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Click the pic below to here it running.

Based on a 2003 Jeep grand cherokee Overland.
4.7 V8 High Output model 300 BHP
Fully automatic Quadradrive
12 Months M.O.T
6 Months TAX
New Discs and pads all round, New crank and cam sensors, 5 new coil packs, full engine service in the last 300 miles, inc fully synthetic oil, filters, 8 x plugs, front and rear diffs serviced, Auto gear box flush, full coolant drain,flush and refill with the correct spec coolant, 2 x new Lambda sensors, Blend doors done, 2 x new rear calipers, New Shockers.
Custom side exit exhausts from cat back.
Bonnet scoop (THIS DOES NOT REMOVE AND IS ACTUALLY CUT INTO THE BONNET) this is a working air scoop which feeds cold air straight onto the high flow cone filter below. The original air box and pipework have been removed.
Previous owner told me he had it remapped with an end figure of 287 BHP (this was before the exhaust and scoop mod so must be close to 300 now) it really is a surprising car for such a large thing.
Brembo brake covers and matching colour coded calipers.
SRT8 badges to sides and rear including 5.7L to the rear.
Alloy wheels are now gloss black.
Electric memory leather seats.
Factory Infinity stereo with amp.
Cruise control.
4 x electric windows.
Electric tilt & slide sunroof.
Digital aircon.
Tow bar.
The car is very clean and tidy but obviously does show some age related marks (but as you can see from the pictures she is still stunning)
The bad bits:
Front tyres are getting low (£30 each part worn) Still both legal.
Needs tracking doing (pulls to the left slightly when you let go of the wheel, still drives fine, using the car every day)
Only one key.
That's it, drives nice and very quick for a big car!
Everything works as it should.
Full V5 in my name.

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