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found them...previously posted by hornbird

 

Production numbers:

 

1985: 29,245

 

1986: 33,386

 

1987: 43,070

 

1988: 43,718

 

1989: 25,311

 

1990: 9,576

 

1991: 5,188

 

1992: 952

 

thats proly actual production. proly plenty of mjs built in 91 markd 92

 

 

whats behind the 4.0? 87s 5 speed was a ba10 92 5speed was an ax15...(oops missd that post... still)

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5 years better chance at a floor? Mine must have gotten beat with the watering stick. A small child could fall through my 92. It has lived its life in the rust belt though. Don't hold your breath on that D44 either...my D35 has held up to 200K miles! (soon to be replaced by a '91 D44)

 

Do what you want. I do not foresee the '92 MJ becoming a collectors edition vehicle or anything like that. It just a harder to find year. Although, if you do get it we will at least know where a handful of 92's ended up

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found them...previously posted by hornbird

 

Production numbers:

 

1985: 29,245

 

1986: 33,386

 

1987: 43,070

 

1988: 43,718

 

1989: 25,311

 

1990: 9,576

 

1991: 5,188

 

1992: 952

 

thats proly actual production. proly plenty of mjs built in 91 markd 92

 

 

whats behind the 4.0? 87s 5 speed was a ba10 92 5speed was an ax15...(oops missd that post... still)

:hijack: i thought they started in 86, not 85???

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What a shame :fs1: So I checked out the 92 the add in the paper said awsome condition get there picture was fom the drivers side looked good matching topper had the dana 35 still maroon he was asking 2900. Walked around to the drivers side and another car had backed into it. Right in front of the rear wheel and right behind the door. I go to leave and the guy tells me the truck was hit in walmart parking lot and a body shop told him 700 to 800 fix it. He said it wasnt worth to fix but still wanted 2600. :nuts: awsome shape? i'll keep my 87. Anbody else wants to check it out go to LeitingsAutoSales.com. Good luck

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When the back corner of my truck was hit, I was quoted $2200 to fix it. Nobody makes bed sides for Comanches any more. The body shop would have to make a new side from a sheet of metal. If the dent can be pulled out without replacing sheet metal, and not needing paint, $800 might be right.

 

Without seeing the damage myself, I might offer $1000, tops. $2900 for any Comanche is too much unless it looks like a show truck (89eliminator, $500MJ, MJBT4, Hornbrod, ...)

 

Wait 6 months, and see if he takes $800 for it. I imagine it'll still be sitting there.

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Sorry, I really can not see the 92 becoming much more of a collectors item than an 88 or a 91. Yes, if you are interested in a Comanche to collect the 92 would be newer and maybe better. But most of the folks here seem to want off the road trucks to use and "abuse" on the trails.

 

Take if from me, after an accident, the insurance companies claim they are all just "old trucks" not worth much. Take a real, hard look at the 92 and see everything it needs. Do the same for the truck you have and KNOW. Will bet your current truck is a better deal.

 

Now granted, I have a 91, rust free original Southern California truck with a long bed and a Big Ton package, trailer hitch and a bunch of other goodies, like a full bench seat and column shifter. For a few dollars, I can have bucket seats and a full time 4X4 drive train. So that may color my judgement. BTW, while I was looking for a Comanche, I passed on a 92 long bed 4X4 because it was red.

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