Jeep 1986 1986 - Jeep Cj - Bakersfield (Homaker Park) - Cars for sale, used cars for sale, Bakersfield (Homaker Park) - 1858109


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Jeep 1986 1986 - Jeep Cj - Cars for sale, used cars for sale

Ref. number: 1858109 Updated: 01-12-2014 06:56

Price: 10 000 USD $

Offering: Cars for sale, used cars for sale in United States, California, Bakersfield (Homaker Park)

86 Jeep CJ 7. I have put a lot of money in this Jeep over the past year and due to some unforeseen circumstances I have to sell it. I hope it will find a new owner that will cherish it as much as I have. Little history on the Jeep. I purchased it from the original owners son. He said is parents got it new and mainly used it as a tow vehicle. He had it for a few years and used it to commute and minor trail driving. He said the original seats broke so he installed some Master-craft Racing seats. Those were the first thing I replaced. He told me he loved the Jeep but had issues getting it to pass smog and kept taking it to different shops with no luck so he decided to sell it. Its been in southern California most of its life. When I got it, the Jeep was in great shape, besides the seats. There were 2 large CB antennas on the rear and the paint was faded all over with the clear coat starting to peal off on the hood. It had some Rancho Shocks and BFG tires. It was a good running Jeep, just ran real rich. I replaced the distributor and carburetor with new replacements. Not re manufactured units, but NEW. I also added a MSD ignition box and coil. Replaced the O2 sensor, CTS, and EGR valve. With a little adjusting the Jeep passed the CA emissions test with ease. Then it went up hill from there. I started with the Axles, The rear was the stock Model 20. Early production 1986. I know they were weak. I swapped the gears to 4.10 and added a Detroit Locker and 1 piece axles with all new bearings and seals. The front was also swapped with 4.10 gears and a locker also. I then added a 4" lift kit with ProComp MX6 adjustable shocks all the way around. I purchased some 15x8 REV steel wheels and 33x12.50R15 Kumho Mud tires to top off the lift. I drove it around a bit then decided to have it repainted. The body was stripped down and all the trim, glass, door parts and everything that could be removed taken off for a cleaner job. I knew I was replacing the factory tire carrier so I had the body shop weld the factory holes to the original tire carrier and the CB antennas. The body and frame were rust free and in great shape. While the Jeep was at the shop getting done I stated ordering parts. I decieded since I was doing a 4500 dollar paint job on the Jeep, I might as well replace all the parts that looked worn. All the rubber parts are new. I swapped most of the chrome trim with all black parts. Weather stripping was all new. I found a 95 Wrangler family roll bar to swap out the factory one. New deluxe carped, bestop front seats, new dash pad, all new door hardware and trim. Leather door panels. VDP sound bar with the 6 speaker system and map lights. Pioneer Bluetooth in dash radio with Pandora. All exterior lights are new, with front halo LED and 6000K hid bulbs. Thousands of dollars later the Jeep was back from the shop and I started assembling it. Front and rear bumpers were replaced. Rear is a ball bearing tire carrier mounted to the frame with a hitch. Front is a stamped steal Smittybuilt unit. I had all the windows tinted when the glass was out of the Jeep. The top was repainted also. All the dash lights were replaced with SMD LED bulbs for brighter lighting at night. The flares were all replaced with new units. Front calipers, rotors, bearings, and pads are all new.

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