I also own an 87 wrangler... to me, its great. I especially love it for the four wheel drive. We get some pretty bad winters in Pa and we seem to be the only ones on the road during winter strorms, me and my wrangler and my brother and his cherokee. We are jeep fanatics. We've haven't had any bad luck with our jeeps (knock on wood!)
I have recently purchased a 87 Wrangler that had a wiring fire. Can anyone tell me where to get a complete wiring harness for it? email@example.com Would greatly appreciate it.
I also have an 87 Wrangler. Purchased it used with 87,000 miles, it has been a blast. Two small problems, had to replace serpentine belt and the fan clutch. Other than that it has been trouble free. I would not hesitate to get into it and drive anywhere, it has been very dependable. I think if you keep up on your maintenance, you should have many miles of fun trouble free years ahead.
Hi, I am looking at a 1987 Jeep with 180,000+ miles on it for about $2,000. It has a hard top, is automatic, and appears to be well cared for and in good condition. I am wondering what kind of experiences you guys have had, and if you would recommend purchasing the vehicle. Keep in mind that I am a poor college student with an income of <$200 a month? What would you do?
If your income is <$200 pcm you can't afford to run any kind of a car.
I am looking at buying a 1987 Wrangler S with about 13400 miles on it. I am wondering if this will make a good first car? I live in Michigan and after the winter we just had I'm convinced that I need 4 wheel drive and I've always wanted a Jeep. Email with comments at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also if you know anyone with a Wrangler for sale in the area, please let me know.
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