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Unread 01-18-2015, 07:16 PM   #1
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Parting out a 78 Wagoneer

I'm putting this here b/c I'm not sure how many people will see it in the classified section.

I bought a 78 Wagoneer for some parts. What I don't need, can go to fellow FSJ'ers. I'm not in this to make money(whatever I get from the parts will go back into my 79).

Here are the pics I have. If you need a pic of anything, let me know and please give me time to get it for you.

If you need anything mechanical, I would assume that everything will need to be rebuilt. The motor may be fine with just a tuneup(it does move under it's own power), but I don't want to mislead anyone.








It has the manual rear window, although I don't know if the handle is stripped out, it is sitting in the back.

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Unread 01-19-2015, 09:25 AM   #2
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Fergusoneddie needs a battery tray, and that one might work for him...
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Unread 01-19-2015, 09:26 AM   #3
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And if that washer fluid bottle don't leak and the pump works, I could really use that.
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Fergusoneddie needs a battery tray, and that one might work for him...
I am actually gonna use that one, but I have the one that I've already painted if he needs it. You can see in the lower corner it was missing some of the metal lip.



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And if that washer fluid bottle don't leak and the pump works, I could really use that.
I will have to check if the pump works this Friday when I go to work on my 79
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What does the fuel filler/neck look like? Like I told sandman, my '74 has dual tanks but a single fill and a mess of hoses ( some that are not connected.)


Looking to add dual fillers and a selector switch.
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What does the fuel filler/neck look like? Like I told sandman, my '74 has dual tanks but a single fill and a mess of hoses ( some that are not connected.)


Looking to add dual fillers and a selector switch.
I will have to get you a pic. I'm not even sure if it's even there. It doesn't have a tank. It may be Thursday morning when I get of work before I can get it, if that's not a problem.
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I will have to get you a pic. I'm not even sure if it's even there. It doesn't have a tank. It may be Thursday morning when I get of work before I can get it, if that's not a problem.

No problem. Thanks!
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No problem. Thanks!
Is this what you were looking for? I ran by on my way home. If it's not, bear with me as I'm learning as I go with these things

I believe that is just a lot of oil/grime.







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PM sent.
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