Bought it back in August this year; been busy detailing it, not in a hurry to tag it - also have 04 Limited as daily driver; bought the 03 as a back up plan in case the 04 craps out - that has 102k now but meticulously cared for so hopefully will hold out till I'm ready to drive the 03 daily then sell the 04. Mileage is what caught my attention; figured to dump $2-3K in it for fresh tires, brakes, battery, and wheels - should have nice low mileage Overland for about $10-11K when done; replaced 3 badges and hood, lift and glass shocks too - just really weather worn, been parked outside all these years (and the guy had any empty garage - go figure....).
Bought it this last Friday, paid $900 dropped off at my house.
2000 4.7 Limited w/Tow Package, 166K miles, a little rough on the exterior (dings, small scratches, broke passenger rear taillight, cracks in the front and rear bumper covers), interior is a little dirty, but the leather is in good condition. Did a little troubleshooting for the crank, no start condition and it looks liked the ECM died on the PO. Picked up a used ECM from the junkyard for $30 and just had it flashed on my lunch break for $65.
__________________ His: '00 WJ 4.7 Limited- Some stuff
$1,500 on a '01 Laredo I6 with 225,000 on the clock. I've owned it for 2 years. Up to 265,000. (I drive A LOT between 2 states for work. ) Going through some repairs as we speak. Currently needs front axle shafts and upper rear control arm. Repaired radiator, fan and fan relay. (Nightmare story) Having fun adding options it didn't come with.
-factory foglights with switch and relay.
-2003 luminescent gauges and black needles.
-2004 Overland rock rails.
-auto dimming rear view mirror
-2010 Wrangler Unlimited X steel wheels. (Old photo; rims are now Plasti-Dipped in Black. "Grand Cherokee" on front doors removed.
-2003 Grille with chrome rings
got mine 2 years ago . 97000 miles great shape one owner for 4800. now lifted and adding new stuff every month, I like it better then our 2007 GC and our 2008 Commander . Oh also picked up a 2001 Cherokee at the same time for 3000. with 119.000 on the OD.
paid WAY 2 much, but it's an 04 overland I bought from a dealer in 2010 for $17,500 it had 46k on it (now 71k) & dealer replaced entire HVAC system, new brakes including calipers and rotors, and new tires. Still paying it off though, & will be for a while! 4.7 H.O., Rock sliders, & navigation in Onx green. A virgin & exactly what I was looking for! You could eat off the underside of this thing!