When I lived in Tucson, I had a 1977 Jeep
Cherokee with the 401. I rebuilt the
transfer case, transmission, put a 4"
Trail Master Lift Kit, 33" BFGs,
painted it single stage blue metallic
paint, and painted the inside light gray
and put a charcoal gray carpet kit in it.
I ended up trading it in for a 2000 Ford
Ranger when I started a new job and needed
something more economical.
I now own a
2000 Jeep Cherokee Larado , straight 6. I
bought it in 2006 and it has been a great
Jeep since. The car over all is in almost
perfect condition, very very few
scratches, hardly any dents, and interior
only has one bad spot in the plastic on
the passenger side. Mechanically, it needs
all 4 shocks/struts, and the radiator has
been replaced 2 times, and there is a
small trans fluid leak near the radiator
that i cannot locate, yet.
weeks ago, I found a 1988 Jeep Wrangler
for $100. In very good condition, but did
not run, and brakes were frozen. Came with
2 bad soft tops, and a hard top that has a
broken real glass, and has a set of 4
rims, one of which was "drilled"
off due to a stuck wheel nut. Just got the
carb rebuilt last night, and got it
running, however, does not run perfectly