1983 Jeep Cherokee Pioneer 6 cylinder, manual trans, original truck, NO RESERVE!

Price: - Item location: Klamath Falls, Oregon, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Jeep
  • Model: Cherokee
  • SubModel: Pioneer
  • Trim: Cherokee
  • Year: 1983
  • Mileage: 152300
  • VIN: 1JCCM18U0DT053590
  • Color: Cream
  • Engine size: 258 Inline 6 cylinder
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!
Description:

1983 Jeep Cherokee Cherokee

1983 Jeep Cherokee Pioneer
You just don't this anymore, It's as basic as it can get.
258 straight 6, 100% stock.
new plugs, wires, cap, rotor, fuel pump, hoses, belts, radiator, water pump, water neck, air filter, oil filter and oil.This truck runs and drives exactly how it should, you can get in it and drive it anyplace. I also just had a new muffler put on and made sure the exhaust didn't have any leaks.
T-18 4 speed manual.
shifts tight, clutch is good.
NP208 Transfer case.
4 high, 4 low, Neutral, and 2 high, factory manual locking hubs so you can run it in true 2wd. Works just like it should and the 4WD light comes on in the dash when you shift it into 4WD.
Factory paint, no accidents or repaints. It has its fair share of dents and dings, but nothing that detracts from its awesomeness. The roof looks like someone sat on the back of it, I'm almost certain with the headliner removed it will just pop back out. The paint is falling off some spots on the hood and roof. The hood has some dents in it. Manual mirrors.
It has never had a hitch on it.
It does have A/C and it is complete and still hooked up. It doesn't kick on, but it may just need to be serviced and recharged.
I've owned quite a few full size jeeps and this is the only one that I've ever seen with the transfer case shifter mounted on the hump instead of on the side, but it's also the only one I've ever had with a 6 cylinder and a manual trans.
The upholstery isn't that bad for being factory, it's vinyl and from 1983. The carpet is gone, and this truck never had carpet, it was a rubber floor that matched the seats.
The only real rust spot is on the passenger side at the base of the back seat floor at the door sill. It would take this piece to fix it.
http://www.bjsoffroad.com/Floor-Pan-Corner-Piece-Passenger-Side_p_194.html
There's no stereo and no speakers.
It has some decent 31" mud terrain tires that all match that aren't all weather cracked and rotten. I've put a few thousand miles on them over this past winter.
I think it would get over 20 mpg with some nice stock sized highway tires. The best it gets is about 18 the way it is. Which quite frankly is amazing for a full size jeep. Every other Wagoneer with a V8 normally gets 10 if you drive like a grandpa.
It's a cool truck that I'm on the fence about selling. I'm not going to take some lowball offer. It's $4500 NO RESERVE. If you want to buy it now, it's going to need to be more than that.
Clean title in my name. I keep my license plates. Any other questions or need pictures of something else just let me know.
If you need it shipped overseas, I'd be happy to work something out and take it to the nearest port for you.
Good Luck!