|04-05-2007 10:04 PM|
|penguin_in_a_cj||Ok first off the inline six is just as strong of a motor for offroading as the v8 was it does the job without the noise but it does it. as for the trans ya the older ones were nice but things changed and you can buy transmissions now that are borderline to bullet proof that bolt to a inline six. I paid 2800 for mine after it was restored with a hard top and doors, a winch and a fresh 258. you just have to look man.|
|03-25-2007 10:00 PM|
|03-25-2007 09:48 PM|
|Odd is he||
I gave a quick look...
good cond' (no major rusting that i could see)
Green w/ diamond plating
4 or 5spd (cant remember)
stock size bfg at's
|03-25-2007 09:44 PM|
|Dare2BSquare||So, you didn't even look? I would have.|
|03-25-2007 09:36 PM|
|Odd is he||Their is a 78' forsale down the road from me, I went to go take a look but turned away the second i saw the price..... "$3,750 FIRM"|
|03-25-2007 05:49 PM|
|03-24-2007 12:33 PM|
|03-23-2007 07:37 PM|
There are a lot of options that were in 70's CJ's that just weren't around in the 80's. They stopped offereing the V8 in 82 I believe for example.
So yeah CJ's are kind of gold to the wheelin community for all kinds of reasons.
|03-23-2007 06:38 PM|
|Dare2BSquare||They are antiques.|
|03-23-2007 06:31 PM|
70's cj's in the local truck trader gor for $3000-25000. These things made of gold!?? What did some of you guys pay for yours, or what do you think is fair?
Apparently everyone else wants them too. Only reason i can think of as to why they can be worth that much.