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post #196 of 933 Old 10-06-2010, 12:17 PM
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93k miles

Real clean looking. I'd drive it.

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post #197 of 933 Old 11-01-2010, 12:33 PM
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I know this says post you J-series pics, but since some others have posted some FSJ Cherokee pics here, I thought I would too. This is my family's old 1976 (or maybe 78, not 100% on that) Cherokee Chief (possibily Levi's edition, otherwise I'm not sure where that sticker came from). She is bone stock with about 97K on the V8 (are they all 401cid?), not too bad for a 34+ year old.

Here are some pics (if you click on them, they will take you to a larger version, plus you can look at my whole album):




Eventually, my dad is planning on buying either a newer Cherokee or JK to replace her. When that happens, I'm buying this from him and turning it into a nicely built tow vehicle.

"ROADS! Were we're going, we DON'T need roads!"
fuzz2010: "real jeeps don't have round lights, they have leaf springs"
tricked919: "Basic rule of thumb for me is if I see a front pumpkin, I give a wave. Otherwise they might as well be in a Corolla."
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post #198 of 933 Old 11-01-2010, 02:13 PM
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^^^^ That's a nice looking Cherokee, I think I saw that one last time I was on my way to Lake City.

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post #199 of 933 Old 11-01-2010, 02:21 PM
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Thanks SparkyB!

And I'm sure you did see it around Lake City. It lives at the pink house over by the school....although occasionally it sleeps over at the mustard house on 149 (by the police station).

If you're passing through that way in the next week or so, and see an old guy outside the mustard house, you should stop by and say HI, that's my dad. But I have to warn you, you might be late to wherever you're going b/c he's a bit of a talker!

"ROADS! Were we're going, we DON'T need roads!"
fuzz2010: "real jeeps don't have round lights, they have leaf springs"
tricked919: "Basic rule of thumb for me is if I see a front pumpkin, I give a wave. Otherwise they might as well be in a Corolla."
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post #200 of 933 Old 11-08-2010, 04:02 PM
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post #201 of 933 Old 11-08-2010, 11:22 PM
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1985 Grand Wagoneer ((My first Jeep))

Well as the Title says this is my first jeep. I dont have all the detals yet but what I do know is that it has mid 90's axles from a 1Ton Ram under it and its almost rust free. It has a 360. and a 727 trans. Future plans include Plenty of Rhino liner for the floorpans and undercarriage as well as some Mean bumpers Im sure more will follow, for now that should be a good start for a Battle Wagon to survive the coming Zombie Stripper Apocalypse.
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post #202 of 933 Old 11-12-2010, 09:53 PM
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'66 j3000

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post #203 of 933 Old 11-28-2010, 09:33 PM
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nice camper. And Steps on the Tailgate? Awesome!
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post #204 of 933 Old 12-03-2010, 04:33 AM
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god damn it i hate/ love living in the rust belt
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winter= love
rust=hate
but jeeps are a love/hate type of deal tho

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Lifes to short for bad coffee and bald tires
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post #205 of 933 Old 12-03-2010, 04:38 AM
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^^^yep
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post #206 of 933 Old 12-04-2010, 06:01 PM
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Here's a picture of my 89' .I've owned it for just over a year . Other than chasing the electrical gremlins . I have lifted the rear 5'' and the front 3'' . custom front bumper and a winch . next on the list is a rear locker, 1'' lift front shackles ,rocker bars and bumper, 33"s .Work on the interior and Engine mods will filter in when they can
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post #207 of 933 Old 12-23-2010, 12:52 AM
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1983 fsj cherokee chief... 87K original miles... amc360



my first post on the forum in almost two years...
(since selling my 85cj7 to the original owner whose 14yr old son found the jeep online...)

today i SCORED!: 1983 fsj cherokee chief... 87K original miles... amc360
im super stoked. the under dash A/C even works. not without its issues but its a great project...i scoured a million vehicle ads before i found this thing... it was only posted for a day.

how rare is something like this? please guide me to the right forum where i can find out all about this thing...
feels good to be back behind the wheel of a jeep. fun to drive and lots of power...

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post #208 of 933 Old 12-23-2010, 01:25 AM
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post #209 of 933 Old 01-12-2011, 07:46 AM
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72 (71, 76, 86, 92, 93) Commando

Ok, they tell me 'Full Size Jeep' is where I belong...feeling a little like the red-headed stepchild here...especially when you see how it is when I picked it up last month...

71 - Seats
72 - ID tag, bucket, frame, running gear (304, T400)
76 - Roof rack
86 - Front bumper
92 - Hood
93 - Fenders and grill



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post #210 of 933 Old 01-24-2011, 06:31 AM
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Hey, I can post here now! Got it last week. I'm pretty pumped about it. I just can't decide on what to do first. If I don't use the left over money to buy the big parts (lift and tires) I don't know when I'll have it again. But I really want to fix all of the little things (slow windoes, a/c, cruse, carb, wipers only work on high, and the interrior). Anyways, her he is. My son named it the War Wagon!

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