Looks very clean, won't let me add pictures do to size (I'm on my phone). Just wondering if this is worth the asking price.
98,XXX Miles, Black/Black with tinted windows.
$13,000 in modifications by Predator 4wd Specialists
Over $20,000 in professional modifications
5 Speed manual w/ 4.56 gears
3" Teraflex lift with quick disconnects
Front and Rear ARB air lockers w/ compressor
Ford 8.8 Heavy duty rear axle
Full stereo by Drive-in Auto Sound with speakers, 2 amps, and subwoofer in custom waterproof box
C.B. Radio with Tuffy overhead console
33x12.5" BFG All-Terrain Tires
Warn winch, warn front and rear bumpers, warn HD spare tire carrier.
Bushwacker fender flares
Teraflex hand throttle
A/C and Cruise control
He says "serious offers only" because he knows he's a little high on his price. It's a nice enough looking Jeep, but all mods and overall appearance considered it's worth more like $12k, and even that may be a little high. It doesn't have built up axles, just lockers (I'm guessing if it had alloy shafts they would be listed, and a locked D30 on stock shafts is not good), it's a fairly generic lift (nice, but not special), the biggest value this Jeep has above the $7500 average price is the ARB lockers, Warn winch and the hard top. It looks like he spent a lot of money paying a shop to do the work on it and while fairly realistic on how that translates to value, it's still a bit high.
There are a million ways to build a Jeep, pick one and do it - you bought a canvas, not a painting!
Ya a Dana 30 locked on 33" is maxed on stock axles. Even though the pinion shaft diameter is bigger than a Dana44....he's on the high side on price over all. Got my 8.8 for $120. $20 for rear housing seals. Check it out and be picky. Clutch master and slave cylinder replaced? Seriously doubt the timing chain was done despite it right around the corner
Well you're going with a different platform there /\. I'd rather have the TJ. Either way, neither I believe are great 'deals', however it's been my limited experience that Jeeps in CO fetch a heftier price tag.
The first one he said he has all receipts for all the work and can take $14,200. He says stock D35 with HD track bar and stronger tie rod. Clutch is going strong. RS9000xl adjustable shocks a few months ago. It has a bigger air intake. SYE and cv driveshaft.
If you can get him to 12-13k your stealing it in my area. My dad sold his 2004 rubicon with 89k with 4in lift with discos (everything else stock essentially besides wheels and tires) for 14k earlier this month.
97 TJ Sport, Stone White
The pin stripe adds 10 HP!
4in ProComp Suspension
33in BFG Muds
This is the deal to jump on, if it isn't gone already.
I agree! This appears to be the better deal and a great one.
On second thought, they both look nice and the first one has all of the tops, which are worth $$$. It really depends on what you like best. I like the look of the first one and it is cleaner looking too...but just a bit much on the asking price.
I really like the first one and I don't mind paying a little extra to get it, I just don't want to be making a financially stupid decision. I can easily afford it, just don't want to be getting ripped off.
It's gonna be a daily driver? 20 K miles per yr? Your going for lifted and gear changes with oversize tires.Take one of these for a 3/4hr. to 1hr. drive.Tell me if it's a daily driver.
Your price range brings you into HIGH MILEAGE with mods.More maintenance.Are you mechanically inclined?
A lot to think about with a modded jeep.