This jeep was involved in a wreck by the previous owners, and I have noted this in another description. Salvage title is just a piece of paper, if you want a good jeep for a fair price, a salvage title vehicle may be good for you. If you really look hard the newly painted parts are slightly off, if this is a worry, this jeep isn't for you. This jeep is perfect for someone who wants to keep this for a while, and enjoy it. One day the LJ's will be a highly sought after vehicle. The ride much better and they have more room in the rear.
There are a few other flaws: there is a deep scratch in the roof that is about 2" long, not leaking, but worth mentioning. Also, there are some dog hairs in the carpet.. My vacuum was borrowed and not returned, so I have not been able to do this. The wheels have a bit of corrosion on the edges, and the jeep will need tires.
This has the hard to find hard top also, which can be valued at $1000-$1500 (or more), so take this into consideration when bidding. If you do not want the hardtop, I will credit you back $1000 for the top.
As far as the jeep runs and drives, there are no problems, the engine is very quiet and the transmission shifts as you expect (no problems). The 4 wheel drive works well. The A/C blows cold.
Overall this is a nice jeep and would be great for daily driving, off-roading, traveling, towing behind a motor home, around the farm or at the beach.
I am selling this jeep as-is and where-is with no warranty. You are welcome to email and ask for my phone number to discuss the jeep, or come to Charleston and take a look for yourself (best if you are serious).
I will assist with shipping, like take to a local terminal or help load, but that is it, the winning owner will need to handle all of the arrangements.
Please make sure you know what you are bidding on, so there are no misunderstandings.
The jeep is also listed locally, so it may end without notice, but I will honor a commitment with a non refundable deposit.
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