SPECS
Horsepower
325 HP
Torque
400 LB-FT
Curb Weight
4800 LB
Drivetrain
3.73
Engine Size
6 L
Transmission Type
3 speed auto
MPG (City/Highway)
10 MPG
VEHICLE STORY

Found in an abandon factory where it sat for 7 years.  Very little rust.  But a blown motor. 

Discuss this build

[]Brian Post

Oh man this is sweet! Truly an amazing era for jeep! Wish they'd bring back the pickup!

[]Jason Kurrass

I think they are bringing a wrangler based truck. But no j10. Thanks thou

[]Brian Post

They had tried to make a conversion kit a while back - but it never caught on.

[]Jason Kurrass

Yup. Nobody really makes anything I really like as far as trucks go. I like a straight axle truck. So I just fix old trucks up and drive them. I even got the a/c working on the j10.

[]Brian Post

Damn - is it ice cold? Very impressed that is working!

[]Jason Kurrass

Yes. Only needed a charge. Them old York compressors are impressive.

[]Jason Kurrass

The only body part I need is the grill. And I'll patch the one small rust spot it has. The engine runs, but it has a blown head gasket. I'm going to let a shop do the rebuild on it. I'm not going crazy with the hp. Just a mild build. I'm going to make it my daily driver. I'm doing suspension while the motor is out.

[]Tom Kurtz

I had a 91 wagoneer with that motor. I had such a hard time finding parts and dealing with rust that I had to get rid of it.

[]Jason Kurrass

I haven't seen a j10 short wheelbase around here. Mostly long wheelbase

[]Jason Kurrass

This one has very little rust. It came out of South Georgia. Got the motor out yesterday. I'm breaking it down this weekend. It's got the 360.

[]Tom Kurtz

Love the J10. They have all rotted away in Michigan.

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