Today we go back a couple of decades to feature a 2001 Jeep Wrangler SE.
This one has a rebuilt motor — at 138,000 miles, the total mileage is just over 139K — and a bunch of other new stuff. A new A/C compressor, new alternator and battery, new fuel pump, new Bosch fuel injectors, new ignition parts (plugs, coils, distributor cap, rotor), new brakes (calipers and rotors), new header, new ECM, new Toyo tires, and new fender flares.
Cosmetically, the seller mentions some “Bondo work” but otherwise there doesn’t seem to be a lot to worry about. The seller says he or she had planned to put a new coat of paint on it and keep using it as a daily driver, but they have too many Jeeps so it must go. It apparently runs well, the HVAC works, and so does the 4WD system.
It does have a rear seat — it’s just covered by the tonneau.
It’s a manual with the 2.5-liter four-banger. Check it out here. The ask is $6,000.
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