Well I'm going to be moving to Manhattan as soon as possible (to go back to school) and won't be needing my Jeep anymore. Its a 5-speed and I've only had it for a year and really didn't drive it that much or that hard. In the year that I've had it, I've added:
-Rubicon Express 3.5" lift kit
-Rubicon Express tube shocks
-15"x7" American Racing wheels
-33"x12.5" BF Goodrich All Terrains
-Mirror relocation brackets (although currently I only have the driver's side installed)
-Hurst T-handle =)
-I also have a brand new set of Chrome Cragars with Goodyear Wranglers (which only have about 1,800 miles on them)
I thinks thats it. So anyways, I looked online to see what they're asking price is for my model year. The 2000 Wranglers I saw without lift kits or tires were going for around $12,000 with 75-85,000 miles on them. Mine has only 48,000 miles on it. As of today, I owe $12,300 on my loan. I'm only looking to make $700 or so for a lift kit, and rims/tires that have only been on the rig for a year. Plus the extra 5 rims/tires that came on it when I bought it.
So I guess an asking price would be $13,000 or if somebody would like to give me cash and take over the payments in their name, that'd be just as good. My payments are only $252/month.
Here's my contact info. if anybody is interested:
email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
If somebody/anybody could help me out, that'd be greatly appreciated.
Here are a few pics when I JUST got the suspension and rime/tires installed. Thanx for checking it out!
And here are the rims/tires it came with that go along with it: