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post #16 of 21 Old 07-30-2013, 07:53 AM
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It is cool! I do wonder about the top options though. The website only shows a bikini top. I also wonder if the rear seat in moved back light it is in the LJ.


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post #17 of 21 Old 08-16-2013, 01:17 AM
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I will comment on this to say I believe the 4 door saved jeep from bankruptcy and thus we can still enjoy Jeeps as a whole,Personally I prefer the 2 door JK,I did have a 06 TJ and I feel I gained quite a bit more room in comparison, I have considered a roof rack to accommodate more items. Hey I miss the TJ for driving in tight places but I luv my new JK rides better and I feel it has more offroad capability except for the tight 4 wheeler trails
No. Our goverment did. Whos gonna pay them back? Jjkin

OP can always get a 4door and brute conversion...just dont take out the rear seats. Then i remembered someone mentioned a problem finding a hard or soft top.....

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No. Our goverment did. Whos gonna pay them back? Jjkin

OP can always get a 4door and brute conversion...just dont take out the rear seats. Then i remembered someone mentioned a problem finding a hard or soft top.....

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Just to clear up any misconceptions, Chrysler went bankrupt in 2007, 2 years before the auto bailouts, and were owned by Fiat by the time the government was doing anything for GM. As such, Chrysler was not bailed out by the government. As well, Ford remained financially liquid by selling most of their subsidiaries and dissolving the Mercury brand. GM was the only automaker that accepted bailout money, and they've since paid it back in full, using privately-backed investments to cover those costs.

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GM received $49.5 billion from taxpayers, and has returned about $24 billion of that through loan repayments and the sale of stock during its successful initial public offering.


Chrysler Group received $10.5 billion in bailout funds, and returned all but about $1.3 billion through loan repayment and share repurchases..

Neither company has finished paying back the loans.
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The 2-door is impractical...which is why Chrysler sells a lot more 4-door Wranglers. I like it for the tight trails but if I had to do it again, I'd get a 4 door.
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post #21 of 21 Old 08-20-2013, 02:15 PM
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I had an adult in the back of my LJ this weekend. It has plenty of space but was a bit of a pain to get in and out of.

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