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If the rear steer was only on the last (back-most) rear axle I was thinking that would mean the forward rear axle would be fixed straight causing the tires to scrub and resist turning. I am probably just reading too much into it though.
 

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One other note; It's not a Grand Wagoneer, it's a Cherokee, but the poster may have been throwing a bunch of keywords at the Ad to get more hits.

As an FYI, I'd steer clear of this Jeep...pun intended... ;)
 

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Based on the discoloration in the panel between the B-pillar and the D-pillar, I expect that the body started out life as a four-door...
 

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TWX said:
Based on the discoloration in the panel between the B-pillar and the D-pillar, I expect that the body started out life as a four-door...
It's possible, but not because of the discoloration, but because it's a Wagoneer roof, note the pillar at "D".
The Front fenders are Cherokee as are the 4 rear fenders. Wagoneer never had a wide axle, large fender model.

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What is the source of this quote? It wasn't built at JTE but it would be fun to talk to the person who built it.
Been busy, just on for a minute now. A friend of a friend of mine posted it on Facebook and I am fairly sure as they say on the commercial, "You can't put anything on the internet that is not true." Thanks for the info and links I will look at them.
 
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