Jeep Wrangler YJ Chevy SBC Vortec L31 350 1 Ton Axles 46" Tires, lockers, armor

Price: US $14,995.00 Item location: Clearwater, Florida, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Jeep
  • Model: Wrangler
  • Type: SUV
  • Trim: Base Sport Utility 2-Door
  • Year: 1991
  • Mileage: 120,000
  • VIN: 2J4FY19P7MJ114042
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 1999 Chevy L31 V8 Vortec 359
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive, Convertible
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1991 Jeep Wrangler

After 3 years and over $40,000 invested (with receipts on most everything!), have to abandon my dream Jeep project in the last few weeks of it's build. I'm moving out of state as soon as my house sells, hich looks like it will be in the next 4-5 weeks. I can't take it with me (divorcing, ownsizing to a small apartment with no garage). I'm working on getting it finished, ut it's probably 95% there. I have most everything to finish it (and all the extras are included) except time, s I'm trying to finalize a number of projects at work and am putting in 80+ hour weeks to do so. The axles alone on this Jeep are worth a good portion of my asking price! Please make offers. Obviously, his will need to be towed and you will need a truck/SUV to carry all of the extra parts. There is a half of a 1 car garage full of extra parts! VIN # is 2J4FY19P7MJ114042 and the odometer (which is really just the frame and what's left of the body) is around 120,000 (maybe less). Everything else has 0 miles/fresh built/rebuilt except the tires I bought used.
Body/Frame:
1991 Jeep YJ, hrough there's not much left of the YJ other than the body and frame
Poison Spyder Armor plating in the comp cut rears
WRC Tube Fender Fronts
Expanded metal radiator grill
Heavy duty 1/4 metal square tube side steps with chain steps
1" Body lift (prothane)
Custom built 1/4" sealed bumpers front and rear, ront with large stinger
Hard Doors with full steel uppers
Bikini top with rail system (bikini needs to be put back on)
Duster Desk/Tonneau for rear, o make it sealed up (again, eeds to be installed)
Full NHRA-passed rollcage, uilt by local rollcage fabricator Ron Thompson in St. Pete
Reinforced frame to roll cage tie-ins (included, ot installed yet), indshield tie-in (done)
CJ tailgate (Dropdown, ike a pickup truck)
1/4" thick Barnes 4WD skid plate
Snorkel with all included piping (outside installed, nside to be done)
All Grade 8 Hardware throughout the build
Motor:
Chevy 350 (Vortec L31 from a Yukon), pgraded Vortec spyder, ew starter, ll new internal parts. Completely built from scratch/block and new components by professional machine shop (Sigma7 Motorworks of Clearwater). It's fully assembled and needs belts/hoses installed to run, ncluded in the sale
Custom mapped ECU/computer to eliminate all the sensors and maximize torque (in box, eeds to be installed, omes with two sets of wiring haresses).
Needs oil and other fluids topped off, ncluded in the sale
Chevy High capacity Aluminum Radiator with 2 speed Taurus Electric Fan (radiator installed, eeds fan installed/wired)
Transmission:
SM465 Manual Trans, .55:1 Crawl Gear
Custom frame brace for the trans separate of just having the skid plate)
Professionally Built and Installed by Sigma7 Motorworks of Clearwater (all new internals, onverted from 2WD to 4WD)
Left dry after rebuilt, eeds fluid added to it, hich is included in the sale
Transfer Case:
NP205 Transfer case, ulti-position clocking ring, 350 output front/1410 output back
Professionally Built and Installed by Sigma7 Motorworks of Clearwater
Twin stick conversion (internals done, eeds to be bolted up from the top, eady to install)
Left dry after rebuilt, eeds fluid added to it, hich is included in the sale
NOTE: Driveshafts have not been purchased yet. That is the one piece of these you would need. I use CJ Tatton for shafts usually, ut you can have any shaft maker provide these. I would recommend a double cardon shaft front and back, hough the angles are not so extreme that a non-CV shaft would work too).
