|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|11-10-2007 09:35 PM|
well im glad you got a good deal, it looks like a clean jeep. now go to the cherokee technical forums to see what mods your going to need
|11-10-2007 07:28 PM|
|drew4x4||Thanks for the advice Kyle. I purchased it this morning and was able to negotiate the price down to the mid $4k range. It is in very good condition and has never been used offroad or for towing. It was a baby hauler. Well maintained and the paint and body are nearly perfect. So far I'm very happy with the transaction and vehicle. Now I just need to figure out what mods will turn it into the right ride to suit my needs.|
|11-09-2007 07:14 PM|
Here is a link for a picture of it.
|11-09-2007 05:24 PM|
just post a link of the picture in this thread and we can view it from here. but i replied to your PM.
|11-09-2007 12:38 PM|
|drew4x4||I do have a picture, but I'm a newbie and don't have permission to post a picture. I will try to PM you a copy.|
|11-09-2007 09:37 AM|
well i payed 4500 for my 99 with 78k on it and it was in perfect working condition.
do you have any pictures of the jeep you are looking at?
|11-09-2007 09:11 AM|
99 Cherokee 4x4 4.0 ?
I'm looking at a Cherokee 4.0 auto 4X4 with 100K miles. What should I pay for this vehicle in very good condition? Is there anything in particular that I should inspect when checking out a potential vehicle? Thanks in advance.