Re: Selling the CJ
I'm with G_Man on this one. Keep your Jeep and wheel with it. I understand the 'not wanting to wheel because it might get damaged' thoughts, but you'd have to return that rig to bone stock to get a collector (who'd appreciate it's condition) to bite on it. Since it's modified from stock, keep going and swap out the axles for stronger/better units with lockers. You've got an excellent base to start from. Unless you're wanting to sell this one to buy a project Jeep to build. If that's the case, be very thorough in your plan of attack. I've been bit by this 'idea' before and it backfired big time (sold new mild modified truck in favor of an older resto-modify project [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/frown.gif[/img]), and I lost a few G's on the deal. So I won't be doing that again. The Jeep we have now was given to my wife by her Dad and she asked me build it however I wanted to, as long as it stays street legal. It was quite a basket case (I wouldn't have given more than $500 for it), but with many man hours, it's functional. Not pretty, but functional. Good luck with what ever you decide Joey[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img].... Bret
'56 CJ-5, 283, t-90/d18, 25/44, 32's on 15x10's,no lift yet, cage.