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post #1 of 10 Old 07-13-2013, 08:42 PM Thread Starter
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Saw a RHD XJ today.

I'm in Cincinnati. I went to a family birthday party today for one of my Grandsons. My Son In Law intorduced me to a friend of his that has a RHD Cherokee. Of course I had to see it. It was a 96' that was a 4 dr. 4.0, auto. He told me he bought it from a place in Michigan that imports them from Japan. His was very nice. Black with really nice black leather. His has pretty low miles around 80K miles. No rust, no dents, no rust. He bought it from a place called US Drive Right. I checked out there website at www.driveright.com. They don't have anything available right now. I thought it was pretty cool and just wondered if anyone had heard about them.

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post #2 of 10 Old 07-13-2013, 09:35 PM
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My mothers friend actually has one she used for postal service, its pretty wild actually lol. I was tempted to buy it and lift it that way i'd have a lifted RHD and LHD but finances prevent that from happening. But she is currently selling it for $900.

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A few of the rural mail carriers have them around here. Not really that uncommon.
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post #4 of 10 Old 07-14-2013, 07:20 AM
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That DriveRight link redirects to a company selling vehicle monitoring systems.

I was thisclose to buying a local RHD XJ when I bought the XJ I'm driving now. Ultimately I was worried it would be too hard to find replacement parts fast enough for a DD.
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They're not at all uncommon and don't need to be imported from Japan. Someone has their stories wrong.

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x2, thousand were produced for postal use. I see them around here all the time.


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x2, thousand were produced for postal use. I see them around here all the time.
And for export. There are 3 postal Jeeps I see daily in my own neighborhood.

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x2, thousand were produced for postal use. I see them around here all the time.
You're just ****ting on everyones rarity parade today. Lmao

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My mothers friend actually has one she used for postal service, its pretty wild actually lol. I was tempted to buy it and lift it that way i'd have a lifted RHD and LHD but finances prevent that from happening. But she is currently selling it for $900.
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