I have a 90' YJ 6cyl 4.2 Carburator engine. Engine runs good, starts good... on a scale from 1-10 mechanically, its prob a 7...
I have a 4" procomp lift, procomp tires and wheels... Custom made bumpers for both front and rear... (cast iron and rhino lined) Rear bumper also has a storage compartment. A/C is converted into a air compressor (compresses into rear bumper tube)..... uhmm... Entire tub is Herculined... i have an overhead speaker bar, decent looking dash (everything is functional, but gas gauge gets stuck at times... Sony or JVC Stereo (looks pretty nice..) A mile marker winch ( i dont know how many lbs its for)
Body is in good condition, only front 2 fenders are kinda damaged (not really bad..). soft top is in VERY good condition, windows need to be cleaned because its getting foggy looking.. the entire bottom of the car is painted flat black. (looks good =] )
It is a salvage title in CA ... I have a friend who sells about 100 cars a year through ebay so he can use his good feedback for me... but he doesnt know jeeps at all.. so what do you guys think? how much do you think i can get for it? i have some old pix coming up, ill take current ones today or tom..
the last 2 are the bottom of the car.. the flat black that i was talking about... i know they are horrible pix to sell a car with, but they were just some i had in my phone already... ill get you guys recent ones if y'all need it...
Ask me anything that makes a big difference in the value i know almost everything thats done to the car.
Here in Connecticut you could probably get about $4500 for it if everything checks out mechanically and frame wise. If it was black I would pay $5500. That salvage title would get me nervous and I would want to know what happened to it
DAMMIT! i just found out i have frame damage too! Its been about 3 months since the accident... And i am going to disclose the fact that its a salvage to the buy... if any... but DARN! who is ganna buy a car with frame damage??
Frame damage would not scare me away, its a Jeep they get beat on and frames rot away. If it was repaired the right way and it was mechanically sound I would still buy it. Jeepers are a breed of their own and I don't think many buyers are going to expect a 20 year old vehicle to be like new and not have problems.