213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1990 Jeep Wrangler is a well-done tribute to everyone's favorite tractor. You'll marvel at everything from the iconic color to the lawn tractor seats. But also don't forget that underneath it all is still quite a capable 4x4.
This is the theme build you never knew you always wanted. The color is John Deere Green, and of course, you'll be hearing a very specific country tune in your head every time you lay eyes on it. It's a well-done package with custom decals for the hood, custom-painted wagon wheels, and even a little running deer logo up front. And because a Deere and a Jeep both like to get down to business, nothing here is too fancy to make you nervous about enjoying it all. Plus, this one has a lot more going for it than just a fun color theme. It truly is ready to take on the toughest turf with the tubular steel bumper w/bull bar, lifted suspension, liner paint on the fenders, wider tires, step bars, and a newer exoskeleton cage. There's even a proper trailer hitch so that you can two a real John Deere with you.
This Wrangler comes with half doors and a full soft top package for when you want to button-up. But really, you're going to want to open this up to the world as much as possible. That way you can show off how the front seats were changed to lawnmower bucket seats. Not only does the vibrant yellow look cool, but also anyone with a few acres knows how these can be comfortable for plenty of hours at a time. There are even added armrests. Rugged John Deere floor mats, yellow inserts in the rear seats, storage boxes, and yellow seatbelts all complete this custom style. Just like the exterior, the interior is also appealing for more than just the JD appearance. This generation of Wrangler has one of our favorite Jeep interiors. The speedo is laid out directly in front of the driver for proper ergonomics, and then the rest of the gauges spread wide across the center to remind everyone that this was a serious machine. And there's also room for added comfort with the cold-blowing air conditioning and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo w/Bluetooth.
Under the hood is the correct 4.2-liter inline-six. Jeep people know this powerplant was derived from the tough-as-nails AMC line of motors, and so you get durability and economy. You'll even spot some good features, like an Optima red top battery and a newer radiator. Plus, with fuel-injection and the control of the five-speed manual transmission, this is always a lively machine. Around town, you'll appreciate the power steering, power brakes, and front discs. Out on the trail, the two-speed 4x4 transfer case delivers exactly what you want in a Jeep.
Only two things are missing from this custom build: a Joe Diffie CD and you. So if you love two iconic and hardy American brands coming together, you know this is the custom John Deere Jeep for you. Call today!!!
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