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post #1 of 3 Old 11-23-2021, 02:22 PM Thread Starter
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2000 Jeep Wrangler Sahara

I am looking to get my first wrangler. I found a bone stock 2000 Sahara with 90k miles that looks like it rolled off the showroom floor. 4.0L. Automatic. No rust. It really is pristine. Hard top. What is a ballpark fair price on a jeep like this? Thanks in advance.

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post #2 of 3 Old 11-24-2021, 04:54 PM
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hard to say today. but since no one can see it how pristine and rust free is #1. Paint still pristine means a lot. No rust. No means No rust under body and frame is something one need to climb under and know what to look for but we are talking Pristine. so yea like paint markings from the factory might still be there.....

Cost will vary where you are as well. Prices can be high today on used, so much so some ended up an investment. When inflation is so bad even a 3 year old used vehicle might be worth more today then when it was new at least break even and that is all inflation as cars never are an investment.

might be a 15k + jeep? might be for 15k they sell you a duck too. paint can make things look all nice. Bed line can cover rust issues more then fix them......

might be a 10k jeep. Its no Rubi and not a LJ , those can fetch much more. Rubi hara was top of the list in those days and since only 1-1000 made they are and will be the most valued Jeep of its era.

check local prices and out of state. See what your money buys, today a song maybe, short one....

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post #3 of 3 Old 11-27-2021, 07:20 PM
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The best way to determine price is to go look at, kick the tires, test drive as many as you can in your local, and even extended, area. Even those that you know you don't want. Dealers and private sellers.

This is what I did, not only to educate myself, but create a vehicle vs price knowledge. I missed out one in the early days of "my schooling" that was a decent TJ at a decent $$, but it wasn't until later that I fealized this. BUT, when I did find my current TJ I knew i had with no second guessing.

If you've already found something you like, just go for it and don't look back.

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