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1983 Jeep Wagoneer 70,000 orig miles - 65 Rhino grill, headlights, fog lights

Make: Jeep
Model: Wagoneer
Type: SUV
Trim: Limited
Year: 1983
Mileage: 70,595
VIN: 1JCCJ15N5DT004939
Color: Red
Engine: Straight Six
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Red
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Tolland, Connecticut, United States
Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
4-Wheel Drive, Cassette Player

Description of 1983 Jeep Wagoneer Limited

1983 JeepWagoneer vin 1JCCJ15N5DT004939, 70,000 original miles
Rebuilt six cylinder, .030 overPistons, .010 over Crankshaft Journals at 54k miles
Rebuilt Torqueflite transmission with rebuilt torque converter at 63k miles
Exterior matte finish paint (stock NAPA color and matte clear coat)
New OEM spec rear leaf springs with Monroe air shocks
Front axle vacuumdisconnecteliminated
GMstyle distributer with built in coil
Bullet style Catalytic converter
Rebuilt Dual diaphragm brake booster
New OEM specradiator, aluminum oil blow by catchcan
Air Conditioning charged last summer
Sears diehard battery, all accessories fused in engine compartment
1965 Rhino grill and headlights with fog lights (all lights on relays)
New headliner, with sound panels in roof, doors and hood
CustomChevy Suburban center console
All stock gauges work, plus custom tach, voltmeter and oil pressure gauge
Class III trailer hitch with brake controller and charge line (7/4 connectors)Spare tire in undermount rack, Jack in side compartment
Derale oil and transmission cooler with oil temp gauge in engine compartment
Motorcraft replica 2100 carb with cold air intake (see spare parts below)
Custom removablestorage box in rear with backup light switch
Everything works except the rear defogger - wiring is intact but grid lines are shot
Spare parts included: stock am/fm/cassette (tested), spare headlight and fog light trim, new air shocks for the front, Genuine Motorcraft 2150 carb, rebuilt - the 2100 carb on vehicle is an imported replica which worked well for the first two years but now has developed occasional hesitation.....it should be replaced with the rebuilt 2150. Several jets and small carb parts included. The existing manual choke could be used, or the automatic choke on the 2150 could be retained. The cold air intake will bolt right up. Also including several spare parts, such as power steering and alternator belts, touch up paint, leather stain, electrical parts, fasteners, etc, etc, etc
This is a daily driver that I usefor towing a small Airstream and for my carpentry business, not a show car or Sunday driver. It has mostly been garaged since I owned it, was in storage by prior owner, and has no significant rust on frame,flooror body panels. There are little scuffs/dings and frays here and there. The drivers seat has a seat cover hiding a large age crack in the seat leather, and the passenger seat also has a smaller crack, just taped with clear upholstery tape (see photos). The front seats and dash were originally tan, and have been stained garnet (spare stain included). The rear seat is garnet color, from an 85, has a small tear taped over (see photos). It leaks a small amount of oil from the oil pan, needs a new gasket.
Rear deck carpet is frayed in spots.