So, I've have had a listing for 2 weeks ready to post, but just posted it earlier tonight on eBay.
Started the reserve semi high, but nothing too crazy... Did this primarily because I don't want to see it go, but it's at a price that someone may be willing to pay.
I've had my Jeep for 6 years, lots of fun and have really enjoyed it. Thinking it is time for something new when I graduate college, so I thought now may be the right time to list it and get it out there.
What are y'alls thoughts? I know I said I'd never sell it, but receiving some offers in the last few months, I want to get it out there and see what other offers I may get.
Pretty sure I may end up picking a '14 SRT after they come out and I drive one, but also have a few other ideas, some crazier than others.
I think you should keep it in 50 years or sooner these things will be a fat chunk of change and definitley be a classic kinda like the 72 chevelle and 68 camaros are. I think you'll regret it as last summer when I was jeepless I watched your sub videos and was geekin out. Which pursuaded me into getting one even further
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Damn Johnny, I gotta say that this caught me off guard. Is it just me, but does it seem like everyone's getting rid of their rigs? First Paulo, then John, HemiShopJim, and now Tony. Hell, I admit that I've given it some serious thought the past few months, and I wouldn't think twice about unloading mine if the right offer came along. Whether or not you end up keeping it, I'm sure it will be a decision that you won't make lightly. Like others have said, if anyone else ends up with your Jeep, they will have one helluva ride!
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