1989 Jeep Comanche Pickup - SOLD
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Hailing from out west where it never had to contend with rust belt winters, it is shockingly straight and clean throughout, showing evidence that someone really loved this truck.

58,000-mile western truck. 4.0 liter/5-speed. Cold A/C. Extremely clean and straight throughout, never rusty or wrecked, beautiful interior. Runs and drives very well. When was the last time you saw one?

The Jeep Comanche was only built from 1986 to 1992, designed to expand the Jeep lineup to capture some Ford Ranger and Chevy S10 sales. Based on the Cherokee, it was a great platform for an all-purpose vehicle and the transition from SUV to pickup truck was surprisingly successful. With classic styling that was instantly recognizable, the Comanche was a modest success. Today, however, finding one is none too easy and we’re shocked by just how clean and straight this 1989 Comanche really is. Hailing from out west where it never had to contend with rust belt winters, it is shockingly straight and clean throughout, showing evidence that someone really loved this truck. We believe it has been repainted in its original Sand Beige color combination, and correct “SporTruck” decals have been applied so it has a very OEM appearance throughout. Big fender flares help with the rugged Jeep look and the front bumper has been augmented with a set of LED fog lights. The bed and tailgate are in remarkable condition—it doesn’t look like this truck ever worked a day in its life. Other details like the lenses, glass, and other impossible-to-find details remain in great shape, making this a truck you can enjoy right away.

The tan vinyl interior is likewise in fantastic shape, offering a bench seat in traditional pickup truck style. There are rubber mats on the floor, making this a truck you can almost hose out after a day of play, and there are a few noteworthy options, including working A/C and a tilt steering column. A full complement of handsome gauges are in the somewhat squared-off instrument panel (it was the 1980s after all) and the two-spoke steering wheel feels reasonably beefy in your hands. Perhaps most importantly, this Jeep comes with a 5-speed manual transmission that makes driving the Comanche a lot of fun. Clutch action is light and with a tall overdrive, it’s reasonably thrifty on the highway, even today. The stereo has been upgraded to a Pioneer AM/FM/CD/MP3 head unit that slots neatly into the original radio’s slot, and sound quality is decent in the lightly insulated cab. Overhead, the headliner remains in good condition, giving the no-nonsense Jeep a comfortable feel.

The engine is Jeep’s legendary 4.0 liter inline-6, which powered almost everything they built for two decades. Incredibly reliable and torquey enough to make the Comanche feel quick around town, it’s the engine you want in your vintage sport truck. It remains completely stock and unmodified, and it has been properly maintained so it runs like it should. Turn the key and it fires up easily with that characteristic Jeep grumble to the exhaust, and with the compact pickup’s relatively light curb weight, performance is entertaining. All the factory markings and decals are still in place, and with a massive aftermarket dedicated to these engines, maintenance is a snap. The 5-speed drives the rear wheels with 3.55 gears in the rear axle, so it’s reasonable at cruising speeds. The suspension rides, well, like a Jeep, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing—it has a durable, do-anything kind of feel. You can quickly see just how clean this Jeep really is with a glance underneath, showcasing clean floors, no rust or rot, and factory hardware throughout. Some newer exhaust components, fresh fluids, and recent shocks all make this a truck you can buy and enjoy without a major additional investment. Even the original space-saver spare is still tucked under the bed! 15-inch aluminum wheels are familiar to Jeep fans and they wear beefy 235/75/15 off-road radials that give this Comanche an appropriate stance.

Documentation includes a reproduction window sticker, a CD-ROM with a full set of service manuals, and a clean CarFAX.

This truck is a hit wherever it goes and generates a whole lot of attention in our showroom. Everyone loves the little Jeep but few can recall the last time they saw one out in the wild. If you’re a Jeep fan, this Comanche is a special find. Ready to go, it’s a whole lot of fun for not a lot of cash. Call today!

Harwood Motors always recommends and welcomes personal or professional inspections of any vehicle in our inventory prior to purchase.

Vehicle: 1989 Jeep Comanche Pickup
Price: SOLD
Stock Number: 120035
Odometer Reading: 58,307
VIN: 1J7FT26L3KL408893
Engine: 4.0 liter inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Gear Ratio: 3.55
Wheelbase: 113 inches
Wheels: 15-inch aluminum wheels
Tires: 235/75/15 BFGoodrich radials
Exterior Color: Tan
Interior Color: Tan vinyl
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