Asking Price: $2,950
Key MJ Features
- Model Year: 1991
- Trim: Not Listed
- Odometer: Not Listed
- Engine: 6 cylinder
- Transmission: Manual
- Condition: Good
- Ad Source: Craigslist
- City/Area: Richmond Beach
- State/Region: Washington
- Contact Name: Not Provided
- Phone: See Below
- Email: See Below
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1991 Jeep Comanche Pickup
High Output 4.0, 6 cyl
5-speed Manual transmission, 2wd
165,000 original miles
Completely stock, unmolested
Interior is in really good condition.
Everything works as it should, no issues.
Comes with an extra set of Jeep wheel/rims, no tires mounted yet.
Comanche-fit locking camper shell included.
Extra decals, window seals, tail light lenses, and more, included.
This Comanche is a great little truck. It has served as a daily driver for nearly 4 years now. Has had your typical minor maintenance work done along the way during that time — brakes, some engine seals, lights, fluids, tune-up, battery, starter, etc. When I first bought it, I re-did the carpet and header, lining the cab with soundproofing in the process, and has a custom vintage quilted-down header .
Last summer, I was rear-ended…leaving the bumper, tailgate, and rear of the pickup bed in pretty bad shape. The impact also shattered the rear cab glass. I was able to salvage another pickup bed, tailgate, bumper with a tow hitch, and also replace the rear window with one that had a sliding glass window. Thankfully, the frame remained straight, and I was able to find a truck bed and tailgate that were in good condition without any significant damage or dents.
Earlier that summer, there was some minor impact which wrinkled the front right fender panel a little bit…so the truck also includes a fresh, undamaged fender panel which I salvaged.
All that to say — you’ve got a solid Jeep Comanche here…everything working, reliable, and sound. These were the best engines that they came with. All this truck really needs is a paint job — and you’ve got the detail items included to make it look really good. I spent time putting together an estimate at Wesco for the cost of supplies for a properly done DIY home paint job in the original color — the cost came to around 600 -700 once it was all said and done. Not bad at all. I would totally do it if I had time, but unfortunately I am moving out of state, selling both of my trucks, and because of time priorities a project like this is not realistic for me right now.
I’ve included two sets of pics: One set from before the rear-ending, and another from after the bed replacement. You’ll notice the camper shell in the earlier pics is different…the canopy in the “after” pics is the one on the truck now, and it is great.
Price is $2950