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post #676 of 933 Old 10-27-2013, 06:28 PM
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Wondering what this jeep truck might be worth?

It's a factory complete, less the seat, and factory bumpers and extensions. It's got an automatic transmission, manual transfer case, no a/c, no major rust but has the common rust issues. The engine is the 230 Tornado inline 6 that was running until carb issues sidelined it? Needs some TLC!

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post #677 of 933 Old 10-30-2013, 06:34 AM
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this is my 1979 cherokee we call it the Yeti
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post #678 of 933 Old 10-31-2013, 10:26 PM
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Here is my 79 chieftain
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post #679 of 933 Old 11-02-2013, 07:51 AM
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Just towed him from the father-law's where he was stored for awhile. Now O'l Bruce is in his proper place at our new home.


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post #680 of 933 Old 11-03-2013, 06:29 PM
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Here is my 79 chieftain
Nice lookin Chief!
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post #681 of 933 Old 11-03-2013, 07:29 PM
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I love these FSJs and used to own one . Mine was stock , about 4" lift with 33s. It was green with wood grain sides . Not exactly a killer off road but , was a dream on the freeway . Now I have a 1961 Willys wagon . I hope you don't mind me posting a pic. here .
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post #682 of 933 Old 11-04-2013, 07:17 AM
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I love these FSJs and used to own one . Mine was stock , about 4" lift with 33s. It was green with wood grain sides . Not exactly a killer off road but , was a dream on the freeway . Now I have a 1961 Willys wagon . I hope you don't mind me posting a pic. here .
I have always loved those old Willys wagons and pick-ups. My first auto was a '48 Willys wagon. It was all original with the flat head 4, three on the tree, manual overdrive via a knob under the dash, and 6 volt electrics. Unfortunately, it was only 2wd and I never finished it. I was 15 when I bought it in 1973 and my mom sold it while I was in basic training in 1977. I only paid $100.00 for it.

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post #683 of 933 Old 11-06-2013, 04:21 PM
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cool willys. im curious about the front link setup. is it 3 link? is that a fullwidth axle? how did you set up the trac bar with the passenger side drop front axle? ive been kicking the idea around to link my wagoneer but im having a hard time picturing all that stuff fit into the passenger side. ive done some searching and really haven't found any good articles online.
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post #684 of 933 Old 11-06-2013, 08:51 PM
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The Willys wagons chassis is a K5 blazer . The front 4 link is a kit from Off Road design .It is made for a K5 . I had to do some mods to make it work for me but with over 40" from the ground to the bottom of the lifted tire , it works pretty good.Yes , they are full width one ton axles , d60 front , 14 bolt rear .The track bar bracket is one of the things that had to be modified
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post #685 of 933 Old 11-07-2013, 09:20 AM
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Those are awesome, friend has one w 350 chev and Holley injection. Older resto mod needs work but alas he wouldnt sell her to me. :-(

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00 WJ 4x4, 4.7 stroker, turbocharged,..lots more..
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90 Grand Wagoneer 401 Edelbrock Heads, Lunati .510/.527 FT Cam, Edelbrock RPM Air Gap, Holley HP 750, Thorley Headers, HEI, Electric Fan w Digital controller,4" lift 31x10.50 Goodyear Duratrac's on Pro-Comp Wheels,new interior, seats,seals,Alpine and JL full system, Remote HEI, Clifford 2 way with remote start,windows,tailgate.
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post #686 of 933 Old 11-07-2013, 09:42 PM
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This Willys wagons engine is full of racing internals , it's a 383 stroker with a Dart block , Vic Jr. intake , Trick flow alum. heads , Holley 750 hp series carb.to mention just a few components . It is rated @ 550 ponies . It also has a 700r4 tranny and a Dana 300 twin stick transfere case , discs all the way around. Hydro brakes and PSC assist steering . It also has Autometer gauges and a new interior. It's finally getting to be the rig I've always wanted .
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post #687 of 933 Old 11-08-2013, 08:03 PM
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Nice build, it should be in that power range, my last 383 Reher Morrison built dart based splayed main block w 225 ported eliminator heads and my own grind lunati solid roller was an animal. Granted this was a street/strip motor with power band from 3000 to 7800. Titanium valves, carillo rods, the works. Was an amazing small block. (wished I kept it)

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00 WJ 4x4, 4.7 stroker, turbocharged,..lots more..
01 WJ 4x2 4.7v8 Limited (needs valve job)
90 Grand Wagoneer 401 Edelbrock Heads, Lunati .510/.527 FT Cam, Edelbrock RPM Air Gap, Holley HP 750, Thorley Headers, HEI, Electric Fan w Digital controller,4" lift 31x10.50 Goodyear Duratrac's on Pro-Comp Wheels,new interior, seats,seals,Alpine and JL full system, Remote HEI, Clifford 2 way with remote start,windows,tailgate.
96 Cherokee Country 4dr/2x2 White/Tan 3" Lift Sahara 18" Wheels 32.5"'s 99up head and intake- for sale soon!
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post #688 of 933 Old 11-13-2013, 03:44 PM
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Greetings from Finland. Just bought this.



'73 with 258 and T-14. Ex fire brigade personnel transport. Apparently removed from active duty sometime late '80s or early '90s, has mostly just sat unused since then.
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post #689 of 933 Old 11-13-2013, 03:51 PM
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Greetings from Finland. Just bought this.

'73 with 258 and T-14. Ex fire brigade personnel transport. Apparently removed from active duty sometime late '80s or early '90s, has mostly just sat unused since then.
I see you all ready got the hood up haha I hope it's a good one or you get running soon there a treat have fun .
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post #690 of 933 Old 11-13-2013, 04:14 PM
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Thanks It doesn't seem too bad, apparently the fire brigade has had at least some maintenance budget for their equipment. Sheet metal is surprisingly good, actually. Transmission needs new bearings and engine does not run on all six cylinders, but this is apparently only a couple of burnt valves, as there's no blowby at all when I remove the oil filler cap when the engine is running. Going to confirm this guess next weekend with a compression & blowby test, then probably take off the cylinder head and overhaul it.
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