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Old 09-14-2005, 06:59 PM
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Default Moab-Ready Rock Crawler For Sale

1980 CJ-7:
Front and rear ARBs (plus heavy duty warn hubs so the screws don't back out), T18a, Teralow transfer case, 456 gears, on-board air, 36" BFGs, 360 V-8 recently rebuilt, Rhino Lined Interior, Hard Top, Bikini,cd player, crawler bumpers, flat-fender cut outs, trailer hitch bumper. Plenty of photos if you want to see it in action. $8,000.
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Old 09-14-2005, 07:42 PM
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you've picked the wrong board to advertise a jeep on...
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Old 09-14-2005, 07:59 PM
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1980 CJ-7:
Front and rear ARBs (plus heavy duty warn hubs so the screws don't back out), T18a, Teralow transfer case, 456 gears, on-board air, 36" BFGs, 360 V-8 recently rebuilt, Rhino Lined Interior, Hard Top, Bikini,cd player, crawler bumpers, flat-fender cut outs, trailer hitch bumper. Plenty of photos if you want to see it in action. $8,000.
Nice Jeep, what does it want to be when it grows up??


Just pullin' your leg, but I don't think any one here would be interested. Have you tried Colorado4x4.org?
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Old 09-14-2005, 09:15 PM
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1980 CJ-7:
Front and rear ARBs (plus heavy duty warn hubs so the screws don't back out), T18a, Teralow transfer case, 456 gears, on-board air, 36" BFGs, 360 V-8 recently rebuilt, Rhino Lined Interior, Hard Top, Bikini,cd player, crawler bumpers, flat-fender cut outs, trailer hitch bumper. Plenty of photos if you want to see it in action. $8,000.
CJ-7? It has a lot of refinements to go if it's only at 7....our least refined rigs in the club are at 25 and the highest are at 100.
Just kidding....friendly brand bashing is harmless! Your rig sound's sweet but you might not get much interest on this forum. Good luck...I will cross post this on a couple of other club sites that I wheel with that definately might be interested.
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Old 09-15-2005, 10:18 AM
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Obviously, a cry for help! Reading between the lines this person obviously wants to become a proud Toyota owner! Maybe, someone can offer him/her a trade for a Toyota, of course the Toyota being a 2:1 more valueable vehicle. So, in Toyota dollars we're talking around $4,000.00 for this
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Old 09-17-2005, 11:48 PM
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If you hadn't sold it . . . maybe we could go wheelin' and you'd see that Toyota's are not the only vehicles that can crawl. Of course, if you want to help me come to the realization that I need a Toyota, you need to help me sell this Jeep in American dollars

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Old 09-17-2005, 11:51 PM
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I just found it today.

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Old 09-17-2005, 11:58 PM
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Default Thanks For Passing This Along . . .

. . . to those who don't know better and buy Jeeps.

I'm going to have to pass this thread along to a friend I wheel with who has a 4-Runner with a rear locker. I thinks it's great when the modified Jeeps all laugh at the "grocery-getter" and then are amazed when he does the trail or obstacle w/o breaking a sweat.

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Old 09-18-2005, 03:08 AM
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Is there some conversation happening that isn't showing up? Almost appears to be a transcript of a phone coversation only at one end.....
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