|05-29-2008 12:40 AM|
price reduced to $12,350
|04-28-2008 03:10 PM|
|04-22-2008 08:15 PM|
Forgot to mention I have a few road flares to go along with it.
|04-21-2008 11:21 PM|
For Sale: 2000 Wrangler Sport (Delaware) (pics inside)
Well I'm going to be moving to Manhattan as soon as possible (to go back to school) and won't be needing my Jeep anymore. Its a 5-speed and I've only had it for a year and really didn't drive it that much or that hard. In the year that I've had it, I've added:
-Rubicon Express 3.5" lift kit
-Rubicon Express tube shocks
-15"x7" American Racing wheels
-33"x12.5" BF Goodrich All Terrains
-Mirror relocation brackets (although currently I only have the driver's side installed)
-Hurst T-handle =)
-I also have a brand new set of Chrome Cragars with Goodyear Wranglers (which only have about 1,800 miles on them)
I thinks thats it. So anyways, I looked online to see what they're asking price is for my model year. The 2000 Wranglers I saw without lift kits or tires were going for around $12,000 with 75-85,000 miles on them. Mine has only 48,000 miles on it. As of today, I owe $12,300 on my loan. I'm only looking to make $700 or so for a lift kit, and rims/tires that have only been on the rig for a year. Plus the extra 5 rims/tires that came on it when I bought it.
So I guess an asking price would be $13,000 or if somebody would like to give me cash and take over the payments in their name, that'd be just as good. My payments are only $252/month.
Here's my contact info. if anybody is interested:
email address: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
If somebody/anybody could help me out, that'd be greatly appreciated.
Here are a few pics when I JUST got the suspension and rime/tires installed. Thanx for checking it out!
And here are the rims/tires it came with that go along with it: