Looking to get into a JK Unlimited (baby on the way), so the TJ must go. I am the second owner, but the original owner built this rig and never drove it in the winter. He did not cut any corners along the way, as you will see when you read the details about it. By his own admission, it was a street queen, although it's as capable off road as any other Jeep out there. The Jeep itself books for $19,000 on KBB and $17,000 on NADA. It has over $9,500 in upgraded parts alone. Jeep was never abused and only seen Mobil 1 synthetic oil. Rear pinion seal and output shaft seal recently replaced. It surprisingly gets 16-17mpg with combo city/highway driving.
2005 Jeep Wrangler
Rocky Mountain Edition (Dana 44, 3.73, fog lights, AC, two-tone seats, painted dash)
6 spd manual
28,XXX miles (not a typo)
6" Skyjacker long arm suspension kit w/swaybar disconnects
Slip yoke eliminator w/upgraded front and rear driveshafts
35x12.5 General Grabber MTs (new on 6/26/13...last pic shows them)
15x10 Mickey Thompson Classic Lock alloy wheels that have been powdercoated black
Rhino lined frame and floor
Bushwacker fender flares
Smittybilt front and rear bumpers
Tinted front windows
Bestop Supertop NX soft top w/tinted windows (only 1 month old)
Hardtop w/tinted windows
Alpine cd player w/JL Audio amp and 8" sub
Guards on every light around the Jeep
I'm sure I am missing some things, but you get the point. Please don't waste my time if you are going to low-ball me. This Jeep is worth every penny of what I'm asking and then some.
Call/text 207-735-4884 or email with any questions
05 X Rocky Mountain 6 spd - 6" Skyjacker Rock Ready lift, 35" Grabbers, Mickey Thompson wheels, Supertop NX, Smittybilt SRC bumpers, Warn winch, KC Daylighters, light guards, K&N intake, JET chip. More to come...