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Old 06-03-2020, 02:28 PM
Tommy_Callahan Tommy_Callahan is offline
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1981 Wagoneer Limited

I recently listed this on Hemmings.com, but would be willing to take a lower price if sold via this forum. Asking $16,500. Located in Houston, TX 77009 zip.

1981 with what I believe is ~66,700 miles (I have CarFax and owners manual with notes to mileage). Details and link to pics, cold start video and CarFax below.

No rot, just surface rust on underside of floor pans.
AMC 360
TF 727
Motorcraft 2150
New paint and vinyl siding (re-used trim)
Just about everything works

Pros:
-Runs and drives very well (carb gone through and tuned)
-Interior is in amazing shape
-A/C converted to R134a and works very well
-new paint
-new siding
-No rot (dry, North TX truck)
-new water pump
-new trans pan w/ drain plug
-Ignition consumables have been replaced
-All windows work (tailgate works at both switches)
-brakes gone through and pads replaced
-extra set of keys
-New Speakers
-Period aftermarket head unit with BT via wired FM modulator

Cons:
-leaf springs are original
-gas tank leaks slightly when filled to capacity
-Trans pan gasket leaks very slightly (used cheap one that came with new pan)
-PO cut dash to install single DIN head unit

Link to pics and other info:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/v9ttzyxxl...ih8qZRIEa?dl=0
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Old 06-03-2020, 09:12 PM
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looks good.
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Old 06-04-2020, 09:11 AM
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ristow is right,....again....

that is a fine all original wagoneer....

I see you used 3m di-noc marine teak for woodgrain,....

a fine product, better than any digitally printed repro stuff out there now.

rare to see original deep pile carpet still in that good of shape,....

again, very solid wagoneer,.....good luck with the sale.

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Old 06-04-2020, 12:31 PM
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ristow is right,....again....

that is a fine all original wagoneer....

I see you used 3m di-noc marine teak for woodgrain,....

a fine product, better than any digitally printed repro stuff out there now.

rare to see original deep pile carpet still in that good of shape,....

again, very solid wagoneer,.....good luck with the sale.

dave in NC
Thank you Dave, and Ristow. I appreciate the compliments.
I did use the 3M Dinoc, per the threads here.

Happy to field any questions from potential buyers as well.
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Old 06-05-2020, 08:22 PM
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Can anyone post the pics? I can't get them to load here.
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Old 06-06-2020, 09:15 AM
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Can anyone post the pics? I can't get them to load here.
I just sent a PM with the DropBox link to the pics.
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