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Old 11-11-2012, 10:58 PM
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http://houston.craigslist.org/cto/3356175072.html

It's a nice jeep, but this is just crazy. Or maybe I'm not seeing something? 14k???
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4k max.
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I doubt he even has that much into it...
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At most I'd give him 7, I think 4 is a little on the low ball side
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The clear coat is gone on the hatch..look close by the hatch glass
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It is a nice jeep. I just love the part where it says "this crawler has been professionally done. second to none... has rough country lift" lmao. but all those parts brand new add up to over $8000. that's before the cost of the jeep and labor
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He probably has that much into the Jeep. Just doesn't know that owning a Jeep is a losing investment.
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He'll be lucky to get half that imo, you will never be able to get what you put into a modified vehicle back out of it when you sell it unless we're talking about a restored classic car or something.
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not even in Canada would you pay that much for an xj. Ayayay. I like how it says "basically redone"
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No offense to anyone on here but jeeps seemed to be owned be a couple different social groups:

-Rich kids
-Trail guys
-And guys like my uncle who are a life long bacheoler who loves the outdoors

there are of course others but I think I know which social group he is trying to sell too lol.
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fvkin crack head. at most 5500. he doesnt even mention milage.
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if everything is brand spankin new with no mileage, it's not that far off.
but he's adding in a little much for the jeep itself.

this one's bought, not built.
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Ya this is just priced way too high, why would he ever even think he could sell it for this?
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Originally Posted by xjchris
4k max.
That's fair. If the drive train is solid

Originally Posted by Jeepineasy
I doubt he even has that much into it...
That's probably exactly how much he is into it "professionally done" sounds like "I paid a shop" warn winches and pre made tire carrier bumpers aren't cheap. A full size spare. He probably got gouged on the gear install too.

I could see someone paying about $8k for it. Not where I'm at. But maybe in his area lol



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Does that warm rear bumper really cover the reverse lights like that?
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Mileage could play a huge factor, but it's more likely he's trying to recoup the costs of having a shop doing everything for him.

Half that at best unless it's well under 100k miles and extremely clean.
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