can adjust prices accordingly.
Located in Oxford, Delivery is possible within a couple hours.
Trade items accepted, for their fair value:
XJ 3 - 4 inch lift
31" mud terrain tires.
LS2, LS3, L92, L76, LY6 engines :-)
Last edited by Haggar; January 8th, 2012 at 04:00 PM.
|November 23rd, 2011, 10:35 AM||#14|
Covered in mud...
Presently, I have my F150, my XJ, my scrambler, my CJ6, and my CJ3b. Things are collecting dust and not getting used. With the addition of our daughter last year, and work duty increases, I'm not doing enough heavy trail use to use the Scrambler more than a few times a year. Focusing on the XJ to be a light duty wheeler to get me out into the woods. I would rather be camping and wheeling with my sons rather than working in the garage constantly..
Its a great trail Jeep and very solid, so hopefully it finds a new home soon.