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    Jeep value?

    I know nothing about Jeeps besides they are gay and expensive.

    I am looking to add another vehicle to my business and have found this one for sale.

    It ticks off the checklist

    Auto
    Slightly lifted
    Bright color
    Underbody glow (fag) lights
    Loud Stereo

    Paint job is 1 year old so not sure if it is old enough to see if it is hiding a bunch of BS body work or not

    Asking $10k

    1997
    179k
    4 cyl motor

    Thoughts?

    What do you think a fair price for it is?

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    #2
    Year?
    miles?
    Any maintenance history?

    10k seems like alot of money IMO.

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      #3
      Looks like a rental roll over waiting to happen.



      But since you asked...Maybe around 7.

      I dunno
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        #4
        Jeeps are stupid. That wouldn't last 10 minutes on a lot here. Not gay ones go for $20k here, they're worse than Toyotas.

        Your area is going to be fairly specific on prices.

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          #5
          Firewood goes for around $200/ chord.

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            #6
            Bout tree fiddy

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              #7
              Its perfect for an East Tennessee rental. For a tj, it is 3k-5k high. That is not to say it will not sell, but that is really high for a 2.5 tj. If the gay paint,wheels and cheap lift make you money from the get go it might be a good buy for you. Value has a lot to do with return on investment in your case. It would be a terrible buy for someone looking for a good deal on a personal TJ. That is based off of NC,SC,GA,TN prices that I can find private party, not salvage rebuilds.

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                #8
                I'd say keep it listed for 10K the first fruit that jews you down to 9K go for it. He will think it's a deal, and you will go home laughing 'cause he way overpaid.

                BTW the 2.5L auto jeeps are hard to find. But they make great drivetrains for rockcrawling.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by KarlVP View Post
                  I'd say keep it listed for 10K the first fruit that jews you down to 9K go for it. He will think it's a deal, and you will go home laughing 'cause he way overpaid.

                  BTW the 2.5L auto jeeps are hard to find. But they make great drivetrains for rockcrawling.
                  So he should offer 9k?

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by flecker View Post

                    So he should offer 9k?
                    Reading comprehension is a motherfucker.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by flecker View Post

                      So he should offer 9k?
                      I'm struggling with reading comprehension today. I thought he was selling it.

                      That being said, the 2.5L auto is hard to come by. I'd offer 9K.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by KarlVP View Post

                        I'm struggling with reading comprehension today. I thought he was selling it.

                        That being said, the 2.5L auto is hard to come by. I'd offer 9K.
                        You offer $7500 if you want to pay $9k

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by KarlVP View Post
                          That being said, the 2.5L auto is hard to come by. I'd offer 9K.
                          There's a reason for that. The 2.5 is a big enough dog when you can stir the stick yourself.

                          There's no way I'd pay $10k for a 23 year old 4 banger Jeep presumably sitting on the factory axles.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by KarlVP View Post

                            I'm struggling with reading comprehension today. I thought he was selling it.

                            That being said, the 2.5L auto is hard to come by. I'd offer 9K.
                            If I were to ever buy another TJ/ LJ, I would only get a 4.0, 6 speed... I am biased though. I do NOT miss my Jeep. I made money on it though.

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                              #15
                              Pretty much what I thought.

                              it is not a great deal

                              it is not a horrible deal

                              I guess I will check it out and if it is not all full of rust holes and bondo I will see if I can pick it up for $9k.

                              My ROI on that should break even in 45 days so I think it will work.

                              Me personally, I would not buy it unless I was planning a build and if that was the case I would want it for much less as I would be tossing everything out.

                              They are bringing it by tomorrow so i will know more then.

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