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Third Project Build-up - Finished - part 3
I have found some more pictures of the latest project Jeep and wanted to throw them up here in hopes that they will show some more angles of the Jeep that have previously not been seen.
There has been a lot of interest in the Jeep and I have received offers of less then I am asking as well as trade offers for Jeeps that need to be restored. I am always interested in other people's projects, however, in order to have the money to start another project, I need to sell this one first. I have to get what I am looking for. This Jeep is easily worth $11,000 and I know that it would take a very special person to give me that money that is why I knocked down the price to $9,500. If trades come with an offer, I think it would need to be at least $8,000 in cash and then they trade on top of that. I hate to say no to people, but that is where we are at right now with this project.
So with that said if anyone has interest in the Jeep please contact us at 1985 Jeep CJ-7 and we can talk about what you have to offer.
With everything that has been done to this Jeep, it is basically brand new and it really turns heads. I have driven this around town and have been stopped numerous times to find out what year it is and what it has in it. This is a real head turner and would be a great addition to anyone's garage.

I look forward to the next challenge and if anyone wants a Jeep built, just let us know! I am sure that Jen would be overjoyed to start a new project with me. Just kidding, thanks again for all your patience and understanding Jen :)

cb (01/02/06)

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