A newbie here,
I have a shot to buy an 87 YJ Wrangler for $800
It has 125,000 miles, It's a 6-cylinder automatic, has AC, PS, PB and tilt-wheel
Body is decent, no frame rust, minimal exterior body rust, only interior rust is a small hole on drivers side.
Under the hood looks unmodified, stock air cleaner is there, etc.
I noticed when I sit in it, and am holding onto the steering wheel that my left arm feels very close to the drivers door.
Upon further inspection when I looked where the steering column emerges from the dash, it looks like it is spaced more to the left. Kinda looks like someone grabbed the steering wheel and it pulled over to the left.
If I look at the spacing where the column emerges from the dash, it looks like a lotta space on the right, but on the left it's almost rubbing on the plastic dash cover.
Is this indicative of a big problem??
Or can I look for the column mounts, loosen them and realign the column.
Can anyone tell me what I need to look for (i.e. problem areas) in a used YJ before I decide if I am gonna buy this jeep?