1973 Jeep Wagoneer has spent most of its life our west in Arizona and Texas. Powered by a 360 V8 with plenty of power to cruise or off-road.
1973 Jeep Wagoneer is a true survivor with credit to the Arizona and Texas climate where it had spent most of its life. This Jeep has a unique history, with previous use by the United States Forest Service. The turquoise paint comes directly from the Forest Service, signs of the original Olive paint can be found in the interior. Powered by a refreshed 360 V8 makes for plenty of power. A new exhaust system makes for a quiet ride. A new gas tank stores the fuel that is fed into an efficient reliable 2-barrel carburetor. The 3-speed automatic transmission shifts well along with the transfer case and locking hubs.
The seats and door cards have been reupholstered in camo fabric and tan leather. Comfortable bench seats with seat belts all around. All roll up windows function well along with the rear electric window inside the tailgate. Vintage air conditioning has been installed which provides a modern air conditioning system with a classic look.
Being a truck that has spent most of its life in a dry climate the body and chassis have been well preserved with patina that cannot be replicated and very solid frame. One small rust spot on the driver floorboard had been repaired some years ago. Chrome is in excellent condition featuring a roof rack and rear wind deflector.
All around a great turnkey classic 4×4 truck that is very simple, capable, and surprisingly comfortable. Light steering and the automatic transmission make this Jeep easy to drive to any skill level driver. Tires, brakes, engine, gas tank, air conditioning, and interior has all been addressed.
Price: $17,000 USD
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