Steering: (installed from column to pitman, ll else needs to be finished)
Hydro Ram setup (needs to be installed)
Heavy gauge skid plate/steering mount (needs to be welded to axle)
Chromoly tubes for the steering components (needs to be cut/installed)
Durango Gearbox, eady to tap for the hydrosteer (needs to be installed)
All plumbing/connections for the hydro (needs to be installed)
Kingpin elimination and high steer setup (installed)
Steering Box Armor (1/4" heavy duty plate, ot installed)
Wheels and tires:
46" Michelin XML tires. 3 are in good shape, has rim leak/needs to be replaced
20" XD wheels (aluminum)
8 lug low profile lug nuts (includes box of standard lug nuts too in the 9/16 thread pattern)
Front Axle:
Dana 60 Chevy Front
Detroit Locker
5.13:1 Gears
Chromoly shafts
Manual Lockout Hubs
Heavy duty Yukon u-joints
EBC Rotors
EBC Yellow Stuff Pads
1350 Yoke
Redline Shockproof Gear Oil
Rear Axle:
Corporate 14 Bolt, haved to 1/4" and filled to maximize strength
Detroit Locker
5.13:1 Gears
Chromoly shafts
Disc Brake conversion
Barned 4WD truss
EBC Rotors
EBC Yellow Stuff Pads
1410 Yoke
Redline Shockproof Gear Oil
Suspension:
Rubicon Express Lift Springs, .5" in front, .5" in rear. These are offset cherokee springs to push the wheelbase out to approximately 104" or so. Comes with a full set of 1" lift Cherokee Springs as well, ever installed, ith full bushing set.
WFO mounts/perches/wedges
All prothane bushings
Bilstein Shocks (5150s front, 100s rear), n extra 5150 included. Rears are installed. Front hoops need to be welded on and installed.
M.O.R.E. (Mountain Offroad Engineering) Anti-wrap ladder for the rear (currently not installed, as mounting plates in place, eeds to be bolted back in)
Fuel:
20 Gallon Fuel Cell, ounted in rear of tub
Walbro external pump (needs to be installed)
Existing hard fuel lines in place, raided lines included
Electrical:
Dual Platinum Batteries (bought new in 2013, ever have been charged/ran/hooked up, s new)
Manual on/off/both selector (marine grade, igh amp)
high amp alternator (250 amp, believe, rom PowerMax)
Led Tail lights (recessed into the armor)
Led side lights (half of them installed, alf ready to install, eeds wired up to switches, ll wire and components here)
Led rock lights (need to be installed)
Needs lead wires ran to starter/distro block (not done yet, g and 4g wire included)
LED License Plate Light (installed, eeds to be hooked up to power)
(4) KC lights (not installed, eplaced with the LEDs but included)
CB Radio with antenna and wiring (about half hooked up, n overhead console)
Interior:
Double D Fabrication Overhead console with switches for all lighting, ack welded to the cage
Double D Flat Dash with VDO Old Tyme Gauges and sending units
Switch panel for the winch control inside (installed, n dash, eeds to be wired)
Corbeau JP seat (not installed yet, rivers side, till in plastic). No seat for passenger (was going to run as a comp buggy, o no passenger needed, an get one and install it as nothing is blocking it from being installed. Does include the seat risers/sliders for the passenger side.).
5 point harness for driver's seat, eatbelts included for both driver and passenger
Largo Ammo Can Center Console/Lock Box (included, eeds to be bolted to floor)
(2) Ammo can mounts for FAT 50 cans (bolted to rear floor, or your tools/accessories)
Wooden Steering wheel
Recovery:
Warn M8000 Winch (installed, ever used, s new) with remote and local control switches
Tow hooks at both ends (heavy gauge 3/4" d-rings)
Several heavy duty Straps/Leads
10 Ton Snatchblock
Hi-Lift 60" recovery jack on custom mount on back of rollcage with poly stabilization base
20L Jerry can with mount (not installed, n Jeep)
Extras:
Lots of extra hardware and parts (trusses, inks, ounting tabs, tc. Probably $1000+ worth of extra hard parts)
Extra seals, aces, earings and "soft parts" from the various axle and other component builds
Extra u-joints
Extra pulleys and hard parts
Two engine harnesses (one stripped to work with the computer, ne stock for reference)
Two large crates of "Jeep Stuff", andom accessories like mirrors and finish items
Reference manuals/books for the build
These parts all have ZERO miles on them. They were assembled either at my house or at Just Jeeps (Largo) or at Sigma7 Motorworks. The donor Jeep had around 110k on it (4 cylinder, one stock) but, s I said, he only "original" Jeep left is the frame and body (and most of the body has been uparmored/altered). I have at least $15,000 worth of labor receipts from Sigma7 alone, ot including the axles (bought as shells, ebuilt completely new both front and rear), he motor (again, ebuilt from a donor block), rans, ransfer case... when I had this done, wanted it to be bulletproof and I paid to have every piece of it disassembled and all new parts put in so there was no chance of it breaking on the trail.
It kills me to have to sell this Jeep. Unfortunately, uch like my autocross project car I'm selling and my house, hese are things I can't keep as part of the divorce and I plan on leaving the state as soon as they are all gone. If you wanted the most capable Wrangler built with the best parts, his is your chance to get it at a fraction of the build price. All offers considered. I have an offer for it now which I'm not happy with, ut I'll default to that offer if I can't get closer to my asking price by the time the house sells.