CALL OF DUTY! 1984 Jeep J10 4x4 Fuel Injected 5.9 Overdrive Trans 37's Buckeye, AZ

West Coast Mags

Asking $8,000 obo * located in Buckeye, AZ 85326 * can deliver nationwide for a fee. Email is best:

1984 Jeep J10 4x4 Pick Up - Call of Duty / Black Opps / Bug Out type truck. The truck runs, drives, stops, and gets thumbs up and turns heads. It has a swapped in fuel injected 5.9 (360) engine from a 1995 Dodge Pickup same as used in the 5.9 Jeep Grand Cherokees of the same year, and has the four speed automatic overdrive trans and NP231 transfer case from a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee. We did not do the install, it was done by the previous owner. The swap was done very clean, has the ECM on the passenger fenderwell, OBDII port is under the dash. The truck has headers, and a new custom exhaust Magnaflow muffler etc. The gauge cluster, steering column, fuel pump are from a the vehicle the motor came from. The truck has new 6" lift springs in the front, lift blocks in the rear. The tires are new 37x12.50x16.5 Goodyear Wrangler military on new black powercoat steel crawler wheels, new lug nuts, wheel locks and valve stems. It has power brakes, front disc brakes, lock out hubs, Dana 44 front axle, AMC rear axle power steering, and the 5.9 air conditioning compressor on the motor. We have the Jeep Grand Cherokee under dash A/C system loose not installed, the previous owner planned to retrofit the newer system into the truck. The seat was professionally recovered, interior is black, exterior is black, there are dents and dings all along the truck, but it is a rust free AZ truck - check out the pics of the rocker panels and chassis. Paint job is amateur, perfectly fine for an offroad type truck. Fuel cell and new 37" spare tired mounted in bed of the truck. Metal fab light rack with four new KC 8" offroad lights - not wired in. I have a signed, clear, notarized Arizona title. The mileage for the truck on the title does not match the mileage on the gauge cluster that was swapped in from the donor truck.

This is a bad to the bone pick up - very tough looking - has a Call of Duty / Black Opps / Zombie Killer bug out tough look to the truck. Probably best used as an offroad or back country wheeler or trail vehicle, good for local cruises, I wouldn't say this a highway or daily commuter vehicle. We have to sell off some trucks, if we were keeping it we would wire up the offroad lights, replace the transmission mount, and come up with a different fuel pump system, the truck currently has the stock mopar pump and regulator in the fuel cell, an aftermarket unit would be an upgrade, and we would locate the plastic trim pieces for the dodge steering column.


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