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My 2006 Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited is for sale.
Location is Chevy Chase, MD, which is near Washington DC.
The Jeep is in very good condition with roughly 26,000 miles.
IIRC, the paint color is called Dark Khaki and the interior Light Khaki.
Seats are in good condition and were covered until recently with neoprene seat covers.
It has A/C and the upgraded radio/6 CD/speaker option. Smoker's option too, but for the 12v outlet and the ashtray for holding change, not for smoking!
4.0l engine, auto transmission, 4.10 gears.
OEM air lockers front and rear.
Hard and softs tops in very good and good condition respectively.
Full metal doors in very good condition.
Aftermarket 1/2 doors in good condition except some paint bubbling on driver's side, caused by a dog jumping up when the paint was still soft. Windows for 1/2 doors included, don't recall ever using them.
Garvin Industries front bumper with 2" receiver and license plate adapter.
Front bumper has tow bar adapters bolted through, Currie style tow bar set up. License plate adapter for receiver.
Garvin Industries rear bumper with tire carrier and 2" receiver.
Garvin Industries Expedition Rack with two Thule bars mounts and bars, two aluminum tool boxes mounted, shovel and ax mounts. Front bars of rack need a sanding and paint.
Aluminum Carr steps installed, original black powder coating chipping on driver's side.
Warn Powerplant winch with Viking synthetic winchline with tube thimble and HD safety hook.
Warn HD 12v QD (Anderson style?) at rear bumper for high draw 12v applications, like a receiver mounted winch.
Jeep has four pin harness for towing.
OME 2.5" springs and 1/2"" spacers. 1" body lift
Sway bar QD's
Skid Row steering box and engine/tranny skids.
BFG MT 33" 255/85/16" tires with ~12k miles on them, in great shape, on OEM Rubicon rims.

This Jeep was never a daily driver, it was my hunting, fishing, exploring rig. The Jeep has never been rock crawling or abused in any way and it's off road use has been limited to around the hunting clubs, two tracks, and to hunting and fishing destinations. When my young son and a second Labrador retriever started coming along with me I ended up with the larger Jeep JK Unlimited Rubicon. We now have five vehicles (three Jeeps) but only two drivers. Need room in the driveway.

Price is $21,000

JPK
 

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VERY NICE! My buddy is in the market for a JK, but I just sent him this link. I'll try to talk him into a road trip to MD.
 

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Okay... so not that I do not like my JKU. But this is sick, fully outfitted. Perfect for long off road runs. I love your Jeep. Sick! Wish I would have seen this 3 months or so...

She won't last long, not at that price. GLWS!
 

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Thanks for the compliments on my LJ. It will be a sad day when it sells, but we have too many vehicles and it deserves a better home where it will see the use it is intended for.

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I re-discovered a small 1/4"-1/2" crease in the passenger side front fender I'd forgoten. Took a close up, below.
 
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