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Old 07-13-2011, 11:42 PM
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Is parting out a good running solid YJ worth more than selling whole?

I have my Jeep for sale in for sale section and craigslist. I know it won't sell right away but is it just easier to part out rather than deal with the silly people who come buy thinking its some luxury car with 4x4? I am sort of in a rush to sell and get money back where it belongs but I guess I could part out. Not a big fan of having to sell each little damn thing but I wouldn't mind it. Be nice to not sell all parts seperate but keep tub together. Axles and all like tha tnot just sell pieces of easy thing.

Anyway let me know. If needed please take a look in sale section and let me know what y'all think of it and whats a good route to get all I can for it. Runs and drives great. Everything is now up to date and tight.

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I would just keep it all together. You might be able to make a few more dollars by tearing it all apart but then you will have to deal with tons of emails and phone calls and shipping stuff out and meeting people to look at the parts. Plus its a real PITA to break the entire Jeep up just so someone can have a door handle or glove box. Just clean it up best you can and get all the paper work in order and it will sell. Take lots of pics with the tops and doors off as well as on.

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Unfortunatly winter is not too far away, come fall, Lots of people will start looking for a four wheel drive for the winter.
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Unfortunatly winter is not too far away, come fall, Lots of people will start looking for a four wheel drive for the winter.
Around here, I see many more Jeeps when the weather turns nice, especially when I lived in a college town. I called them the fair weather Jeepers. Most of them were probably driving Dad's Jeep at school. When winter comes (we don't get much snow, just cold and WINDY) I see a drastic reduction in Jeeps.
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