Jeep Wrangler Forum banner

1 - 5 of 5 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
58 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
Well its time. Being a college student 7 hour drive from home, the YJ is not reliable, so I went with a 2000 Grand Cherokee. BUT its still a JEEP! I just need more room to haul gear and more reliability vs the 1993 YJ. So here is the question (finally) I cannot afford (college student) to keep both SO
Here is what we have into the 93 YJ over the past 2 years...Battery,Brakes(rotors drums) exhaust(cat,free flow muffle) K&N filter, Rancho shocks & steering stablizer, 2" shackel lift, Mickey Thompson 31s, full tune up,steering shaft, front & rear rock crawler bumpers, driving & off road lights on separate fuse block, new clutch, rebuilt tranny, U-Joints, rocker guards, winshield frame, tailgate, hinges, tire carrier, mesh light guards, drivers side floor panel,
drivers side cowel panel. front clip professionally painted , gauge cluster.
It still has electrical issues - leaks rain (still working on that). I know I cant recoup all the $$ thats into it. What range $$ should I ask??? OH, 1993
hardtop with bikini, 190,000 miles or so 4 Banger
 

·
Pushy, Loudmouthed, and Ballsy
Joined
·
6,177 Posts
48 sounds about right to me. Your location may hurt you some on book.
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
1,670 Posts
Bad time to try and sell with this economy. How does the frame and the rest of the rig look with rust? How's your interior? If things are good I would take a wild stab at $4,500 range. Check your local listings though.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
70 Posts
Yep...i'd check craigslist in your location and see how much their going for then go from there. I know around here they very on price...just depends on whats been done to the jeep and how good of shape its in.
 
1 - 5 of 5 Posts
Top