Jump to content

Street Comanche #25


fiatslug87
 Share

Recommended Posts

This information is from TheJeepNut's Zoho.com site. Thanks to TheJeepNut for allowing us to use his content.

 

Shown here in an online ad, bowing from Harrisonville, IL, this beauty was sold to a gentleman in Oklahoma in 2004.
Seems fairly unmolested.
Has a tan interior. Wheels may have been changed. They look similar to Enkei Sawblades, but hard to tell from this pic.
No sunroof, but she has a sliding rear window.
Still, only approx. 80k miles on this Jeep (original drivetrain) in May 2010 when I heard from the current owner.
And it's For Sale again!... $2500 and you can drive it home from McAlester, OK!
SOLD: 2015Apr04
Just heard from a gentleman that bought #25 from the firefighter in OK.  They are co-workers.  He is now in the process of rebuilding.  Apparently the years had taken their toll on #25 and it needs a fair amount of refurbishing. 
Super happy to hear that the new owner is in the mood to keep her Street 'n neat and not buying it to throw mudders on.
And once again...
I got an email sometime in 2017 I think, from a gentleman that I think was the owner mentioned above....
I have #25 and me and my father rebuilt the cosmetics as well as some here and there work under the hood. It's ground effects have been restored and all the plastic interior as well we've added our own touch with black and red bucket seats, 4 point seat belts, New carpet, and led bed lights,flood lights, and headlights. We put 8 months of work in on her and she turns heads when you hear the original v6 in her. We also have her some new racing tires and rims to accompany the new paint job. Unfortunately, I've decided to sell her because my mother is deploying to Bangladesh and I have priorities that need to be met.... but I will send some pictures of her when contacted. Hate to see her go but hopefully the next owner of #25 will cruise her through the streets showing her off. ...
As someone noted in a song once, I'm a poor, poor, correspondent...  Just find that life is way too busy for all my interests.  I have just made an attempt to follow up but have no idea at this point where ol' #25 has disappeared to.  Hopefully I'll get a response.
 

Harrisonburg, IL.jpg

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 2 weeks later...
  • 11 months later...

Haven't been logged in since at least 2013 since I had a message from a guy about some parts he wanted off a mj I parted out 🤣. Anyways I posted on fb looking for a street MJ for sale. About to do a built LS3 stroker in my current and wanted to try and find one once again. This guy contacted me said he may sell his but isn't posting it publicly. If this TJ I have sells today I may go get it. Although this makes me question the authenticity basically. I asked him what number it was and pic of the tag now that I've seen this. We shall see. It does seem like the tag was just lost in the restoration if it's no longer on it. 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

3 hours ago, Huntingman2706217 said:

Haven't been logged in since at least 2013 since I had a message from a guy about some parts he wanted off a mj I parted out 🤣. Anyways I posted on fb looking for a street MJ for sale. About to do a built LS3 stroker in my current and wanted to try and find one once again. This guy contacted me said he may sell his but isn't posting it publicly. If this TJ I have sells today I may go get it. Although this makes me question the authenticity basically. I asked him what number it was and pic of the tag now that I've seen this. We shall see. It does seem like the tag was just lost in the restoration if it's no longer on it. 

 

 

the vin might help with determining it's authenticity. :L:  but either way it's a sweet truck. :D 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 2 weeks later...
21 minutes ago, Huntingman2706217 said:

Was there ever a determination on if the VINs even played a roll in these? 

 

 

we don't have enough of them to pull a real determination, but they are all 87s which will most definitely pop up from the VIN.  :L: 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

 Share

×
×
  • Create New...