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  1. I'm thinking in those as an option but not 100% convinced that they will look good, I think those are to modern for the MJ. Another option that I have seen fitted is late 80's early 90's F150 rear tail ligths,(may have some pictures of that) look very similar to de XJ ones. I'm also considering TJ's or someting similar, like the Galdiator has.
  2. Have someone tried KK cherokee rear tail ligts? Although those look a bit modern for the MJ maybe can be fitted easier
  3. I was checking out this! is like a sister of my MJ, actually his vin number is pretty similar to mine. This extended cab were common those days specialy in log bed versions
  4. It isnt in the US, I may consider sale it but just the shipping to US is around 5K$
  5. It dosent come with the tag under the hood, it have the last 4 digits I think stamped in the rail frame just behind the battery mount. It also have a tag behind the windshield up in the dashboard but sadly only the las digits remain and another tag inside cab near the gas pedal but again only shows the last digits of the vin.
  6. I don't know why but I can't see the pictures of your build
  7. I've only have seen this wired extended cab in 88 long beds models and those were pretty common down here, but there are not too many now days in the roads. People here rip the hell out off the pickups soo its hard to survive. I will love to take a look at that brochure and maybe give it a shot translating some of it!!!
  8. That will be awesome! Thanks!!!
  9. Comanches were manufactured in the Jeep plant of valencia, Venezuela for local sales (thats why the VIN starts whit 8Y wich is the code for venezuela manufacturers) here even a extended cab varsion was created from log bed models and sold in dealers as extra cab version.
  10. Yes I have it there
  11. Yes VIn is different of the ones that were built in US/Canada
  12. Yes! in the next few day will post some of the axles. The rear one y a very rare one because it was fitted only in the short bed metric tons and it was made just for this Mj series that was produce here just for the 91, 92 years. In the front, all jeep xj, zj, and yj manufactured here were fitted with danas 44 front and rear, wich is very cool. I did a lot of research before buying the MJ and realized that the 92 short bed metrict ton was the one to have, looked around 4 other manches but all were long bed/Renix or converted to carb. Before buying this one y almost bougth a one owner 1990
  13. 1992 Jeep Comanche 4.0 HO/AX15/NP231/D44 front/D60 rear, short wheel base it don't have the door sticker On the road but waiting to be fully restored Dark Blue/gray interior, buckets seats. its a Laredo metric ton in a short wheel base, completly stock from the box manufactured by Jeep in Valencia, Venezuela plant. The VIN seems to have and error do to de check digit shows a X and the math behind the numbers points to a 5 so... I tried to uncrack the VIN to find out but its hard to get info about this specific year. Its rust free, although floor pans were replace
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