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07-18-2013 09:10 AM
JK-linux When selling modified cars, I was always told to take 1/2 to 1/3 the value of the add on parts AWAY from what the KBB value of the car is. Keep in mind, this is stuff like cams and heads and high end "invisible" stuff like gears harnesses and chassis items. I doubt wheels and rims and a lift would effect the price too much one way or the other as long as the buyer felt they wouldn't need new ones in less than a year.
I'd agree that you would get more for your winch, dual battery setup, tuner, LED bar, etc... if you parted it out. I'd be running away from a bed lined tub, unless I knew you and your work. Tire carrier, Jerry cans and hard top would be worth more sold separately as well. Just my 2 cents - every market is different.
07-18-2013 08:49 AM
xcoaste Your best bet might be selling somethings separately. Depending on the market in your area, the hardtop might be something to not package and maybe the tuner. Everything else looks like it is going to be attached pretty well! If you have never sold a modified Jeep, it can be tricky. It can be hard to find the right buyer as most will surely undervalue the items you have added, or just not be attracted by them. They may also assume you wheel it pretty hard whether you did or not.
07-18-2013 07:53 AM
Txrdstr As much as you can get for it, I will start the bidding at 100$, and got cash in hand.

Seriously, check KBB and add about 1/2 for the mods orig cost and both sides will get a fair deal! I'm thinking close to 28k
07-18-2013 04:37 AM
whats it worth?

I have a 2012 2dr Rubicon. Its crush orange with 16k on it. It has manual locks and windows, infinity system and connect w/ Bluetooth. It has the following add ons. It has also had the updated head put on the drivers side.
Aev snorkel
Aev heat reduction hood
50 in double row led light bar w/ spod switches inside
300$ combo battery ( starting and deep cycle....agm )
12k warn powerplant winch
Or fab rear geiko skins armor w/ led lights
Or fab rear tire carrier w/ 2 jerry cans
Soft and hard tops
Bed lined tub
Rock krawler 2.5 max travel w/ fox 2.0 shocks
325/65/18 cooper stt on 18 in dominator wheels
Custom front and rear bumpers.
Bully dog tuner
Ace tube fenders.

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