2001 Jeep Wrangler

4.0-litre six with LPG; manual 'box; 75,366 miles; smart condition with meaty tyres; serviced October 2021 and ready for action!

Supplied new by Swain & Jones of Farnham in November 2001 this rugged looking TJ series Jeep Wrangler comes to us in desirable Sport spec and is fitted with the powerful 4.0 litre AMC 242 Powertech i6 straight-six engine which develops 174bhp driving all 4-wheels with diff locks, Hi and Lo-range via 5-speed NV-3550 manual transmission and a (standard) Dana-35 rear axle (a Dana-44 3.73 ratio rear axle was optional).

The truck looks impressive sitting on its large, chunky all-terrain Kumho tyres and black Modular wheels which match the black paint work of the vehicle, black bumper bars, side step bars and twin front spot lights.

Inside, we find charcoal fabric seats, radio/CD and of course, the removable soft-top with roll up rear screen for those warm days we’ll no doubt soon all be missing. The Wrangler looks have been fitted with an LPG system although there is no documentation relating to its installation or use.

Within the history file, we find the V5C showing 5-former keepers to the current Devon based owner of the last 12 months, the owner’s pack and service book revealing an impressive 11 stamps, the last in October 2021 at 75,049 miles, just c.300 miles ago, the Wrangler currently showing 75,366 miles plus 9 old MOTs and the current valid until April 2022 with no advisories recorded. The MOT history suggests the car to have covered less than 4,000 miles over the last 5 years.

Ready to be enjoyed what ever the weather this chunky Wrangler oozes street cred and ability come rain, snow or sun.

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Reg No: RK51LFX
Chassis Number: 1J4F4N9511P363037
Engine Size: 3960
Docs: V5C; owner's pack & service book with 11 stamps; invoice; 9 old MOTs; current MOT April-22 with no advisories

Estimate: £8,000+

Lot 115

Lot ended

Thursday 28/10/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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