Jeep was initially built for the military and moved onto becoming the definitive all-American off-roader that can go anywhere and do anything. While the first ever Jeeps were made for the military and still perform great as capable off-roaders, a conscious decision was made to make the Jeep more comfortable and less utilitarian than it was in the early days. Although the modern Jeep is very different from its roots today, the Wrangler has managed to maintain a remembrance of its past, pulling off a rugged and capable aesthetic and delivering on what it promises. This particular 1991 Jeep Wrangler Sahara has endured well in the past three decades and now has undergone a restoration to bring her back to her usual speed. Of course, while adding a few creature comforts along the way as well. With 152,800 miles reported on the clock, this Jeep is ready for plenty more action and to make new memories.
The rugged aesthetic of the Jeep Wrangler communicates what it's built for clearly and without hesitation. It has an air of free-spirited innocence and authenticity, not trying to be anything that it isn't. Strong lines, clear angles, and bold design showcase this Wrangler as a vehicle to take you places, even off the beaten path, and nothing more. The grey exterior adds character and a sense of visual maturity, and with new KC lights, a push bar, a full soft top when the weather isn't ideal, and an LED light system all around the vehicle, this Sahara keeps its original charm, accentuated with some modern flair. All of this, with reportedly new 33" tires to keep the Jeep off the ground, makes this Jeep a stunner wherever it may go. Inside, you'll find yourself with a neutral interior with blacks and beiges that like to keep things simple. But when you need to unwind, you can enjoy the custom sound system with an aftermarket audio player that supports Bluetooth connectivity.
The current owner reports that this particular Wrangler comes with a fuel-injected 4.0L in-line six-cylinder engine paired with a manual transmission to deliver all the power it needs. With an engine that has stood the test of time, this Wrangler reportedly comes with only a few upgrades, including new head gaskets for the engine, new front brakes and new emergency brakes, new disk brakes, power steering, and coil springs on the rear axles according to the current owner.
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