1994 Jeep Wrangler
Off Road Ready
1994 Jeep Wrangler
- White over Gray with Black Soft Top
- Tastefully Modified
- 350ci/300hp V8
- Thumper cam
- PJ Gear Drive
- 700R4 Transmission
- Power Steering and Power Brakes
- Dana 35 Rear End with 4:11 Gears
- Dana 30 Front End
- Off Road Ready
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“There's only one Jeep.”
Pat Dilworth, chief product planner for the Cherokee and Wrangler Jeeps, put it this way: “Wrangler has a lot going for it: its open body style and its price. We have young, adventurous buyers who really enjoy its fun-to-drive aspects. Wrangler's owners really resist changes in its basic character."
And Autoweek magazine agreed in their 1994 Wrangler review: “In the final analysis… It has more guts than a government mule. Its stubby length, wide stance and torque enable it to do amazing things off-road or in muddy, snowy or icy highway conditions, things that the Japanese upstarts can't do. For all those loyal owners, the Wrangler retains the pure, in-your-face animal magnetism of that 50-year-old war hero.”
Offered here is a substantially upgraded, re-powered, re-equipped, and lifted 1994 Jeep Wrangler in white over gray. Original Wrangler character, taken to a higher level. Completely trail-ready, this highly capable 4x4 was created to take on tough challenges and come home a winner. Its list of upgraded components (presented here) is truly impressive to any serious off-roader. Although actual mileage is unknown, this capable Jeep has 29,400 miles on the build with many more good miles ahead.
The white exterior paint—a classic color for a classic vehicle—is in good condition across all body panels, with light off-roading scars along the lower body. The shine is properly glossy and there is no sign of sun-fading. Black body trim on the fender flares and elsewhere is similarly undamaged and shows well. The black fabric soft to top shows no imperfections and no damage. Cabin glass and all lighting lenses are clear and free of cracks. Factory identification in the way of the embossed-and-black-painted “Jeep” on the body sides is in place and pristine. Matte-black, rear, dual-tubular bumpers and upgraded front off-road bumper (with XBull® 10,000-pound-rated winch and added LED off-road lights) add to both the Jeep's capabilities and its aesthetic appeal. Eight-opening, dish-style, polished metal wheels are mounted with oversized Mickey Thompson® Baja MT 35x12.5 all-terrain tires. No spare tire is mounted.
Inside, gray fabric, vinyl-trimmed seat upholstery on the front high-back buckets and the foldable rear bench seat is clean; only the driver's seat shows wear in the form of a split seam on the cushion. Black carpeting in very good condition covers the cabin floors and continues into the rear cargo area. The B&M® T-bar shift lever for the automatic transmission is floor-mounted alongside the 4WD transfer-case selector lever. The driver's view through the stock, Jeep-branded, brushed-metal-trimmed sport steering wheel, takes in the complete instrumentation (including the AutoMeter® replacement larger separate speedometer and tachometer, and five smaller engine-monitoring gauges as well as an AutoMeter oil-pressure gauge), all arrayed horizontally across the black, padded dash. Slide-lever heat and ventilation levers and a Pioneer® audio head unit (replacing the factory radio) are mounted below the dash. On most surfaces in the cabin, there is little evidence of even normal wear.
Under the hood, a 350-cubic-inch V8, with Outerwears® pre-filtering air cleaner, chrome valve covers, and bare-metal manifold, commands a complete and extremely clean engine bay. All components are properly in place. Viewed from below, the chassis is straight, complete, and free of damage. The center-differential protective plate remains properly mounted and undamaged. Light surface rust is present on some untreated metal.
The original factory-applied vehicle identification and build-data tags remain properly in place. The sale includes the original owner's manual.
While the more than 130 high-definition photographs and the short walk-around-and-startup video available on the GarageKeptMotors website showcase this '94 Jeep Wrangler in detail from every angle, including from below, we expect and encourage in-person inspections at our Grand Rapids, Michigan showroom. Please call to arrange an appointment in advance as our showroom is not open to the public. And feel free to get in touch anytime by phone or email if you have questions.
“It's the first-ever Wrangler and the last of the leaf-spring front-axle Jeeps, so it holds a unique place in Jeep history,” so said the folks at Hagerty about the YJ model. In the case of this substantially upgraded, re-powered, trail-ready, and absolutely unique Jeep, there's a good deal of off-roading history yet to make in the hands of its next owner.