Gateway Classic Cars is happy to show off this 1993 Jeep YJ for
sale. This YJ has been in the same hands since 2016 and they have
upgraded tons on it! Powered by a Small Block Chevy, Crate V8 Motor
and backed by a AX15 5 Speed Manual Transmission with a GM11
Flywheel and External slave Hydraulic Clutch. Backed by a East
Coast Gear Supply Ford 8.8 rear axel with posi traction and 4:10
gears. All sitting on a Rebuilt Suspension with Rough Country 4.5''
Jeep X-series Lift springs and shocks. The Frame is a Throttle Down
Kustom Frame with 2 x 4'' rectangular 3/16'' wall 8500 tubing that
was hot dipped galvanized and then coated with POR Black and Flat
Dessert Tan paint. The Exterior features a Custom front bumper with
a winch platform as well as a Custom rear bumper with swingout tire
carrier and built in hitch receiver. They performed a round
headlight conversion grafting TJ grill shell onto the YJ core and
added custom LED turn signals. The Rear stop and turn signals are
LED too! Painted in Desert Sand with a Camo Wrap and a Rough County
Canvas top with Zip in windows. The interior features a Custom dash
with Digital Intellitronix Gauges and GPS. You have a Custom
Steering Wheel with Tilt Wheel with upgraded radios and speakers
and a Highway 15 wiring system.
1993 Jeep YJ5
Exterior Color:Desert Tan/Army Digital Camo
Interior Color:Desert Tan-Black
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