1994 Geo Tracker (2-Dr Hard Top, Auto, 4x4, Low Miles!)

Price: US $1,225.00 Item location: Norwalk, Connecticut, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Geo
  • Model: Other
  • Type: SUV
  • Trim: Base Hardtop 2-Door
  • Year: 1994
  • Mileage: 66,500
  • VIN: 2CNBJ18U1R6903843
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 1.6L 1588CC 98Cu. In. l4 GAS SOHC Naturally Aspirated
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Safety options: Anti-Lock Brakes
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive, CD Player
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!

1994 Geo Other

Hi all, am selling my 1994 Geo Tracker (Sky Metallic Blue, uto, anual Hubs 4x4, Dr, ard Top).
I am in Connecticut. It only has 66,400+ miles on it and is in great condition. It has been my daily driver for 2 years and it has gotten me through two rough Winters in the Northeast. If you are seriously interested, he best thing to do is to contact me and I will gladly send you more information and pictures. I put together all that and don't want to rehash it on eBay. Very very clean car for its age, ut obviously not showroom perfect. No rust, echanically sound. I made sure oil is changed every 3000 miles, ntire exhaust assembly is practically new, uel filter changed, GR valve changed, alve cover changed, tc. I have all my maintenance records/receipts. Feel free to ask anything.
Again, f you contact me, will send you my entire detailed write up with link to a portfolio of pictures. Just ask.
I know some people like to lift these cars and put big wheels/tires on them. I've seen other people put a snow plow on it and use it to make money in the Winter. It is just a very unique car and people ask me about it occasionally.
The car is currently posted on other web properties as well as offered for sale locally. So I reserve the right to end this auction at any time. If you win the auction, ick up and delivery are on you. Please serious bidders only!
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On Nov-05-15 at 05:14:50 PST, eller added the following information:


Hello again, his is an update on 11/5. I honestly didn't expect people to be bidding on this car so fast. Yet, o one has contacted me for more information and pictures. So I've decided to add more details here and some photos. Again, lease contact me with questions.
Again, he car is sold as is (mechanically sound!), ut I want to make sure you get the full picture too. Sorry, irst time selling a car on eBay. Bear with me.
So in terms of maintenance the last 2 years, he highlights include:

1) Replaced timing belt and water pump immediately after I bought the car

2) Replaced the muffler assembly

3) AC refrigerant was recharged

4) New Uniroyal tires at 50,000 miles (NOTE: I have a set of Winter tires and do change them over. Both sets have plenty of tread left.)

5) Replaced valve cover gasket (oil leak) and driver’s side window regulator

6) Replaced EGR Valve to fix the check engine light issue

7) Fixed rocker panel frame damage caused by a local tire shop

Extra parts that I have:

1) A set of Winter tires

2) A primered front left fender

3) A set of "Tracker" decals

4) A rear door handle cover, ut wrong blue color

Two problems:

1) I think the windshield needs to be completely removed and resealed. (see pictures)

2) Obviously I intended to fix the front left fender panel, ut now a moot point.

On Nov-06-15 at 03:06:12 PST, eller added the following information:

This is an update on 11/6. I have gotten quite a few inquiries about the pictures showing water in the passenger floor area as well as the shifter console. I made a reference in the last update about "the windshield needs to be completely removed and resealed." Let me elaborate a bit more. And as always, eep the questions coming.
Let me quote myself from the document I drafted for the car:

Water leak: When I got the car, noticed it was damp under the passenger side carpet after it rained. Water pooled there. Luckily, here is a drain plug so it is easy to drain the water out. As you can see from the pictures, he floor pan is OK and solid. Anyway, got tired of cleaning it up so I had someone reseal the windshield in the Fall of 2014. To be clear, he person did NOT remove the windshield. He merely applied new sealant all around. He said the windshield is not original and must have been done by some shop like Safelite AutoGlass. Anyway, he situation got a lot better after the resealing. However, have to admit you can still detect a trickle of water into that area when it downpours. Moreover, t seemed to have created another leak spot - directly above the rear view mirror. When it really pours, ater droplets would drip from that spot down. I showed all this in the pictures when I just happened to be in the car when it started to pour. The bottom line is that I’m so used to it that I just keep a towel handy in the car. My recommendation is to get the windshield removed and get it resealed completely.