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Old 11-01-2012, 03:20 PM   #31
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I’ve never wanted anything else and knew a guy selling his for really cheap compared to what most go for. It was already lifted and he never went off roading with it. It had the typical hinge rust, and door handles were rusted. I didn’t like the wheels and the tires were almost completely flat. On the upside it was a 2001, yellow, had a hard and soft top, had 125,000 miles but the engine and clutch were only a year and half old. I got it for a steal at $5500. All the rust is gone, and new tires and rims are perfect. Everything I wanted for a first vehicle and so much more.

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Woke up and I had 12 inches of snow. I made up my mind I was going to have a snow plow. I wanted the in-line 6 so I bought an 05 and ordered the snow plow the same day.

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Old 11-01-2012, 04:53 PM   #33
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I bought mine brand new back in '00 because it was black, had half doors and had the 4.0L i6. The first one I found that fit that bill I traded in a hand me down Mercury Topaz with bald tires, bad brakes, broken power doors, and oxidized paint for my down payment. I've been smiling ever since.
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Old 11-01-2012, 05:07 PM   #34
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For years I have driven modified XJ's which I managed to keep going on a shoestring budget.

My Mum passed away last year and I was left in a financial position where I could now own the Jeep that I wanted to drive instead of the Jeep that I could afford to drive.

I knew the PO quite well, and had been out on events with him. I also worked with his son.

He had suffered a severe fracture to his ankle which had not healed properly, and had had to give up off-road driving as a consequence. He had decided to sell just as I decided to buy.

My TJ chose me to keep her wheeling. (Perhaps with a little nudge from my Mum )
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Old 11-01-2012, 06:58 PM   #35
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I grew up a desert rat in Reno in the '70s exploring in a 72 FJ40 Land Cruiser, then spent my years at sea in the Coast Guard. Toward the end of my career I bought a sensible Civic to take into retirement. One day I was driving a busy street and there was a TJ Wrangler parked on the corner of a vacant lot with a "For Sale" sign in the window, for some reason it caught my eye and turned my head, but traffic was too heavy to stop.

A few days later I thought, "hey what could it hurt to check out that Jeep?" and drove by, but it was gone.

I spent weeks searching: used car lots, Auto Trader, Carmax, and went to the dealer to check on 2012 JK Rubicon, jet black, got them down to invoice ($29,500) with Tread Lightly discount but no way was I ever going to make the note on it. Some of the heeps I checked on used lots were obviously jacked up rode hard and dumped. Lotta trash out there for $10k++

One night on Craig's List I see a 2006 Wrangler listed. Call the next day, and a woman answers and tells me there is a college guy coming down from Richmond that night to look at it. I asked her, "What are you doing right now? I can drive there in forty-five minutes." So I did.

She had bought it as a birthday present for her husband who was a volunteer fireman and needed to get through no matter what the weather. He was 64 and died of a heart attack while out in the woods a year before. She really did not like driving the Wrangler and had a lux SUV in the garage. I drove it, told her I'd pay her asking price, and practically begged her to take a $500 deposit to hold it for me. She said no problem at all, you want it, I'll hold it for you while you get your credit union loan.

Here in the South, people still take your word for making a deal.

2006 TJ Rubicon, 32,000 miles completely stock, still had the factory soft top packed inside the hard top. Never been wheeled I could tell. I paid her what the dealer was offering in trade: $16k
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Old 11-01-2012, 07:47 PM   #36
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Had an XJ. Loved it, sold it. Always wanted a TJ. Looked for about 2 years before I found her.

Wanted:
5 speed
Inline 6
4x4 obviously
$8k to $15k
Hardtop
Sahara or Rubicon
Not modified (yet)
Good condition inside and out
Forrest green color
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One day she appeared on Craigslist. Bought her that day (below kbb value)

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Old 11-01-2012, 08:08 PM   #37
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About 6 years ago I bought my wife an 03 Liberty. She loved it and so did I. I always wanted a Wrangler so I started looking. Ran across another super clean 2003 Liberty (same color) and bought it for myself. Really loved that Jeep.

