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Old December 5th, 2010, 08:26 AM
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Fs '94 nas sw (li, ny)

Putting out a feeler on my '94 NAS SW.
I'm about 95% sure I'm selling it, need more doors/more seats/with AC now that I have a daughter to haul around. Going to be picking up a Rubicon Unlimited to replace it.
Looking for best offer around $20k, and looking to move it after the first of the year.

http://www.siegecraft.us/images/zs109-1.jpg
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Has about 115-120k miles, I think (speedo died at 100k, took a while till I replaced it)

Does need a couple things done, nothing huge.
Needs a new PS box(leaky), clutch master(leaky), parking brake cable(sticky) and intake hose.
I'll be doing these before selling, but willing to negotiate the asking price if you want it "as-is"

Already has a lot of work/upgrades done on it.
winch bumper/brush guard (not sure who make it, I'm keeping the winch).
oil cooler lines with thermostat plate.
full set of Autometer Cobalt gauges.
Mallory unilite distributor, coil, wires.
New MAF sensor.
steering guard
stainless tank skidplate
steel wheels (could use a repaint)
flexalite fans.
composite head gaskets (did these with the timing chain, new factory cam and lifters at around 95k)
Also have, but not installed, a full Rovers North roof rack.

Does have some rust on one of the cappings, and could probably use a sanding/painting in the areas under the clutch master.

I'll add anything else I can think of in additional posts.

-Hans
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Old December 5th, 2010, 10:53 AM
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Interested as is and can take the winch bumper off. Interested in how rust...doors, frame, bulkhead etc. Dan
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Old December 5th, 2010, 11:26 AM
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Interested as is and can take the winch bumper off. Interested in how rust...doors, frame, bulkhead etc. Dan
Bulkhead has some surface rust where that clutch master was leaking down to it, basically just needs a sanding and re-paint in that area.

Driver door has a ding just under the center section of the window. No rust-through on any of the three doors that I can find, but they may need attention at some point along the bottom edges where there's some surface rust on the edges and bubbling. Still in the cosmetic range, no rust-through that I've been able to see. Hinges are all still the original style.

Frame is solid as best I can tell, last time I looked at the backside of the rear crossmember it seemed good, but there is a spot of rust that I noticed there recently.

Nothing earth shattering, I'll try and get some photos over the weekend of those areas.

It's definitely not a perfect truck, no intention of advertising it as such. Cosmetically, there are some areas that could use some help. but it is good and solid.

The wiper and heater element of the rear door were never wired in yet, it's perennially been on my to-do list.

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Other things I forgot to add...
- Replaced the gauge cowl with one of those great aluminum powdercoated ones.
- replaced the factory speakers and headunit with MTX speakers and an Alpine digital-only head unit (no CD player or tape deck, I've been using flash-drives and my Ipod exclusively).

-Hans
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Old December 5th, 2010, 11:43 AM
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Old December 5th, 2010, 12:13 PM
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First time I ever saw a non poe sw 94
Wasn't originally built that way, was converted by a previous owner I think. Still has the snaps for the soft top and a couple pieces of the rear cage.

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Old December 5th, 2010, 03:27 PM
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Hans,
I am interested but have some questions. Newbie with the lingo but you said it was a soft top and was converted. How difficult is it to convert back to a soft top?

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Old December 5th, 2010, 03:35 PM
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Hans,
I am interested but have some questions. Newbie with the lingo but you said it was a soft top and was converted. How difficult is it to convert back to a soft top?

Craig
A long weekend and a couple grand. The roll cage is also different between the two versions, which is the biggest part of the conversion cost.

Then you also have to consider the doors are different too. You can use the roll-up window doors with the soft top, but the soft top doors have the removable window frames.

A very different situation than the Jeeps and Early Bronco's I've had in the past where swapping back and forth is two beers and two hours (if you take your time).

-Hans

Some additional and unflattering photos that show all the rust spots I am aware of as well as some interior photos. I never did get around to replacing those cardboard kick panels.

http://www.siegecraft.us/images/rover001.JPG
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Old December 5th, 2010, 04:02 PM
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Hey Hans, sorry to see it go. What's the badge number?
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Old December 5th, 2010, 04:18 PM
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Hey Hans, sorry to see it go. What's the badge number?
You and me both. It's going to HURT to part with it, But it's time.

Badge number is 292

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Old December 7th, 2010, 09:57 AM
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Can't edit the title, but moving this from a "Feeler" to "For sale" for sure.

Probably going to do a local craigslist or e-bay posting this weekend, but wanted to give you guys first chomp at it.

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Old December 7th, 2010, 11:03 AM
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Just use ratchet straps to hold down the kid. Thats what I did for my nephews.
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Old December 7th, 2010, 11:36 AM
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Just use ratchet straps to hold down the kid. Thats what I did for my nephews.
Ever seen that movie for Dennis the Menace? And that scene where the burglar tried to tie him up? Got out of the knots in about 15 seconds.

..... yeah, that's my Daughter.

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Old December 7th, 2010, 09:42 PM
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Just an FYI if anyone ever considered it. Two car seats fit on the rear bench. My '95 ST is not a daily driver but the kids love ridding in it (yes it has A/C for summer comfort). I'm not too tall, so I can fairly easily fold the driver seat and walk inside. The Rick sliders/side steps are very handy while doing this.
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Old December 10th, 2010, 05:07 PM
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Just an FYI, going to be ordering the needed parts on Monday, and the "As-Is" offer will be closed at that point.

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Old December 10th, 2010, 09:52 PM
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Old December 13th, 2010, 01:44 AM
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Actually, I'm back to undecided now regarding the sale, as per recent developments in this thread......
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Old April 27th, 2011, 07:58 PM
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Been a long winter, but time to bring this ad back to the main page. Sat down with the Wife (oh, she is most awesome). Truck is definitely for sale, here's where things are at.

...Parking brake issue fixed. Stripped the whole assembly off the transfer case, beadblasted and re-painted all the linkages and outer drum. Silky smooth again now.

...New clutch master installed. Took the bulkhead down to bare steel around the clutch pedal, on both sides, shot some fresh primer and paint. Same with the outside of the pedal box.

....Took care of the intake tube and a couple other minor things as well.

...Have a rebuilt meridian PS box and tie rod ends on-hand already, just need to install them. Will be working on that over the next couple of weeks and getting a fresh alignment on it.

Price stays the same, looking for best offer around $20k. Will likely be posting on local CL as well once the PS box is done. Looking to have it moved sometime in June.
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Old April 27th, 2011, 09:14 PM
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if only i have a more money i would be all over this i live on long island too!!!
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Old April 27th, 2011, 10:31 PM
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Old April 27th, 2011, 10:50 PM
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