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03-27-2012 04:33 PM
Abner Ravenwood I said goodbye/good riddance to my 2006 TJ it was a peice, could never keep it in once peice. Also said goodbye with tears when my 1999 XJ got totaled. Loved that Jeep. I would be beside myself if i lost my YJ. My one truelove. hahaha
03-21-2012 05:39 PM
OklaTJ Have no need to say good bye I have a Chevy car and a 85 SWB pickup and the jeep so its just driven around the trails and in to town when I'm home.All but the car is payed for and the car only has a little over a year and it will be payed for. My DD is a red Kenworth lol
03-21-2012 03:35 PM
jerladd I said goodbye to my 98 TJ and got a Chevy Silverado but missed my TJ so much I got an 03 Rubicon once I paid the truck off.
03-21-2012 01:36 PM
N39-W120 Didn't completly sat goodbye, just requlated to weekend fun. Ford Fusion with 6sp manual now the DD
03-21-2012 01:06 PM
Originally Posted by RedBones View Post
Nothing like crossing a train tracks.
It was like driving a 2x4 on wheels.
Train tracks suck in this car too because of the low pros.. cant wait till i have the $ for some better tires haha
03-21-2012 07:30 AM
RedBones Nothing like crossing a train tracks.
It was like driving a 2x4 on wheels.
03-20-2012 10:35 PM
xcreekarchery1 yjs are where its at nothing like having to put your fillings back in your teeth because you drove down a less than glass smooth road for alittlebit
03-20-2012 08:34 PM
RedBones Well I recked my YJ into a hill side. My first jeep.
Went and got a 97 TJ. I still miss my YJ.
03-20-2012 07:59 PM
G54 Traded in my '06 LJ for an '11 Subaru Legacy because the Jeep was my DD and seeing more and more difficult trails on weekends. If it broke I was screwed on getting to work. Plus 12 MPG didn't help with a 20 mile round trip everyday. I lasted a little over 9 months and then bought the '99 TJ I'm working on now. Since the Subie is now my DD this time the Jeep is a fun summer driver and trail jeep so no worries about the things I sold the other one for.
03-20-2012 07:57 PM
the Kolector I had to sell my TJ when we found out we were having a baby. Even though we have 2 now, I now have a JK, we have a van for family duty and road trips to family.
03-20-2012 07:21 PM
RatherBNarizona I had to sell my baby when I went into college. I do a lot of highway driving, so I needed a car will good gas mileage, and could maintain 75 on the highway. I got a Toyota Corolla, it does a lot of good things, but I still long for my Jeep. A few more months until I graduate, then I'm off to the Jeep dealership
03-20-2012 03:18 PM
xcreekarchery1 im just glad i found a car that i liked, that good good gas mileage the guy who i traded with has some good plans for the jeep, lots of things i always wanted to do but dont have the funds to do haha. Im sure weil be seeing him soon, heil tell yall about it
03-20-2012 02:19 PM
cavediverjc I had to say goodbye to my TJ. I bought a full sized truck. Missed my Jeep so bad I bought another one (this one a YJ). Truck will be used for towing duties now.

My girlfriend drives a Mini Cooper S, so when we need to go somewhere that requires more than a few highway miles, the Hemi truck and the Jeep get to stay at home.
03-20-2012 02:08 PM
crafty I would only say goodbye if I rolled and totaled it----then it would become a buggy. I have lived on instant noodles, chef boyardee and hot dogs in order to have gas money for wheeling.

Sorry for your loss.
03-20-2012 01:08 PM
people whove had to say goodbye to their jeeps :(

so i know im not the only one thats had to say goodbye to my jeep because of gas prices.. what did you guys end up getting? I couldnt stand driving a little econobox with now power so i had to find something fun with good mileage.. Traded my beloved jeep for a nissan 240sx with an sr20det motor swap. Got a good trade but stil, its no jeep

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