1975 Jeep J20, 360ci motor, completely rebuilt

1975 Jeep J20, 360ci motor, completely rebuilt. Balanced, heads surfaced, valve job, Edelbrock performer plus cam, lifters, valve springs, timing set, edelbrock performer intake, edelbrock carb. New pistons, crank polished, long block assembled by local machine shop AMC gear head. Mallory Uni-Lite distributor, promaster coil. Everything in this motor was brand new and put together right. I have every receipt for everything in and around the motor to prove it. About $3,000 worth with machine shop bill. Motor has roughly 10,000 miles at most on it. Nothing but Mobile 1 synthetic ran through it since assembly and changed every 1500 miles. I planned on keeping it forever. The truck itself is definitely unique, Jeep J20's are one of the coolest trucks in my opinion to lift and put mudders on. I put floor pans in it, welded metal in box, put new leaf springs on it. Gonna need shocks, and the front diff. is welded for the springs to run above diff, but the rough country leaf springs I bought were too stiff and had to run them back down below front diff. Front drive shaft wasn't long enough. I went through 3 sets of springs when they were ran above diff. It would just tear them up.? Has new fast shafts front drive shaft. 4 wheel drive works great. Has a granny tranny with Dana 60 posi in rear and Dana 44 front. It has 33x15.5x16.5 TSL SX Swampers on it. 3 of them are 25% tread at best and one almost new. Yeah had a blow out and at $325 a tire one was all I could afford at the time. Put a clutch in it when motor was done. Has flowmasters on it with newer set of headers and new pipe ran to mufflers at exhaust shop. This J20 had gas tank in box and it rusted out so I bought after market tank for that truck and with exhaust and what not that has been the biggest pain of all. The truck just needs some time and effort which I no longer have to put towards the truck. The truck will be hard to let go, but its time. In the head on pic I submitted the left rear tire was about flat, that's why its got that lean to it.   $2,500 not a penny less and thats a steal.






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