If you've ever thought that, considering their unique roadability issues, the Jeep Wrangler really needed more power, then take a look at today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Sahara. It has a 6.4 and a stick. Let's see if the price puts it over the top.
El Estado Libre y Soberano de Baja California is Mexico's northwestern state, sharing its entire northern border with the US state of California. The remaining boundaries are rocked by the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Cortez Sea to the east, with a small strip of land on top of the one located near the neighboring Sonora.
Most of us outside Mexico just call the finger-like peninsula & # 39; Baja & # 39;. It is also the name chosen by Subaru for their short-lived but seemingly cool inspirational 4-door open bed, and we had a 2003 Subaru Baja to watch on Monday. That car came with a newer (80k) engine and five-speed gearbox, as well as a seemingly competitive $ 4,300 quote. I say competitively because it earned its seller a solid 68 percent fine win as well as a number of kudos in the comments. High praise for a car named after a low country.
Today is boxing day across the globe, today's Christmas tradition of giving gifts to those who are in service or perhaps those who are less fortunate. In honor of Boxing Day, we want to have a representative car, and it doesn't get much boxier than this 2008 Jeep Wrangler. Well, maybe an old Volvo would be sufficient, or perhaps one of those UPS trucks that filled the roads that flies on their way for the past month, but we still go with this life-saving Wrangler.
That's because this Jeep has something special boxed up under the hood. There is a custom installed 6.4 liter "box 392" Hemi V8, a moth that was discarded at 525 horsepower and 510 lb-ft with torque.
Behind that monomer engine sits a six-speed stick designed by the seller "For people who still like to drive." Hemi has been updated with an Edelbrock Victor II intake that the seller claims, adds to the engines' low torque torque performance. Other upgrades include a large brake kit, 4: 1 Rubicon transfer case and Rubicon suspension. The speed is normal today, but the seller claims that the brake lines will be expanded if the Ouija board prophesies a boost in the future. All the updates and improvements are said to have used new parts, but there is no word on who exactly did the work.
The body is in fine shape and contains another Rubicon part for the front bumper. A few stuffs and cracks work in the fenders, but it doesn't seem to be something that can't be masked by leaning on the car at a judiciary angle or just driving it at night.
The interior has also seen some upgrades, with Rubicon ( You keep saying that word. I don't think that means what you mean it means ) seats – including what is claimed to be European backsets with a third headrest. Dash seems to be in exclusive form, but then it's pretty much how Jeep built them.
At the back, the street strings look to have a lot of wear and no major age problems. There is no word on how many miles the tires have traveled or those that came before them. Serious people, set mileage in your ads! Don't make me try and crush the image of the dash to try to figure it out. On the plus side, Jeep has a clear title.
It also has a price of $ 36,000. The seller says it's cheaper than a 2018 Wrangler from the dealer, which I think we can all react with a collective "well-duh." Of course, a 10 year old Jeep will go for less than a factory model. I mean, this is not some sort of classic yet.
The question is, can the engine and manual put it in violation of the $ 36K ask? What do you think is this potentially brutal Jeep worth that kind of scratch? Or is this a Boxing Day gift that won't be unpacked?
Washington DC Craigslist, or go here if your ad disappears. H / T to S.R. Gooch for hookup!
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