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Runs well, drives good, or would be a good candidate for further restoration.

4-Speed Manual, recently gone through, NP-208 TC, recently gone through.
4.2L motor that was rebuilt in 1999 with an aftermarket Cam. I just had a motorcraft carb put on and tuned and put on the Dyno, putting out 145HP, which is a more than from the factory!
New radiator, newer battery, frame was painted with POR-15, cab floor was patched and new carpet. Bucket seats out of a Grand Waggy.

Needs the normal things for a not fully restored vehicle, some gauges don't work, needs a headliner, full seat belts, some paint, etc. Some rust on the rear quarters and the tailgate is not great. But it's not too bad either, I tried to show this in the pictures.

Drive it now, it's a head-turner. And finish the restoration as you go!

PM me for more info or a phone number.

Pictures are being a pain, you can see some here.
http://www.jeeptruck.com/mjs/sale19/adm336/adm336.html
 

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Thanks, it is a really neat vehicle! Generating interest, just not a sale yet.
 

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Put it on IFSJA.org
Funny thing, it's almost the same color as my J20 resto.....

I may have a headliner you can have if I don't need it in a short while...
 

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Steve, definitely have the headliner, and probably some OEM gages also a set of Waggy belts in tan. they are yours for the taking
 

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Thanks Harry, I maybe headed up your way in the near future, I'll give you a text as a heads up.
 
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