1983 Jeep Cherokee Laredo 4x4 - 4.2 V6
Beautiful recent mechanical/cosmetic restoration. New paint with original new decals, all aluminum bumpers/wheels/trim polished, full interior restoration (seats, carpet, headliner, door panels, etc.), rare 5 speed manual trans, working 4x4, new clutch kit, power steering, working AC (new AC compressor - blows cold!), new radiator, new main seal (converted from old poorly designed rope seal), replaced oil pan gasket, new valve cover gasket, good compression in all 6 cylinders, newly leather wrapped steering wheel, fairly new tires, completely new exhaust from manifolds back, no cracks in dash, and nice stereo & speakers. Bottom line... she’s a beauty and a lot of work was done to this Cherokee Laredo. She’s a real eye catcher and anywhere it’s driven it attracts attention.
The Pick of the Day is a four-wheel-drive SUV that was hardly ever driven
For the 1974 model year, Jeep launched a second version of what we now recognize as a full-size sport utility vehicle, the new Cherokee joining the Wagoneer.
It is designated as Arizona 288 and while it does climb high into the Sierra Ancha mountains northeast of Phoenix, only the southern portion of the road is paved
Pick of the Day has been driven less than 51,000 miles since new
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Car accounts for nearly half of the sales total at first-time auction
And not only parts, but entire crate engines, with or without supercharging
The Pick of the Day is 6-cylinder roadster with low mileage and a modest price tag
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