2004 Jeep Wrangler LJ AMC 401 V-8 Dana 60's ORI's


1110 Lighthouse Blvd
Charleston, SC 29412
United States

Price
$22,500.00 (Or Best Offer)
Condition
Used
Quantity Available
1
Category  Off Road Vehicles > Jeep

Description
Look around for the most sought after model jeep to modify and you will quickly learn that the LJ is the hottest jeep out there. It now has it’s own cult following and will be even more popular as the good ones get harder to find.

Where to start???
Let’s go from front to rear in no certain order or importance.
Front:
Warn 8274-50 mounted on a Currie V bumper.
Inside the bumper is one of the transmission coolers
Steering is hydraulic assist, using a CJ style steering box with hydraulic ram on the drag link steering bar
2 round LED driving/fog lights
All DOM steering components with Moog ends
Dana 60 GM (Passenger drop) narrowed 4 inches with Detroit Locker
4.10 gear ratio
35 spline inner and outer shafts. Tereflex locking hubs
2 piece front drive shaft

Engine area:
AMC 401 V-8 engine Holley Sniper EFI, 1970 AMC 390 small chamber heads for higher compression, Edelbrock headers with Moroso Spiral core mufflers exiting in front of rear tires. ( they sound very nice), York Onboard air compressor, Snow water methanol injection system, Milodon 8 quart oil pan, Moroso 3 quart oil pressure accumulator (behind driver seat), 4 row aluminum radiator with electric pusher fan and belt driven puller fan. Power steering cooler.
Dodge truck brake booster /master cylinder. Optima battery # 1 in factory location
TNT Customs Hiline front fenders rockers and corner armor
Custom cut factory hood with vents.

Transmission:
727 Torqueflight built for the engine’s power
Dana 300 with 4:1 reduction gears.
Northwest Fab cable shifter with twin sticks.
12 volt transmission cooler with automatic thermostat.
Custom built flat belly pan ¼ steel, which covers
engine oil pan to rear of transfer case.
4 gallon air pressure tank with air chucks front and rear
Spare front and rear diveshafts

Interior:
Leather seats in excellent condition, including the rear
Jeep Liberty steering wheel (no airbag), Factory nav RB1 GPS stereo, Temp/compass rear view mirror, Autometer mechanical gauges Tach, engine temp, trans temp, vacuum, oil pressure, fuel level, voltage.
OTRATTW custom switch panel, controls, high idle, compressor, rock lights (none installed), engine fan, battery disconnect, battery parallel switch (connects both batteries if needed for starting).
Art Carr shifter mounted on Tuffy locking center console. Also houses on board air pressure guage.
Passenger air bag removed for Ipad mini , acts as speedometer and navigation system.
Set of Half doors with uppers and set of black OEM full doors
Spider web shade, never installed rampage frameless top, GR8TOPS Jeep Jacket.
Optima battery #2 mounted under rear passenger fender, with access door.
12 volt outlet for ARB fridge cooler (fridge not included)

Suspension:
4 ORI 14” travel struts
Rear 4 link using 2” DOM tubing with heim joints
Front 3 link same materials
Measured 1000 on Metal Cloak’s corner travel index trailer

Rear:
Dana 60 narrowed about 5” with 35 spline Dutchman axles
Disc brakes
Gear ratio 4.10 with spool
Sniper Fab Works heavy duty diff cover integrated in suspension mount
Rear bumper SWAG offroad frame cover style with receiver.
Factory fuel tank with Savvy aluminum skid plate
Exogate tailgate hinges by GR8TOPS
Round LED tail lights

Tires: 39.5 x 12.5 x 17 Interco IROK’s
Wheels: Trailready aluminum 17 x 8 beadlocks

Oh, and the jeep.
Was a wrecked 2004 Wrangler that had frame damage, so I sourced an undamaged frame and installed it under the tub.
The jeep was finished in 2010 it took about 9 months start to finish.
There isn’t another one exactly like it anywhere.
It runs very strong, will go just about anywhere you point it, and will run as fast as you want on or off the road.
The suspension is very soft and handles bumps with ease. On the rocks, it flexes well and climbs like a cat.
The jeep does not like days with 100 degree temps, it has never overheated, but will if it is left idling in the sun, it will immediately cool off once the rev’s are up or going down the road. This has never been a problem for me, but want any prospective buyer to be aware. It also needs to run on high octane fuel 90 or better, if you want the engine to be at it’s most potential, it will run fine on less, but the timing will need to be brought back a little.
I have no idea of the miles on the running gear, but it was mostly a rock crawler, so no where near it’s age. The engine axles, transmission and transfer case were in my old CJ-7 for about 7 or so years. It was never a daily driver at any point, always trailered to and from the trails. It has been in car shows and competition events, always attracts attention.
It is currently titled as a 1984 CJ-7 but will include the dash VIN and title for 2004 Wrangler LJ.

I am not using this jeep to it’s fullest potential, I hate to sell it, but my priorities have changed. Please ask any questions or request specific pics. My description above is pretty accurate, but may have left off a few items. Will edit as they come to me.
Asking $22,500 or best reasonable offer. You can't build this jeep for this price..

Possible to include tandem axle aluminum trailer with additional $$
No trades right now.

Shipping is the buyer’s responsibility, payment must be in full before the jeep leaves my possession.
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