San Diego/Boise *Price Drop* 2022 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon w/ GFC

ScottHarr_JT

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Hey friends, due to a family move and some life circumstances, (trying to fit another car seat in the cab…)I’m looking to sell my beloved Gladiator. Upgraded to a RAM 2500 for the space. I figured I’d toss it on here to see if anyone in the community was interested. Price is 66k OBO, current ODO is 19k. I’ve attached the build sticker since I built it from the factory so you can see everything on it. Price reflects the GFC camper #2454 and a few nice mods and is in accordance with the KBB value.

Jeep has been immaculately maintained since I built it back in March from the factory. Only one owner, non-smoking. Still under factory warranty with 1 Jeep wave oil change left. Mileage is from 3 long road trips cross country. This thing is a beast on and off road, if you're looking for a fully built overlanding rig for the holidays, look no further. Build sticker photo attached will show you all of the standard and optional features for the Jeep. Other modifications that come with the Jeep are:

Warn VR EVO 10S winch (Synthetic line)
Warn Winch Mount
Warn solenoid Interrupt kit
Factor 55 Flatlink E-Shackle
67 Designs Rail mount with Phone holder
GoFastCamper V2 # 2454
Jedgar Drip rails
2x GFC Beef Bars
Custom Truck bed plate mounting system/storage compartments
Fridge/Freezer/Stove slide out system
Dometic hardwire kit
CVT MT Hood ladder
Custom Back seat attic webbing storage system
JCR Offroad JT Center Console MOLLE Panel

Over 10k worth of modifications and upgrades! DM or text (770) 286-7682 if interested or for more pictures, only posted a few because they were too large to upload but am more than happy to send you some photos if you’re interested. Located in San Diego, will be located in Boise, ID starting December 31st. Ps: not looking to sell the camper alone just yet…
 

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tjosey37

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I'm curious how many car seats you now have. I have 3 young kids (all <5 years old) and want a gladiator, but I think it'd be crowded in the back seat with all of them.
 

ScottHarr_JT

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I'm curious how many car seats you now have. I have 3 young kids (all <5 years old) and want a gladiator, but I think it'd be crowded in the back seat with all of them.

Depends on how old they are really. We are still in rear facing with our 20 month old and are expecting another in May. We also have a large chocolate lab that we like to bring with us, and with two car seats there’s zero space for her except in the camper, which is usually packed full. But realistically it’s not impossible to fit three car seats in the back. Just be really tight if they’re not forward facing. Hope that helps.
 

UglyViking

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Depends on how old they are really. We are still in rear facing with our 20 month old and are expecting another in May. We also have a large chocolate lab that we like to bring with us, and with two car seats there’s zero space for her except in the camper, which is usually packed full. But realistically it’s not impossible to fit three car seats in the back. Just be really tight if they’re not forward facing. Hope that helps.
I dropped by because I continue to toy with getting a Gladiator as a downsize from my current Ram 2500, but I'm in a similar situation with you in terms of car seats and dogs (oddly enough also a chocolate lab).

Good luck with the sale, one thing, you should update your ad. You claim "Only one owner, non-smoking, No pets." Doesn't seem accurate unless you mean no pets ride in the cab. May be important for someone with allergies, and just to make sure you're not appearing deceptive and all.
 

ScottHarr_JT

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I dropped by because I continue to toy with getting a Gladiator as a downsize from my current Ram 2500, but I'm in a similar situation with you in terms of car seats and dogs (oddly enough also a chocolate lab).

Good luck with the sale, one thing, you should update your ad. You claim "Only one owner, non-smoking, No pets." Doesn't seem accurate unless you mean no pets ride in the cab. May be important for someone with allergies, and just to make sure you're not appearing deceptive and all.

Yeah good point, thanks for pointing that out. The lab has only rode in the truck bed so I should clarify that.

Downsizing is a thing with trucks? Lol. Yeah the main reason for the sale is we ‘would like’ to bring our lab on trips with us, but with an extra car seat in the back seat an all of the kid stuff we have to bring there’s only room for her in the truck bed. And once the bed is loaded up, like for a long trip, there’s just no space for her.
 

UglyViking

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Yeah good point, thanks for pointing that out. The lab has only rode in the truck bed so I should clarify that.

Downsizing is a thing with trucks? Lol. Yeah the main reason for the sale is we ‘would like’ to bring our lab on trips with us, but with an extra car seat in the back seat an all of the kid stuff we have to bring there’s only room for her in the truck bed. And once the bed is loaded up, like for a long trip, there’s just no space for her.
I won't clog up your sales thread with comments about truck size, but long and short is no free lunch. Larger truck is a bit more hassle daily driving, but way better for a family. Harder on certain trails, but way better for road tripping, etc. My truck spends 90% of the time with just me, so that's another reason. Pm me if you wanna talk more, happy to share my experience towing, road tripping and trail riding with mine.
 

uglybaby

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I had a chance to check out this rig earlier this week in San Diego. It's a really well-considered build- nice job blending a comfortable DD with an off-road camping machine. Both Jeep and GFC are in excellent condition. GLWS!
 

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