Corey Ferguson 
Raised in Maine, now attending
college in Tampa, Florida 

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Year / Model 1988 Jeep Wrangler Sport
Engine  New 4.2 liter inline six cylinder with a webber carburator
Trans  peugot 5 speed manual
Xfercase  stock
Rear Axle  stock
Front Axle  stock
Wheels / Tires  15x8 American racing brushed aluminum outlaw II's/30"x9.5" GoodYear Wrangler AT tires
Springs / Shocks  I recently replaced the factory springs with new factory springs because I Bent the front two after hitting a rock out wheeling
Misc -- I have put almost all of my energy into customizing the Jeep. Most of the work has been done since these pictures were taken last summer. I will send new ones as soon as I get my Jeep shipped down to Florida in the fall. 
Stainless Steel Parts: -Light bar -Window hinge mounted mirrors -tire stop -hood latches -bug guard for grill (mounted inside for a truely customized look) -rock guards for lights, accented by installing Black Headlights and spraying my turn signals and tailights with a special transparet black spray -Stainless steel entry guards. 
Other Bolt On's: -2 KC Daylighters, center of lightbar -2 square 5x7 KC driving lights outside of lightbar -2 low profile High Intensity Driving Lights on front bumper 
Inside: Stereo: -JVC 40x4 output CD player in the Dash -2 Alpine Coaxials to replace factory ones in dash panes -2 RollBar mounted speakers (not sure what they are, they came with the Jeep) -Rockford Fosgate Punch 100 amplifier -2 10" Fosgate SubWoofers in a custom box behind the rear seat -4 JBL tweeters also in box behind rear seat 
Other: -custom 8 ball shifter knob, I stole it from my folks pool table and drilled a hole then used a tap & die kit to thread it
-custom Cue Ball Four wheel drive shifter knob, same method as above -Tuffy security console -Grant sport GT steering Wheel -Grant's "NO WHEEL, NO STEEL" steering wheel removal anti-theft system 
Tops or Other Canvas Accesories: -Factory Hardtop, I no longer have my factory doors though because someone stole them, I replaced them with a pair off of a 1978 CJ-7 that I bought for $20.  To use them I have to remove my factory Stricker pins. It's kindof a pain but that's why I moved to Florida -Bestop Super Top with the 2 piece canvas doors. -Steel Horse Strapless Bikini Top -Bestop WindJammer curtain -Bestop Duster Deck cover -Bestop trail cover
Current / Future Projects -- my future plans for the Jeep include Adding a Smitty built double tube front bumper with the hoop, accompanied by nerf bars and a double tube rear bumper with a reciever hitch.  -some sort of small suspension lift probably shackle -diamond plate corners -Thor soundwedge speakers -new seats front and rear -new carpeting -centerline Hell Cat polished aluminum wheels with a set of BF Goodrich 325-60R15's -chrome Grill Cover -all of the remainig Stainless steel accesories made by steel horse...hinges. etc.
Trails -- spent more time on the muddy trails by my parents house in Maine than it has spent on any road!
Clubs -- I don't currently belong to a club but I plan to Join one as soon as I locate one nearby here in Tampa.
Previous Jeeps Owned -- My first car was a 1989 Jeep Wrangler Islander (4.2L, 5-speed, hard top) that was totalled in an accident only 3 months after I bought it.  I was hit broadside by a Plymouth Horizon that was moving at 60 mph.  It demolished the passenger side of the Jeep. The impact tore the passenger door right off of the Jeep and tossed the Jeep up onto the Driver's side. 
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Fri, May 26, 2000