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Perso, I am not a fan of silver, but it was the only one I could find at a good price when I got mine. So, mine is also silver and a 2005.

So, nice LJ.
I was originally looking for white but couldn’t find one at the time after looking for 6mos. Scored this back in 2013 bone stock, 32k miles, from a ford dealership before it went live on their website. Elder couple of snowbirds kept it in FL, never had the top down, doors off and def not ever offroaded. Ford dealership priced it as a standard TJ model.

It was my daily driver up until last April but now it just sits in my garage on its trickle charger.


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That is a gorgeous LJ! Man, I've always wanted one of those....
Thanks! I wish I would drive it more and actually have time to enjoy it out here in CO. Put alot of blood, sweat, tears & $ into building it from stock with hopes of moving to CO. Well...here I am, 2.5yrs now in CO and drove it less than 200 miles in the last year and hasn’t made it into the mountains yet!


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Grenadiers

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Pulled the 04 LJ out of the garage, five months of hibernation! New Currie HP Dana 44 last summer with zip locker 4.88 gears to match the back. Plus, an Atlas 3.8. AZ Jeep, now in Wisconsin.
 

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Lucky j

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Pulled the 04 LJ out of the garage, five months of hibernation! New Currie HP Dana 44 last summer with zip locker 4.88 gears to match the back. Plus, an Atlas 3.8. AZ Jeep, now in Wisconsin.
Man, mine is on snow duty in winter at my cabin, away as much as possible from road salt and road sand. Should see the hard top come off next week.

But I am actually waiting on a bracket kit to transfert my previous axel kit that was on my YJ. A front urly bronco d44 with chromoly axle and HD joint, arb locker and 4,56 gear and paired ford 9" rear with currie high pignon and chromoly axle with dretroit soft locker. With that, the LJ will see a set of 35" bogger for trail duty and the actual BF at 33" for travel and overlanding.

And in my case, I paid 8000,00$ can. With is like 5800,00$ us at the time. About 65 000 miles. Clean hard and soft top, clean underside as well, also bone stock but for 31" tires and wider aluminium wheels that I had no care for. From a used car lot and the guy also had no clue what he had on hand. Been happy ever since, and GF can drive this one. Had no clue how to drive the old YJ. ;)

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Lucky j

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This was my 95 YJ that I took delevery of on y birthday in september 94 that I chopped for part a few month ago after 25 years and 320 000 km from witch 100 000 (62 000 miles) were with 6" suspension and off road mods. This was not a trailer queen. Drove it up to 1500 miles one way to off road events, always came back on it's own power.
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Lucky j

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Thanks! I wish I would drive it more and actually have time to enjoy it out here in CO. Put alot of blood, sweat, tears & $ into building it from stock with hopes of moving to CO. Well...here I am, 2.5yrs now in CO and drove it less than 200 miles in the last year and hasn’t made it into the mountains yet!


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Well, if you are willing to wait for me a bit, could be heading your way in a few years and would love a guide to travel the colorado mountains! We could drive and explore with our silver LJ! :)
 
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