Not much... It was the "sporty" package. Bucket seats, graphics, center console, carpet, rear sliding window, a rear bumper, AM/FM cassette, special wheels, short bed and crank windows/manual locks. Before 1990 they were all 2WD with smaller stock tires. However, many consider it the most desirable trim for 1990-1992 and the Chief trim being more desirable before that. 1991 and 1992 are the really desirable ones as they had Chrysler FI instead of Renault/Bendix.I’m curious what the “eliminator package” consists of.
Hopefully the tank you dropped off doesn't already have the typical crack on top where the rubber on top presses against the tank and it cycles from pressure/vacuum.
Known issues on these are:
Oil leaks (easily fixed)
Head gasket once, usually between 135k and 250k.
Cracked gas tank
Power seats stop working
Not enough HP
Poor gas mileage 10-15
Everything you will be doing has been done by someone on here.
Do a cooling system pressure test as well. That may be telltale about HG before a cold wet compression test.
I'm guessing you don't know why it was there for service, but it sounds like you are doing the right thing as you move forward.
Congrats on the find!
I'd be curious what then VIN is on yours as well as the build date.
Mine is also a 96 build date of 8/95, black and also has the chrome package (door handles and mirrors).
At one time I thought it was one year only and rare, but apparently it's 95 and 96, black only, and no one wants the chrome anyway. I happen to like it! I just wish mine was triple locked like yours apparently is.