|01-07-2006 12:28 PM|
|naterg||Well, I want to get a waggy for that, but I would still like to have a TJ to mildly build and drive daily. Id get a waggy and chop and build up to take on the hard stuff.|
|01-07-2006 11:13 AM|
|daddyjeep||I was wondering what Reno was. Another thought for you is to keep the econobox thing and get yourself an older Jeep that you won't have to drive every day. That way You can build it and break it without worrying how you are gong to get to work.|
|01-06-2006 05:30 PM|
|01-06-2006 04:47 PM|
He has one of these.. well I think this is it? 2005 Suzuki Reno
|01-06-2006 03:10 PM|
|Texapple||Glad to have you with us.....I'll keep my fingers crossed that you make the sell & get your Jeep real soon|
|01-06-2006 01:32 PM|
|amerijeep||Welcome! I hope you get rid of the whatever it is and get your Jeep you want. Good luck!|
|01-06-2006 12:18 PM|
Welcome to the club Nate..I just bought a 97 TJ...my first Jeep and I love it...good choice for my first Jeep I think.
Bill in Jacksonville Fla.
|01-06-2006 12:10 PM|
Welcome aboard Nate and hope you get that new Wrangler back in your driveway soon.
Thanks for the compliments on the site, we all seem to like it around here. Hope you stick around. We welcome everyone's contributions.
|01-06-2006 11:52 AM|
Former and hopefully future TJ owner
Hello all, I'm Nate. I used to own a 97 TJ SE and sold it after I got tired of driving it back and forth to college and such. I wanted a 6 cyl. Anyway, when I sold it I bought a 96 Dodge Ram. I loved it except for the fact that it was a piece of crap. Bad tranny, burned oil, leaked coolant. I really got screwed. Anyway, after I decided to move to MI, my parents convinced me to trade it in on a 2005 Suzuki Reno (WHAT??), since I was already there and my truck was here with them, it was the easiest thing for them to do. Now, however, I am back in Sweet Home Alabama, and I have found a few jeeps that I really like, specifically this one. However, I must sell the Reno first. I may be able to sell it to my bro or sis, but we shall see. I will own a TJ again thats for sure.
Wow, I am long winded, anyway, the story on how I found the site. I was going to do a site of my own (have had a few that didn't work out so far) and decided to do a wrangler specific one. My buddy Brent ownes www.mustangevolution.com and is very knowledgeable with sites, especially VB and offered his help to me. Well, in my research I came across this site, and liked it a lot, so I have decided to find another idea for a website and join this one and help it along. I really like the site.
Ok, I am done talking.