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So since the Gf needs a car we found something that we both wanted

Its an 87' Jeep Comanche Metric Ton(really Rare)

4.0L V6

Auto

4x4

D44

Taken to dealer every maintaince interval

New Water Pump and Radiator(lifetime warrenty)

New Belt

Bodys a little rough but fix able

It shall be comming home very soon either today or next weekend

So here is our $800 investment

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Its not actually mine its the GF's

That's the best part just say all the mods help with mpg and will make the car run better or just completely lie and say its mandatory modern upgrades :lol2:

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WOw.... nice ride Jake... why cant I find good deals here in Fresno damn it!?!?

Well I might join you pretty soon as a Jeep owner myself... :lol2:

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^^ Go on.......

...as an additional vehicle of course.... my dad just got a White 99-00 Jeep Cherokee with a blown piston... he's gonna fix it and then I might get it from him since he does owe me $$$, then I could park the 6.

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' date='Apr 26 2010, 10:02 AM' post='22442']

Those 4.0L motors are beast. Blown piston? I'd be iffy, it takes a TON of abuse to blow up those motors.

Yeah like it has a hole on the first cylinder... I was like WTF??? aside from that it looks like it was taken care of body id in good condition as well as the interior, but we'll see how it runs after it's fixed.

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' date='Apr 26 2010, 12:02 PM' post='22442']

Those 4.0L motors are beast. Blown piston? I'd be iffy, it takes a TON of abuse to blow up those motors.

True, but turns out it's pretty easy to roll one of them.....FML

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not bad looking for the money.

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