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Thread: Jeep Wagoneer is worth ?

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    I unloaded all the junk out of it today.


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    Luckily the key to fit the locking lug nuts was still there.


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    The door panel and others and the bumper jack were in the back.


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    I found the lever for the hi/lo range.


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    Just more some more pictures.


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    And last of the pictures


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    Proof that this vehicle came from California. Chain to lock the hood. Hoping maybe they'll go to the next vehicle to get batteries for the low rider



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    This thread really helped with my post count
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    James,
    Maybe you can get the AC working.
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    I'm not much good with snakes, crocs. etc.. I've held a couple of small snakes, and even a small croc., and been fairly close to big ones in the wild in a couple of African countries, but I gotta tell you they really scare me. I've done it just to see if I could, or because I happened to be canoeing past them on a river, but it's test to be near them for me.
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    I had a Jeep J-10 some years ago.It had a 360 motor and Dana 44 axles.I will have to admit it was one of the best trucks i have ever owned.It also had Quadratrac,and if you hit the gas leaving a green light,the back of your head would hit the back window.I had a kit put in it so you could have just the rear pulling instead of all 4 wheels at one time.It was nice until it rained,then the back end would just spin and i had very little traction,but over all a great truck.If the wagoneer rides as good as the pickup,you will be happy with the vehicle when it is restored.Oh,and you can have all them rattlesnakes.I would end up hurting myself trying to get away from them.
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