I have a 93 Jeep Wrangler with the 4.0 liter straight-6 cylinder and the AX15 5-speed transmission. The Jeep has 90k original miles, and a clean title.
It has quite a bit of aftermarket parts on it, but it also has a few problems, and the price reflects that, more than enough. It has the Dana 30 in the front and a strengthened Dana 35 in the rear.
The Jeep has:
ARB Air Lockers (Front and rear) and On-board compressor
4.56 gear ratio
Super 35 kit- 30 spline (instead of stock 27) Superior Axle shafts
Slip Yoke Eliminator and CV Driveshaft with new U-Joints
35" Pro Comp Mud Terrains on black Crager Soft 8's
JKS Sway Bar Disconnects
Header, and Flowmaster
Racing bucket seats
Hi Lift jack included
Kenwood CD deck
New aluminum radiator; runs cool ALL THE TIME
Warrior Products 12 ga. steel corner guards
Steel Horse sliding windows
Aftermarket rear bumper with 2" reciever (Tow hook in it now)
Probably more that I can't think of at the moment.
The Jeep drives great, I drive it every day to work, it has never left me stranded, its a solid reliable rig, BUT.
It has been on its side. I was the victim of a hit and run soon after I got the Jeep, and I didn't even have insurance yet. Long story short I slid out and hit a curb and it plopped on its side. All problems related to this accident have been fixed, other than the cosmetic defects, which are really pretty minor considering what happened. The corner guards cover what small damage there is on the back, and the door is dented slightly in the upper corner from the mirror under it, The windshield frame has some scratches and the top does too in a few spots. Looking at the Jeep, you wouldn't know what happened, other than a few small things.
It needs a clutch master cylinder installed, which causes the transmission to grind sometimes, is what my mechanic told me.
You will need to take care of smog, right now it has no catalytic converter and a hacked setup to replace it so thats something you'll need to do. I can maybe take care of this.
There are other small things here and there but for the price this is a GREAT Jeep.
I paid $6800 for this Jeep about 6 months ago, and I put about $2000 more into it.
I can take many more pictures upon request. I would be willing to trade for an 87-93 Mustang 5.0 in good shape with equal mileage.
Asking $5250 OBO AS-IS
All pictures were taken after damage occured. The pics with the black wheels is how it looks as of right now, the other pics was before the wheels and corner guards.
Email me with a phone number and I'll get back to you.