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post #1 of 7 Old 08-20-2013, 08:32 AM Thread Starter
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Whats a Quail hunting CJ7 Golden eagle worth?

I have a CJ7 Golden Eagle used for hunting in south texas that I want to sell locally. Have no idea what it is worth. Runs good, brakes need work. Inline 6 with manual transmission/4wd. Not street legal. This is not a babied show vehicle - its set up for hunting.
Has elevated rear seat and 2 front seats on front platform.
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post #2 of 7 Old 08-20-2013, 09:30 AM
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Looks like the windshield is rusted out from the backside. Assuming it has no top and has been sitting out in the rain / sun $1500 - $2000 tops IMHO

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Pics of floor and frame would help. If either are savable, $1500-2k here... if someone can get past the looks. If quail hunting isn't popular, cut that junk off, clean up a bit, and try listing.

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Pics of floor and frame would help. If either are savable, $1500-2k here....
A lot more if those seats had a different camo pattern....
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post #5 of 7 Old 08-21-2013, 07:19 AM Thread Starter
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Hey thanks for the comments. I was thinking $1k initially, but looks like I'll start at $2k. The floor and frame have no rust whatsoever. Windshield and one side panel has some rust. Normally I have seat covers on all the seats, but I pulled them off to clean everything up. My two young daughters love this thing, but I'm running out of storage space for my toys, and I hate to just let this thing sit (hence the brakes acting up)- 4 wd and tranny work great.
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Hey thanks for the comments. I was thinking $1k initially, but looks like I'll start at $2k. The floor and frame have no rust whatsoever. Windshield and one side panel has some rust. Normally I have seat covers on all the seats, but I pulled them off to clean everything up. My two young daughters love this thing, but I'm running out of storage space for my toys, and I hate to just let this thing sit (hence the brakes acting up)- 4 wd and tranny work great.
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If you aren't opposed to doing work, I'd either remove, or look for some cheap flares. Those make the Jeep look beat. And again, unless you think you'll find someone wanting a hunting Jeep, I'd cut that stuff off.

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post #7 of 7 Old 08-21-2013, 07:31 AM
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Cut all that stuff off and make it appear as stock as you can. Your Jeep will appeal to a much larger group. Right now you're going after a specialized market.

And don't forget it's a "Golden Eagle" (How apropos for a quail rig... )

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