Well, I lost the discussion. I said it was safer in holding a kids carseat when compared to my scooter. You can imagine how that went...
2004 Jeep Wrangler SE
Red with tan interior
5-speed 2.4L 4banger
Not driven daily, mostly on weekends
Does have hitch receiver and 4-prong wire harness
Things dealt with in the two years:
Serp belt, pulleys and belt tensioner
31x10.5x15 GY wranglers (14000 miles on them)
Rugged Ridge tinted top with half doors
Rugged Ridge 8000lb winch
Rugged Rudge fenders (stock size)
Tool box mounted in rear
thermostat and coolant flush
spark plugs after sea foam treatment
alignments done (paid for lifetime service so I just take it in occasionally)
all diff fluid
oil every 3k with Lucas additive
Good: It runs very well and all things work. I bought a water pump since I am not sure if its been changed before and it is 10 years old. Have not installed it. Otherwise, it runs like most any Wrangler out there- not the fastest thing in the world but its good for riding around and some mild wheeling.
I also have a 2 inch puck lift and a 1.25 inch body lift, however, I've never installed them.
Bad: has the standard paint wear from 65xxx miles. Whoever had it before me put some apparent chemical in the back and it spilt eating some of the carpet up under the rear seats. They also tried a diy rhinolining job. Its not bad but its not professional. I pulled much of the carpets to make sure things were ok and they seemed fine to me.
This is a weekend-use Jeep that is getting the eventual boot due to a baby on the way. I am in no particular rush to move it so while I will negotiate on price, please be aware that it is a fair price.
I can take more shots if you want them- just let me know.