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Build date 11/10/88

Body code TS61

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No problem! The body code stands out to me. TS meaning it is 2wd sport trim MJ of some sort. But it is a pretty long build sheet for an 89 and sport is just a level before the "highline" trim body code according to Chrysler. I would think this is a well optioned and hopefully a well loved MJ.

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That’s what I’m hoping that someone’s been taking care of it, from what I’ve seen and heard it runs and stops but I’ll really know once I see it in person. I’ll hopefully be taking a look later this week and bringing it to its new home. 

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Here she is: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/447275993333404/?ref=search&referral_code=undefined

 

Currently trying to decide if I want to take on another project or just stick with the one I have. Besides my MJ I know I’ll be working on a 1990 Toyota Pickup in the near future, so I may just let this one pass. Decisions decisions :dunno:

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@Pete M I’m right there with you, being on the east coast I just assume there’s gonna be rust. I was more concerned if it ran and how the frame was. This one does run and from what I’m told has a solid frame but I’ve decided not to take this project on. Just gonna put the money into my 86 and some home projects. 

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6 minutes ago, BeaterComanche86 said:

@89 MJ Your not wrong, doesn’t look like the PO tried to hard on the floor replacement. I was just willing to overlook that considering the condition of my 86’s floor and the fact it has a Dana 44 and looks relatively complete.

I missed the D44 part. It will be a decent buy for someone. 

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