Custom built Jeep Wrangler 350 conversion. Conversion was done in 2008 to a 1988 Jeep Wrangler. Chevy 350 engine. Jeep wrangler body on Chevy 3/4 ton 4x4 axles. B &M rachet shifter on the floor. Customer blue flames on black paint. Have 5th matching wheel and tire. Tire was too heavy for the back door. Will need reinforcement before reattaching. Has bottom brace and bracket for tire but door needs reinforcement. Skyjacker on hood is also included. This Jeep is a definite PANTY DROPPER...lol. Ragtop convertible top. Door inserts are included. Some jerk stole the faceplate for the stereo recently . Rhino liner has been sprayed on the entire floor of the interior as well as on the wheel well covers. Spent $5000 on rims and tires alone. The jeep itself books at $5600.00 on NADA. Rims plus Jeep is already over $10,000 and doesn't include any of the hours spent on the conversion. We will consider financing with half down and proof of insurance (no credit check required) but we will need references, etc. Serious inquires only!!! I won't waste your time if you don't waste mine.
I saw a few posts about ppl not wanting to pay 8-12k for a CJ. My/my brothers CJ has been sitting in the barn for 8 years needing a frame. So. It goes like this. Maybe I'll buy a quad. 6-8k. For a few bucks more...side by side=12k. Well hell, for 12k, I can rebuild a 360, find a good frame (took 2 years), painless wire it, swap the glass body on etc...When I'm finished I'm sure to have 15k into it. I won't need to trailer it everywhere. It's a spare vehicle if needed. 400hp should make it fun from light to light. And my family of 4 will be able to hit cruise night, or trail ride. I realize quad vs CJ= apples and bacon comparison. And this thread has been a ball. Thanx to all!
2015 Wrangler Unlimited Sport - Grabars, WarPig Rear Seat Comfort Kit
1996 Ford Bronco - Long Travel, Bilsteins Coilovers/Bypasses, cut/turned beams, 35" Cooper ST Maxxs, 4.56s, Detroit Locker