My close friend's wife stopped driving her old Jeep Wrangler when she bought a new Compass. Since then it's just been sitting in their driveway, getting overgrown with weeds.
It's a 1992 with the 6 cylinder, automatic, hard top, and only 80,000 miles. It's always run well. The body is in good shape without rust. One of the front fenders is rusted out, because my friend accidentally mushed it against a tree.
He told me I can have it for $2,500 if I get it out of there. Should I do it? From my research it seems like they're going for significantly more than that.
One thing to keep in mind with YJs when switching to a soft top is the full steel doors (which I'm assuming the Jeep has since it's a hard top) won't fit with a factory style soft top. The corners of the full doors are rounded while the factory soft top door opening is squared.
If you want to use the full doors with a soft top you need to go with something like the Supertop or Sunrider top which would work with the full doors. Either that or get half doors and uppers with a squared corner and use a factory style soft top.