Since then I gave my Liberty to the kids when they moved out here and bought myself 06 Dodge Ram Quad Cab. Nice truck but something was missing for me... I missed my Jeep.

Sold the Ram and bought a 2010 Honda Civic as a commuter car. Nice car and great on gas but now something was really missing.

My first love has alway been Motorcycles but after 25 years of riding I was getting a little board.

Hey, I have an idea! Maybe it's time for a Wrangler instad of a bike? Doors off, top off, sunny days, out exploring with the wife, more comfortable, and the best part is... heat in the winter!

Now I have a new love. My 06 TJ. Not my DD, it's only for fun. Everyday when I get home from work I see the TJ sitting there and I just smile. Why did I wait so long...

Oh, and I still have the bike too.
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Old 11-01-2012, 08:21 PM   #38
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Had a dodge Dakota with a 318 v8. And it was almost paid off. And gas prices decided to creep ever so closer to 4 bucks a gallon back in 06. And I had enough of getting the better part of 8 mpg. So I picked up one of the last TJs left on the lot. 06 light khaki 2.4. 6 Spd. Got a hell of a deal. With the jks coming out they wanted the tjs off the lot. I was happy to help out!! Now. 6 years later shes all paid off. And about to turn 89000. At runs great ... I did have to swap the 6 spd for a 5 spd but other than that. No real problems!
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Old 11-01-2012, 08:51 PM   #39
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Why did I wait so long...
Yup. That about sums it up. I have never loved a car. Had a 89 Yota with a 22RE. I liked it......but never loved it. This TJ is mine. I can admit sometimes I walk out at night and admire her. My wife doesn't like that to much. Lol. There is just something about a TJ. I can't put my finger on it....maybe it's the grill...maybe it's the simplicity...don't know.

She just feels right.
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Old 11-01-2012, 09:00 PM   #40
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always had jeeps. when my yj was going out thought I needed something younger, and finally somethin younger than me, bought my TJ haven't second guessed it since.
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Old 11-01-2012, 10:36 PM   #41
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I looked for several months. HAD to have-
D44, 3.73 open case
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Old 11-01-2012, 11:06 PM   #42
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Wanted a TJ stock preferably Rubicon. Had plans to put short arm lift. 4-5 in.& mud tires.My Uncle wheels and deals cars on the side this girl was selling her TJ she never took off road bc she was too scared and just wanted it to.look pretty.Uncle called me up. Looked at it and I definitely was that. Beautiful. Silver 2002 mojave sport all shined up 45k miles. 35x15x12.5 dick cepek mII. Black dc rock wheels. Rock guards along body. Flat bushwacker fender flares,black hard top, tinted window, soundbars, Rhino lined interior, High dollar Rubicon express 6







inch Short arm lift/suspensionRancho shocks IN-LINE 6, and a stick in the floor with a big ol Hurst knob on it. $10,000 he said....I wrote a check he handed me the keys. Right there been in love with her since
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Old 11-01-2012, 11:58 PM   #43
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Well, after looking for one for a little over a year when my first car (a toyota cerlica, don't laugh please) took a dump on me, I finally found my Jeep.

Looking for: 6-cyl, low miles, manual, hard top, and a decent price TJ.

Ended up with: 6-cyl, low miles (73,000), soft top, for around 11,000 after trade, 14,000 with the interest over 72 months.

First car for me to make payments on, but its worth the 199 a month. Love it!

Now to find a hard top for a decent price
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Old 11-02-2012, 12:08 AM   #44
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My wife found mine for me. I had just sold my 06 Ford Expedition and was in the market for a full size heavy duty truck...I didn't care what make or model, just had to have four wheel drive and decent miles. I had been looking about 5 months with no luck, every decent truck had 250,000 miles or more...or they were over $10k and $8k was my limit. After a beach trip my wife told me she saw a black Jeep at a friends used car lot and she stopped to check it out. She loved it. She told me about it and I decided to go for a test drive. It brought back so many memories of my 77 CJ5 I had to have it. I bought it that day. It's a black 1997 4.0L Sahara 5 speed, only had 116,000 miles on the clock and was bone stock. I haven't done much to it other then 31x10.5 AT tires and a 2" BB and changed all the fluids. Had it a year now and couldn't see myself ever wanting anything else...other then maybe a TJ Rubicon.

