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1989 Jeep Comanche Pioneer Pickup, 4x4, Metric Ton Long Bed 7 ft.

1989 Jeep Comanche

Condition: Used
Make: Jeep
Model: Comanche
Type: Standard Cab Pickup
Trim: Pioneer Standard Cab Pickup 2-Door
Year: 1989
Mileage: 152,045
VIN: 1J7GJ36L0KL509132
Color: White
Engine: 4.0L 242Cu. In. l6 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: 4x4
Interior color: Blue
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Wayne, New Jersey, United States
Air Conditioning
4-Wheel Drive, CD Player

Description for Jeep Comanche 1989

Here is an original 1989 Jeep 4x4 Comanchepickuptruck that's in rather good condition for its age. It's the Metric Ton 7 ft. Longbed (which was an option) with the Dana 44 rear/diff. and has a 4.0 liter engine, t's a 5 speed manual trans and 4x4 works fine.Paint on exterior is still good andI do want to feature howthis truck has no rust on the frame and inside wheel wells because it still has most of the factory undercoating on it, nbsp;pretty amazing for a 26 yr. old Jeep truck. I've seen many Comanche specimens before I decided on this one and they were all rusted up and not in that good shape for too much money.
I try to show pictures and describe the truck best I can but always best to see a vehicle in person. If you do, ou'd bepleasantly surprised how it's a very solid truck for an '89 Comanche and in its good shape, o it's not perfect but is a good specimen for full restoration if so desired, hich wouldn't take very much to make it an even cooler truck or you can use it as your daily driver. For me, 'd set out tofindonein goodcondition and not rusted up, his one was it for the price. I'veenjoyed it but I've recently decided to sell it and hopefully to a person who too wants a Comanche in this condition.
There is minimal rust on the truck, t means hardly and not much for a 26 yr old Jeep truck. I make mention anything of note, nd as stated, he frame has none. To me, ust is a pet peeve of mine, t's one of the most important details to me on a vehicle, esides a good mechanical aspect. The only thing of rust to mention is as follows, little started on rockers, ne side a very small area started and other side just a small hole, threw a shot of primer to protect it further. There's a few small surface chips and scratches on the truck, ll of which is typical. Some rust is starting to bubble under the paint at top of one wheel well but not through. A few minor things small enough to fix easy. Inside the bed is in good shape and under the bed looks clean as well and inside the bed is good since Ithink it was hardly exposed, believe a cap was on (and also, aybe a bed liner) seeing bed rails have the holes for attaching a cap.Interior is good and clean and has no dash cracks, ll good shape. Noheadliner in and so typical for these trucks. The glass is good except for asmallcrack in lower left of windshield. You'll need to fix the E-brake, eed a rearview mirror and a passenger window handle. I've recently replaced rear exhaust pipe and a new hood release cable. Body wise, 've described what I can and any dentsof note are hardlynoticeable, ust small 2 minor mentions, ne is more a crease dent on front left fender, he other a small dent on lower rear quarter, oth hardly noticed. I really try to show what I can in pictures so you can see the inside/outside of truck.
Engine runs quite good, he 5 spd. trans shifts well, he 4x4 works, ll fundamentals are working well.This truck is a good find and not many can be foundoriginal and in this way. Options too, t has are the long bed 7 ft, iltsteeringwheel, quippedwith A/C but condenser was removed by previousowner, asy enough to get back. The bucket seats in it are not stock. One Jeep center cap is missing on a rear wheel. Tires are just like new at about 6 months old. There's a pushbutton start on the dash you just need to press when turning the key to start.Previous owner said it's just a bypass to ignition switch and has never bothered me nor doesit pose any issue nor is it ever going to be.This truck looks good, he engine drives quite strong for the year and miles, eally does.
Be a proud owner of a Jeep Comanche which become more rare and rise in value as the years pass.The 1989 model year, MC only made about 5100 and not all were 4x4's with the 7ft bed option. Comanche pickup trucks like these are usuallybeaten on and pretty rusted up and people are asking too much for them. On the other end of that, 'veseen a few (on Ebay)that were restorednicelyand they looked so very cool.
A 4x4 stock Jeep truck that is almost27 years oldlike this one in its good condition is not that common. It's a great candidate to restore and/or as a daily driver or 2nd vehicle.I've just decided it's best tosell this truck for reasons of finances and even so I do hate to part with it. That being said, would like it sold to a good home. It's also beingadvertised locally, oauction could end.
Email me with sensible questions, hose I'm glad to answer. The truck is well worth my 'Buy It Now' price and I'm open to looking at "reasonable" offers. Yours may just be the number I'm willing to accept for the truck since I am not even looking for that much money for the condition and for what the truck is, o stop being a watcher and make an offer to get yourself a good deal on a cool, ecoming more rare, x4 Jeep Comanche pickup truck.
Note: I can assist in shipping this truck to you via open carrier, istances up to 300 miles.