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05-17-2007 06:24 PM
4Jeepn
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Originally Posted by daddyjeep View Post
This Jeep has an auto tranny,.
Him.. seems my reading skills sucked the other day....thanks for pointing that one out... The auto should be okay.
05-17-2007 11:27 AM
daddyjeep This Jeep has an auto tranny, which I believe is a good unit. This is the same Jeep I have. The transfer case is the oddball NP-207, which has no aftermarket support that I know of. If you ever want more than 4" of lift you will need a new T-case. Also, the carb will need replaced, the stock carb is notoriously junk. You can get a weber for a few hunded bucks or fuel injection for a grand. I hate to throw all the negative points at you, but you need to know.

That price does seem a bit high to me, but like GrandpaJeeper said check out KBB.com, Edmunds.com, and NADA.com to get a good idea of what it is really worth. Any extras might increase the value a little bit.
05-17-2007 04:55 AM
4Jeepn The 87 used the much disliked BA10 transmission., and the np 207(?) T-case as I recall which are both a bit odd ball units. Thus check it out really really good if you decided you want to buy it. If I where looking for a YJ I would look at 91 and newer, for Fuel injection vs carb's. But if you looking to strip everything off and the body is not to bad then it might be a good deal.
05-16-2007 10:09 PM
Grandpa Jeeper
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Hello all question i'm looking at a 87 wrangler auto 4.2 v6 101000 miles 1" lift very little rust...hard top..cd...they are asking 3600$ far price? how low do you think i should go?
check the Kelly Blue Book on line. It is adjusted for geography, local market, mileage and optional features. I live in Arizona and got an 88 YJ with 4.2 6I (258 CID) with two different soft tops with 155,000 miles for $3800 and was happy to find one so cheap.
05-16-2007 09:57 PM
amerijeep I wish I could help you, but I really am not famiiar with the engine on the early YJs. I would say that is probably a bit more than I would pay.

I'd start at offering $2700, if it were me. If you see very little rust, there is tons of it you can't see. Hard to find a jeep as old as that with no rust though.

Good luck.
05-16-2007 09:02 PM
kcheck
good deal?

Hello all question i'm looking at a 87 wrangler auto 4.2 v6 101000 miles 1" lift very little rust...hard top..cd...they are asking 3600$ far price? how low do you think i should go?

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