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I'm thinking about selling Large Marge. I'm not in any rush and don't really have a need to sell, but I want to start over with a different approach.

So here are the specs:

-2007 JKU Rubicon
-Hardtop
-23,000ish miles (have to check-I'm out of town)
-6 speed manual
-D44's front and rear
-Front D44 has been sleeved, gusseted, trussed, lower control arm skids (also have a spare set of shafts)
-Tom Woods 1310 up front, 1350 on the rear
-EVO 14" coil-overs up front, EVO lever out back
-EVAP relocated above rear axle
-TF long arm kit
-Crown brake lines
-Flowmaster exhaust
-5 BFG KM2 (37"s) on stock rims
-PureJeep stubby front bumper
-WARN PP
-Homemade rear bumper
-TF drag link flip
-TF HD trackbar
-PP axle side track bar mount
-Trimmed fenders (all four)


That's all I can think of right now. You can see the build thread in my signature.

So what do you think it's worth?


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Probably between about $20,000 on the low side/ $24,000 on the higher side.

You left out a lot of the details....in terms of Nav, alarm, power options, condition, etc.

Check KBB or Edmunds in your particular area. Prices in different parts of the country can be pretty varied, and there is certainly a difference in the way that it is valued- trade/ private seller/ dealer retail.

The worst thing is that you have a lot of mods invested, and normally those mods will not increase the value (in terms of seller recovery). You can even remove some items, winch, flip kit, track bar, etc....and take it back closer to stock....and you won't be losing much (if any) money. You definitely will not be able to recoup the majority of your mods, so please don't start tallying up the receipts for all the aftermkt goodies.

Best case scenario would be to list it yourself and find the perfect buyer that can get financed or pay cash.......and that simply falls in love with what your Jeep looks like or has done to it already. That buyer will appreciate that you have done things like the tires, winch, etc......and will pay a little more than KBB value since everything is already done.

You still won't recover anything close to what you have invested in it...unfortunately.
 

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I would say $10. I'm feeling generous though and I'll give you double that right now and take it off your hands for you. :laughing:

StubEXrube said it best and is right on.
 

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I would say $10. I'm feeling generous though and I'll give you double that right now and take it off your hands for you. :laughing:

StubEXrube said it best and is right on.
Sold! That'll be $10 for the Jeep and $25K for shipping unless you live farther than 2 blocks away, then it's an additional $50 per mile.:thefinger:


I checked KBB and they list it between $26,000-$27,000 which surprised me. That quote is without any of the mods of course. But I live in FL where you can see a Jeep on every street corner. Somewhat of a demand for the beach bunnies.
 
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