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1988 Jeep Wrangler 4x4 on 2040-parts.com

US $1,650.00
Location:

Penn Valley, California, US

Penn Valley, California, US
:

1988 jeep wrangler
4x4
4.2 6cyl
5 speed stick

it has a lift kit

 

carbureted motor

 

It looks like all of the California smog parts are there

power steering

This has been in storage outside for 10 years,

runs good, shifts good

the windshield is cracked
it needs a clutch slave cylinder
needs tires, they are cracked

the carpet is gone

the interior is weathered

I have the bezels for the instrument cluster and gauges

the top looks good

the gauges are rusted, I have the trim bezels for the gauges

 

 

the body looks good, the back handle on the tailgate is broke, but it will still open

the top looks good

 

 

THIS MUST BE TOWED

BUYER IS TO PAY ALL SHIPPING CHARGES

This is located in northern California, 1 hour from sacramento, 2 hours from reno, nv

 

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