|03-28-2011 09:18 PM|
|stanger04||Forgot to add the doors like they are will bring 200 easy if there is glass in them. Roll bar around 75 and say the t case is okay 100, frame around 200. Jeep is paid for rest is profit, these are fast top of the head guesses but will be close for fast movement.|
|03-28-2011 09:15 PM|
|stanger04||Depends on how hot the fire was as to what is fixable. Most metal stuff drive train, motor, etc., should be but complete over haul is needed. For you Jeep I would say buy this for 5 or less if you can. Tear it apart and sell everything, should have enough to get a nice new axle for yours, at least. Then again maybe use the frame as a base for a really cool crawler.|
|03-28-2011 09:03 PM|
What ya know bout International Scout Axles???
I have the opportunity to buy a recently burned out 93 yj wrangler. When I say burned out it's an understatement. The reason I was looking at it is because it has international scout axles. Has anyone ever delt with scout axles? I have a TJ so I have the coil springs and the other jeep has the leaf springs, so I know modifications would have to be made there. Has anyone ever rebuilt a jeep that had burned? I was just wondering if the motor n tranny are salvageable. Most importantly are the axles salvageable??? Don't know much about them. I'll post the pics I have of the jeep. If you know scout axles please fill me in. He wants $500.00 for the whole jeep. I was thinking $200.00 What do ya think?