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1982 Jeep Scrambler Base Chevy 350 Fuel Injected Auto

Make: Jeep
Model: Other
Type: SUV
Trim: Base Sport Utility 2-Door
Year: 1982
Mileage: 163,136
VIN: 1JCCM88E4CT010077
Engine: Chevy 350 (86 Icoc Camaro) Fuel Injected
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Seward, Nebraska, United States

1982 Jeep Other Additional Info:


Posting my 1982 Jeep Scrambler for sale. Full Carfax available, clear title.
This Jeep body has some rust and is not perfect. Mechanically solid though. Solid frame, very dependable.
Spring-Over axle lift.
Fuel Injected Chevy 350 (From 89 Iroc Camaro)
T-350 Auto Transmission (Chevy)
Ford 9" Rear end.
New for 2015: (All prices at my cost, parts only for personally installed, employee cost on labored items. I work for a dealer.)
Pocket Style fender flares. ($300)
Smittybilt XRC Winch (9500 lb.) & Mounting plate. ($405)
Rugged Ridge Rear facing fold/tumble seat. w/Rear seat belt. ($200)
New rear tail lamps and marker lamps ($90)
Custom snorkel/PVC.
+more I'm sure I can't remember.
I have the Jeep stored at my brothers place in Dave, but can have it in Seward if needed. I can also get more detailed pics after I get it out. Posting what I have for now.
10/23/15 Serviced front/rear diff, transfer case, repacked wheel bearings, replace front diff gears (chipped tooth), install new speedo cable. ($700)
9/4/15 Serviced Transmission ($70)
7/15/15 - Replaced rear brake shoes, rear wheel cylinder, installed all new extended brake lines. Replaced throttle position sensor. Installed rear differential spool. Service fluids. ($1300)
3/3/15 Installed 4 tires (used) on new wheels
8/15/14 Passed Missouri state inspection. All fluids checked.
There is a lot of good on the body, but some previous rust damage that I was going to repair or put armor over, but looking for something different to build next. Left rear corner and some of bed has most need Of TLC. Starts perfectly, even the factory clock still works. Levi interior is pretty good for the age. The yellow paint was put over some newer body work that was done by previous owner. Painted to keep it solid. STill has a ways to go, but looks decent and is solidly built. Wonderful 350/350 conversion. Check Engine light works great, found a TPS issues that I had corrected.

This is no show Jeep. It works perfectly in a river bottom, in a pasture, or wherever you want to have fun with it. Too much fun, but need to move on.

Not hiding anything, please look over all pics and let me know if you have any questions. Also posted locally so I reserve the right to end the auction at anytime. (Until reserve is hit.)