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Old 11-02-2012, 12:13 AM   #45
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My cavalier crapped out and my grandpa had let me drive it a few times. I refused to buy an auto and the jeep was a 5 speed. He cut me a deal I couldn't refuse. Knowing what I do now I would've held out for one with a d44 rear and preferably a 98-99. Wouldn't trade the 4.0 for anything
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Old 11-02-2012, 01:40 AM   #46
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In South Africa, we get fewer options than in the US... We only have Sport or Sahara both in auto or manual and both with a 4.0L

I wanted a low milage, stock standard pavement hopper and as new a possible

What I got:

2007 TJ (Built very late 2006) Sahara in Green
53000 kms ( 33500 miles )
Still on full factory service plan
Dana 44 rear axle
No a single mod

What I missed:

Finding one in Silver or White (although white was discontinued in 2001)


What have I dont since? Replace the front bumper, put on decent, larger tyres and gotten dirty
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Old 11-02-2012, 07:08 AM   #47
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Always loved Jeeps, JK's not so much. Only prior Jeep was a CJ3A ground-up resto (by me) 20 yrs ago.

Basically wanted a fun, convertible, go-anywhere, easy to wrench on, easy to drive or trailer 3rd vehicle since I AM the wrench-turner.
Had to have (2010-2011 search timeframe):
LJ, 05-06, Low miles, automatic transmission, full doors, hard top, 4.0 engine, D44, 3.73 diffs min, LSD, 4-wheel discs, lifted if possible, non-stock bumpers if possible, $20k max or thereabouts
Bonuses I ended up with:
Rubicon

Winch bumper front, aftermarket bumper rear
RE 3.5 lift with Bilstein 5150/5160 shocks
Full maintenence history
$18.2k out-the-door
geographically close (Harford, MD)
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Auto for wife/city occasional driving, Silver (My little girl was hoping for blue or yellow), 2 young owners, beach use, minor surface rust (fasteners/seat rails) from beach atmosphere, needed tires, some tie rod ends and a shock bushing.
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Old 11-02-2012, 10:34 AM   #48
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This is my 4th Jeep ('95 XJ, '97 TJ, '02 WJ, '06 LJ Rubi), before this one I had a VW Jetta for MPG reasons but repairs on it were killing me so I figured I can fix my own Jeep's so the MPG will offset right? Of course! (In my mind if it has to do with a Jeep I tend to rationalize it some way or another so it works) I knew if I was going to get another I wanted the 4.0L and a TJ/LJ, not a JK. Test drove a LJ and liked the ride more than the TJ and since it was going to be my DD and I liked the little bit of extra room I limited the search to LJ's. I also figured I wanted to go "top of the line" sorta like the "limited" edition so I said might as well look at Rubicon's and get the Hardtop. After a month of looking I came across a black, 2006 Rubicon Unlimited for about the right price. Bought it after 1 test drive. Bonuses were single owner, the still in the box soft top the previous owner never put on and the aftermarket arm rests on the doors. Compromise was mainly the dealer refused to put on new tires, previous owner somehow had 4 different tread depths and this was "OK" to the jeep dealer to have, no need to have all the same tread depth, one being bald and the other brand new wasn't an issue...
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Old 11-02-2012, 11:37 AM   #49
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owned a Liberty in 2002 but deeply wanted a "Jeep"

couple of rides later got my self an Infiniti G35 coupe in 2007 and was searching for a good used TJ for a 2nd vehicle... during that time a friend of mine let me drive his light blue tj around it never had doors or top and we will do some off roading and it just grew the urge!!

Life happened and couldn't afford to have both so in 2012 I finally found a good TJ with low miles and I traded my Infiniti in!

