Bought my first TJ in 07 (98 sport) and have had 3 others since then, all stock with a few small things here and there. When I first saw the Inca Gold I knew one day I would buy one, well finally in early 2012 I was able to make that happen. I drove 9 hours each way to Virginia to pick it up and its been a blast for the last year stock. Now has come the time to dump some time and money into it.
2003 Rubicon BONE stock 68k miles 5speed 4.0
Stock Rubi wheels
305-70r16 BFG KM2s
MBRP Stainless Exhaust
Currie/Savvy 3" JJ lift with aluminum arms ect ect
Currie Track Bar
Leds inside the gauges and jeep
Locker defeat switch for use in 4 high
Alpine V9 amp
Polk Speakers in dash and sound bar
10" Type R sub
Trailer hitch for my ski
Monstaline Entire Inside
Here she is last Feb the day I brought her home. Bone stock UNMOLESTED one owner never wheeled or anything. It had street tires and chrome on it lol. Since it came from the south there was no rust and I later discovered the whole Jeep had been undercoated professionally so everything was perfect. The price was more than right so I bought it, I was very close to financing a 2012 and then this popped up for sale.
The next day I broke it in a little not much wheeling here on LI but I found an ok spot to have some fun......
Soon after I got rid of the chrome
Then took a trip to Rausche Creek, I have a vid somewhere of me getting water in the motor because it came over my hood going through lake Christie. It powered through but man was it scary......
Summer came around and I needed to tow my GP1300r so I decided to put a hitch on the jeep along with a nice new soft top.
Had some more fun with it , no windshield.
Than onto the monstaliner, PITA prep but well worth the end result. I would recommend it to anyone who has the patience for it.
Also I added the deck and speakers at some point over the summer but no good pics of that yet. So now here we are at today some more goodies arrived on monday.........
And so begins the real fun, the lift, tires, and all the good things that make a jeep a jeep.
Wish me luck.....