Year:2005
Make:Jeep
Model:Wrangler
Mileage:139000 M
Transmission:Automatic
Engine:4.0L
Trim:Rocky Mountain Edition
$14,000 OBO

2005 Jeep Wrangler TJ Rocky Mountain Edition For Sale



General Specs:

-139,500 miles

-1 previous owner before myself (purchased @70,000 miles, spent a lot of its life in a garage)



The Rocky Mountain Edition comes standard with:

-steering wheel controls

-stitched cloth seats

-Dana 44 axels



Major Mechanical and Body Maintenance:

-Body and (some) frame rust repair and paint matching done @ ~100,000

-New windshield @ ~100,000 miles

-New radiator @ ~1240,000 miles ($1,200)

-New water pump @ ~ 134,000 miles ($600)

-New thermostat @ ~134,000 miles

-Axel fluids done @ ~137,000 miles

-I know there is more I am forgetting so feel free to ask




Upgrades/Modifications/Accessories:

-My seats have lived their whole life under seat covers and are mint underneath

-Handles on roll cage (front and back)

-Updated radio ($150)

-Updated dash lights

-Halo headlights installed ($100)

-SmittyBuilt temporary soft top (if you get caught driving in the rain) ($100)

-Weather proof floor mats and Barricade trunk liner ($100)

-Hood mounted jack ($100)

-SmittyBuilt tail light guards ($50)

-Steel front bumper w/ fog lights ($250)

-Barricade steel back bumper/tire carrier ($435)

-MBRP cat back performance exhaust ($350)

-4” lift kit ($3,500)

-33” Dick Cepek rock tires (set of 5) ($1,100)

-Mammoth Boulder Matte black wheels (set of 5) ($500)

-A million other little things not necessarily relevant to list (it came to me stock with chrome everything, so I spent a lot of money/time de-chroming it). Yes, it does have backseats which have been pushed forward and rarely used.


This Jeep has been my daily and fun car. I bought this car stock when I was 16 and have had it for over 8 years. It came into my life at a very difficult time, so this car is my baby and is very sentimental to me. As you can see, I have spent a lot of money and time into building my dream Jeep and have taken very good care of it. Unfortunately, I am just in need of a more practical car at this point in my life. Unless you don’t like the color scheme or want a taller lift, this Jeep is already built and ready for the dirt roads. It runs great, the 4WD works fine, and this awesome 4.0L engine still has a lot of miles left on it.