Here is my baby, I don't really want to sell her, but I am looking to get rid of some bills, and this is a big one. I haven't had a chance to take her off roading for two summers now, and I am not sure when I'll be able to do so, so it's time to let her go.
There are no mechanical or electrical problems, she is current on service and maintenance, and I have kept a log of such activities. I've always used Mobile 1 5w20 full synthetic and WIX or NAPA Gold filters. I have changed the differential fluid and transmission fluid already, and she got an oil change recently. I've never wrecked it, or broke anything, but I did hit a deer about a year ago, and thanks to the massive bumper, there was absolutely no damage done!
The Jeep has a tad over 31k miles, and I do currently drive it every other day, so it will go up slowly.
I have had some modifications done, and most are going on 2-3 years, so no worries about them. I used reputable shops and manufacturers and all mods add to the functionality of this beast, both on and off road. Here is a list of things altered/added/replaced:
ARB bumpers front and rear (turn signals were deleted for a nicer look and both were bedlined)
Warn 9.5cti-s winch, wired with 2/0 gauge cable, and Anderson quick disconnects (1/0 gauge jumper cables included for no hood lift jumping of other's vehicles)
Hella HID off road lights and KC back up lights
Cibie H4 headlights, wired through Hella waterproof relays (probably the best mod done)
AEV hood painted to match by local dealership
AEV snorkel, comes with ram air and pre filter
AEV 17" Pintler wheels wrapped in 35x12.50-17 Cooper Discoverer STT tires (lots of tread left)
Teraflex 2.5" coil spring suspension lift with Teraflex adjustable track bars, AEV control arm brackets, JKS steering dampener, and JKS track bar mounts
Katzkin heated leather seats (not covers, the fabric was replaced)
Poison Spyder rocker plates and custom, frame mounted, rock sliders (not ARB, just wanted them to match)
BenchMark Dual Battery kit, using the switch inside, you can self jump start
Superchips tuner, needed for calibrating speedometer, and can be used for diagnostics/tuning
Dominion Off Road rear tub enlargement kit (the rear cubby is twice as big now) with Tuffy security cover (and it's filled with ARB winch goodies, like a snatch block and straps)
The drivetrain is stock. There are many more little mods, like the Homelink compass/temp mirror, but I'm not sure if they're all worth mentioning. The stereo has been upgraded, but the subwoofer is missing. There are RCA's and power cables ran, so you will need an amp and sub, if you choose to add one. The front speakers were replaced with quality componants, and are ran off of a Kenwood amplifier. It gets plenty loud. All of the wiring was done using Weatherpack connectors, just like Jeep does it, and custom switches and a fuse/relay block were used. I recently removed the custom, swing out rear tire carrier, and will include it, and the spare tire, but it will need to be welded back on. I do not know of any dents, dings, or scratches on her, but the inside of the tailgate does have some screw holes in it, from a previously installed subwoofer box.
Well, I can't think of much more to add, so ask any questions you may have. I have it for sale locally, for $28,000, and would like to get that out of it. KBB agrees that my price is right, but I will entertain reasonable offers. I have spent roughly $10,000 on these upgrades, and KBB lists it at $25,000 stock. I am also including a set of AEV rear corner guards, that will need to be painted, and LED tail lights. Like I said earlier, I don't really want to sell her, so I won't be giving it away. Thanks for looking and good luck finding your Jeep!