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91' Jeep Comanche Eliminator

 

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4.0, AW4, no transfer case, Solid beam front, Dana 35 rear, Short wheel base 

 

Build date: not sure yet, haven't had a chance to look

 

Current Location: Midwest, Nebraska, Omaha

 

Status: On the road becoming my summer DD

 

Notes: 2wd shortbed eliminator model, kind of a faded dark gray/black paint with gray and white decals.  Gray cloth interior with buckets and full XJ style console, with floor shifter.  

 

Current owner: Myself, just aquired last weekend.

 

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That is a beautiful truck!!!

 

Build Date 6/11/91

Body Model TL61

 

*Q7 Cloth Low-Back Bucket Seats
-SA CHARCOAL
162 Zone 62-Houston
1AA U.S. Dealer Retail
3V5 Customer Preferred Discount
ADA Light Group
ALR Interior Package
APA Monotone Paint
ARM Radio AM/FM Cassette
BAF 130 Amp Alternator
BCD 500 Amp Maintenance Free Battery
BGA Power Front Disc/Rear Drum Brakes
CAC Low Back Bucket Seats
CDB Reclining Front Seats
CKA Carpets - Floor and Cargo Area
CUF Full Length Floor Console
DGB All 4-Speed Automatic Transmissions
DGS 4-Speed Automatic AW4 Transmission
DHA Lock-Up Torque Converter
DHS Floor Mount Automatic Shift Lever
DMD 3.55 Rear Axle Ratio
DRJ 175MM Rear Axle
ERH 4.0L I6 Power Tech Engine
GAC Tinted Glass Windows
GBB Tinted Windshield Glass
GCB Front Door Tinted Glass
GEH Fixed Door Vent Glass
GFD Rear Sliding Window
GNC Sun Visors w/Illum Vanity Mirrors
GRZ Left Remote Mirror
GSZ Right Remote Control Mirror
GTZ Manual Remote Mirrors
HAA Air Conditioning
JAY DO NOT USE - See JP, KA classes
JCA 85 MPH Primary Speedometer
JGB Digital Clock
JHA Var Intermittent Windshield Wipers
JJA Cigar Lighter
K27 Do Not Use
K2B STRIPE/BADGE/MOLDING/COLOR
K3X STRIPE/BADGE/MOLDING/COLOR
KLT  
KWD  
LAJ Headlamps On Warning Chimes
LBB Courtesy Lamps
LBC Glove Box Lamp
LBD Ash Tray Lamp
LBE Ambient Light
LDA Underhood Lamp
LHD Headlamp Off Time Delay
LMA Halogen Headlamps
LNJ Front Fog Lamps
MB1 Black Front Bumper
MBJ Black Bumper
MCA  
MDA Front License Plate Bracket
MFK Body Color Grille
MHA Black Windshield Moldings
MMC Rear Door Solid Window Insert
MMG Belt Moldings
MMK Lower Grille Surround-Painted
NAA Federal Emissions
NBK EVAP Control System
NF2 18.5 Gallon Fuel Tank
NHM Speed Control
PX8 Black Clear Coat
QX8 Black Clear Coat
RAA All Radio Equipped Vehicles
RAF AM/FM Cassette Radio
RCD 4 Speakers
SBA Power Steering
SCG Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
SFA Standard Duty Shock Absorbers
SGA Rear Shock Absorbers
SUA Tilt Steering Column
TBC Compact Spare Tire
TBM Tire Carrier Winch
TRM Tires
TZA Goodyear Brand Tires
WJH 15X7 Aluminum Wheels
WLZ All Aluminum Wheels
XBS Pickup Box
YAA Build To U.S. Mkt. Specifications
YGE 5 Additional Gallons of Gas
Z01 Rear Spring Group I
Z1A GVW/Payload Rating
Z59 Left Front Spring Group Ix
Z78 Right Front Spring Group VIII

 

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4 minutes ago, CaptainPatchy said:

What line denotes the factory paint code? 

 

 

the X8 part of PX8 and QX8 (the QX8 would change if your truck was 2-tone).  I've gone through and edited out the common reused codes. :L: 

 

edit:  dang, eaglescout types faster than I  :D  

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16 minutes ago, Pete M said:

is the clearcoat damaged or just faded?  is the black paint damaged anywhere?  might be possible to reapply the clear. 

 

It looks like a P.O. might have tried to rattle can black a few places and overall it just looks like it spent a long 30 years in the Texas sun haha.  Might be some damage on the tailgate but mostly just very faded.  It's through to primer in a number of places. 

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I would swing by a pro and see what they think.  can't promise anything but it might be salvageable.  I've seen some bad paint brought back to life with buffing and new clear.  :L:  

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26 minutes ago, Pete M said:

I would swing by a pro and see what they think.  can't promise anything but it might be salvageable.  I've seen some bad paint brought back to life with buffing and new clear.  :L:  

I'll make a point to stop by somewhere, thanks for your help to the both of you 

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