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Jeep Scrambler Alaskan Postal Right Hand Drive

1984 Jeep CJ CJ-8 Scrambler

Condition: Used
Make: Jeep
Model: CJ
SubModel: Scrambler
Type: jeep
Trim: CJ-8 Scrambler
Year: 1984
Mileage: 1,000
VIN: 1JCCE88F6ET019730
Color: black/orange
Engine: 383
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: black orange
Drive side: Right-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Talkeetna, Alaska, United States
4-Wheel Drive, Convertible

Description for Jeep CJ 1984

Getting to be rare now, this former Alaskan Postal Jeep is built for expedition anywhere in the world.
Right hand drive CJ-8 Scrambler.
Chevy 383, 490hp, 460fptq.
700R4 (top jimmy racing).
Atlas II Highlander with twin stick.
Dana 60 front, disc brakes, 35 spline, ARB locker, oversized chromoly steering components with 1-ton ends. 14 bolt rear with Detroit, disc brakes.
AFW mandrel bent galvanized frame, Aero 33 gallon tank with built in skidplate, Flaming River steering components and steering column, AGR power steering pump and motor, Billy Kidd custom radiator and resevor, Gen right armor package with 6" fenders, 40×15x20 TRXUS tires, on board air tank, custom mastercraft suspension seats, WARN 12,000 # air cooled winch, The rear of the body is decked to fit a CJ7 top as well... Only the full sizes CJ-8 soft top is included.
This thing drives like a dream.
No jeep will get as many looks as this RHD when your out on the road or trail.
Around 70k into this custom Jeep. My reserve is less than 1/3 or less then the parts alone. Just taken out of the shop for its break in and has about 1000 mikes on it. It is missing a few dash bolts, the actuator for the front ARB, and needs to be tightened up. Unfortunately the shop it was in was kinda abandoned (the owner wrecked and his wife was in the hospital) and I could never get a hold of them for the recheck. I had this jeep built for my family to travel the world, until I lost them, and my heart is not in this anymore. There may be parts not listed too. I'll be checking to see if I forgot anything.
Feel free to ask any questions.
Thank you.