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Old 09-29-2022, 05:34 PM
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1988 GW for sale

Here's your foundation for a rewarding restoration of a Jeep Grand Wagoneer.
Going to the link below you will see the photos show a solid and complete Jeep that has endured too many years languishing in the sun. It was parked after a visit to the mechanic and in the following years the electrical system has suffered and the vehicle will not turn over with a fresh battery. There is a small rust spot on the lower rear of the left rear quarter panel other wise the metal is good, the frame is clean. Make this shine or use it for parts, either way this is a viable patient or a willing donor.

My 88 GW

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