No regrets! I do not miss the low ride/bells n whistles at all!
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I have always liked Jeeps (CJ's back when I was a kid and now the TJ's but never could justify getting one. I was cruzing craigslist one day and saw a 98 SE 4 cyl 5 spd with 150,000 on it and the add said for sale or possible trade for an ATV. I had 2 ATV's that we dont use that much so I thought what the hell might as well look at it. And the rest is history.
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Woke up and I had 12 inches of snow. I made up my mind I was going to have a snow plow. I wanted the in-line 6 so I bought an 05 and ordered the snow plow the same day.
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I have always liked Jeeps (CJ's back when I was a kid and now the TJ's but never could justify getting one. I was cruzing craigslist one day and saw a 98 SE 4 cyl 5 spd with 150,000 on it and the add said for sale or possible trade for an ATV. I had 2 ATV's that we dont use that much so I thought what the hell might as well look at it. And the rest is history.
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Old 11-02-2012, 07:23 PM   #53
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Always wanted one.
Had to be ..
No lift.
No big mud tires.
4 Cylinder.
Manual.
AC.
Full hard doors
I thought I wanted a hardtop, settled for soft, glad I did.
Under 10K.
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Old 11-02-2012, 11:21 PM   #54
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I looked for several months. HAD to have-
D44, 3.73 open case
5sp. 4.0
stock, bone stock
no dealer, preferably one- owner
hard top, A/C


I guess I could add that I've been into Jeeps for 15 years, but used to be early CJ5's until I sold my '67 225 V6 and bought the TJ. I had that Jeep for all 15 of those years. I also had a '70 225, a '71 with a swapped in 231, and a '71 with a 283 SBC.
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Just junked my grand wagoneer and have been looking for a wrangler for a long time. Drove past a lot and saw the exact TJ I had been out looking for Yellow and auto with vinyl seats and dern near stock (rims and pocket flares). Done deal the moment I saw her out of the corner of my eye.
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I bought my lj to have a family friendly hunting/camping rig. I also love how easy these are to work on.
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One night on Craig's List I see a 2006 Wrangler listed. Call the next day, and a woman answers and tells me there is a college guy coming down from Richmond that night to look at it. I asked her, "What are you doing right now? I can drive there in forty-five minutes." So I did.

I drove it, told her I'd pay her asking price, and practically begged her to take a $500 deposit to hold it for me. She said no problem at all, you want it, I'll hold it for you while you get your credit union loan.

Here in the South, people still take your word for making a deal.
Ever think about how the other guy feels? I had my dream Jeep swiped from me in a similar fashion. Seller said he'd let me look at it, but I refuse to skip class, so I had to wait for that evening. On the way there he said he let a guy hold it with a deposit.

When I'm selling a car, if I tell someone they can look at it, I let them look at it. That's keeping your word...and I'm from the North.

2 months later I'm still looking for my dream Jeep, again.
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Ever think about how the other guy feels? I had my dream Jeep swiped from me in a similar fashion. Seller said he'd let me look at it, but I refuse to skip class, so I had to wait for that evening. On the way there he said he let a guy hold it with a deposit.

When I'm selling a car, if I tell someone they can look at it, I let them look at it. That's keeping your word...and I'm from the North.

2 months later I'm still looking for my dream Jeep, again.
Yeah that sucks for the other guy but maybe she really needed that money to pay her mortgage or put food on the table and couldnt say no to someone giving her near her asking price. She is in the business of getting money not making someone's dreams come true. I had a couple jeeps swiped on me too but it made me realize that if I REALLY wanted one I'd have to make that opportunity happen for myself even if it meant doing something I'd normally not do (like rearrange work for personal things)
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It's not like a dealership with sharks trying to make commission; I'd expect that from them. It's person to person interaction. Iif you tell someone they have a shot, let them take it. If someone calls 2 mins later, be honest with them and tell them there's a line. If you're going to play that game then shouldn't cash be king? A 3% downpayment is trumped by cash in hand.
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I traded a 2011 Ford Ranger 2wd extended cab pick up truck for my 02 tj cause last year i got the ranger stuck in my cousins yard on thanksgiving

when i bought it it had a body lift and 35s
i ditched the body lift and the bald 35s i now have a cb 31" tires and kcs
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