Newer steel gray paint, a trail-ready interior, a Chevy small block V8, and the right chassis upgrades means this 1987 Jeep Wrangler is a 4x4 with flash AND substance.
You know this off-roader means business the moment you lay eyes on it. The gray paint has a great metallic element that tells you there has been some serious investment in this Jeep. But at the same time, it doesn't betray the kind of granite-like earthtones that look great on these trail kings. Plus, there's plenty of features you'll love off-road, including the four-inch lift in the suspension, Warn Rock Slider rocker guards, diamond plate tank guard, and Warn Rock Crawler bumpers built for towing/hauling. Plus, the full Bestop soft top with half doors means nature can always stay on the outside. But even with all of this rough-n-ready appearance, this Jeep is also ready for a night on the town. The cool red roll bar, custom flush taillights, and bright American Racing wheels add a touch of class. So no matter a night amongst the stars, or a night on the town, this Wrangler is ready to impress.
The interior has been comfortably customized to get down to business. The Jeep experts at Bestop also provided durable material to make the seats look far newer, and the whole floor is covered in tough Rhino Liner. When you slip behind the Grant GT sports steering wheel, the upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo gives this Jeep a premium feeling. Plus, power steering means it's easy to maneuver on a night on the town. But then you spot features like the new tach and the B&M shifter for the transfer case, and it becomes clear indication that there is something special under the hood.
For versatile power and limitless potential, it's hard to beat the Chevy small block 350 V8. So it's nice to see the upgrade under the hood of this nicely built Jeep. The nearly bulletproof powerplant benefits from the addition of performance components such as an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock aluminum intake, and shorty headers. The upgraded V8 and throaty Flowmaster dual exhaust system give the Jeep a hint of muscle car growl. There's even an electric fuel pump and aluminum radiator to make sure this upgrade remains faithful and cool out on the trail. Wranglers are the off road kings, so the three-speed automatic transmission is linked to a two-speed transfer case for true 4x4 ability. As you expect from a Jeep like this, there has been a serious investment in upgrading its capacity on the trail. There's a Dana 30 front axle and a Dana 35 rear. In between are components like a Warrior Products one-inch lift shackle reversal system, front vacuum eliminator kit, and Advance Adapters drive shaft angle reduction kit. The final pieces to this total off-road package are front disc brakes and a set of Kenda Klever M/T tires with an aggressive tread.
Complete with build receipts that detail how even more trail-ready components have gone into this Jeep, you're looking at a terrific 4x4 that's priced for far less than you could build it yourself. So you know you need to hurry to grab this deal. Call now!!