I've got a 94 YJ and a 2005 Willys Edition, this looks like a morhing of the two of them. Lotta stars there. Wonder why owner did not go LOA on the lift rather than all that body lift and ginormous shackles- it does look like they are boomerang shacks though.
It looks like an East German Army camo net gone bad in there.
You kids are probably saying to yourself, "Now, I'm gonna go out, and I'm gonna get the world by the tail, and wrap it around and put it in my pocket!!" Well, I'm here to tell you that you're probably gonna find out, as you go out there, that you're not gonna amount to Jack Squat!!" You're gonna end up eating a steady diet of government cheese, and living in a van down by the river!
Ok so most people here seem to not like it. Other than the exterior paint job which is cool. My brother has never had a jeep before and he saw this one and really liked it. So I made an offer on it to try and get it for him as a birthday/graduation present in part with the family. But the guy didnt budge much on price, so the scouting continues. I hated the interior camo paint too, but thought everything else was pretty cool.
yeah if they won't budge on price after they hosed the interior i would totally pass.
anytime any customization is done sub-par, it simply needs to cause a price reduction; i don't think anyone who likes army-looking jeeps will like that interior, seller needs to acknowledge this. jeep is okay to buy if price reflects the mistake, it's no different than having body damage on a vehicle.
which is not the same as tailoring an item that only a niche group will like - it already is in that category for having the OD & stars exterior. so his only potential buyers are those who like military looking stuff. of them, i think few would like the rasperry camo so the price needs to reflect the rasperry