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Lubedude
02-19-2008, 09:02 PM
A friend of mine asked me to post this as he said he knew of a few guys that belonged to this group that night be interested

Itís an 82 with 248,000 kmís that is not the best body wise, but mechanically it is great. It has the 3B 4 cylinder 3.4 Liter diesel and a 4 speed. I spent a year pulling it apart and re-doing or repairing all the mechanical stuff, including new windshield, new batteries (2 deep cycle), new brakes, wheels and tires ( 5 - BFG All-Terrains 30 x 9.50 15ís), belton suspension with 2-1/2 lift, shocks, seals exhaust system and u-joints. I even put in a Davco Fuel Processor with both electric and fluid heat to warm the fuel so it runs great even in cold weather. You can spend the entire day out 4 wheeling and use hardly any fuel with this little diesel. It also has tons of torque so it will almost climb walls! It also has a new Bestop, and rear aluminum tailgate. It was built as a recreation vehicle to go play in the bush as it was cheaper than a quad! I found another one I want and I have to sell this one first (Honey's rules)!! You can check out a few more pictures here

http://s269.photobucket.com/albums/jj72/maierdean/?albumview=slideshow

FYI, the Canadian BJ series are all 24 volt systems. I'm sure there is something I am missing so if you have any questions, please email me at deanm@autolube.ca.

Thanks

Dean

wesintl
02-19-2008, 09:21 PM
price man... price..

bigbluefj
02-20-2008, 12:01 AM
$ 5500.00 on our list is what he had it posted at i think i'll double check on that...

Lubedude
02-20-2008, 07:55 PM
Sorry guys, had a severe case of cranial rectal disorder. $5500 is what i had posted, but I have it listed on eBay as well, so we will see what happens there.

Thanks

Dean

Rzeppa
02-21-2008, 05:44 PM
Is that $5500 Loonies or USD?

Lubedude
02-25-2008, 08:51 PM
That would be loonies, but i think they are pretty much the same these days.

Dean.

Rzeppa
02-26-2008, 06:32 PM
That would be loonies, but i think they are pretty much the same these days.

Dean.
Loonies are actually worth more than USD these days, around a nickel or so last I checked. When I bought my HZJ75 from Wayne in 2000 it was around .7 Loonie per US buck :-)