There are two types of men in this world. Men who have owned at least one CJ in their life and men who know the sensual feeling of another man. No matter which man you are you betta get you some of this. She’s rusty, she’s dusty but she runs and drives. 4 speed with the 4.2 motor. Has a brand new carb and the tires ain’t bad. Comes with a hard top, hard doors and soft doors (hard doors not pictured but they’re safe in the trailer next to it). This Jeep has some bonus features that I would be remiss not to mention. It has a rear bumper that appears to have been stick welded to the body by Stevie Wonder (caution, bumper is not structural). It has both windshield wipers on the passenger seat (wiper motor needs to be replaced). And a bright orange chain wrapped around the leaf springs to let everyone know what a baaaaad hombre is driving this thing (chain not included. I need it. Screw you that’s why). Now at this point you may be saying to yourself “Now Chad I know this Jeep doesn’t have two broken radios in the passenger floor board”. Well sir, you would be wrong. Look here’s the deal. I picked this up about a year ago in a package deal to help a buddy out who was moving. It didn’t run at the time. A buddy of mine helped me rewire it and remove the computer and we put a new carb on it and she fired right up. This is a trail, farm or project Jeep. The odometer shows 235,000 miles but the motor is strong. The synchronizers for third gear may be wearing out as it grinds just a little shifting to third. Not a huge deal. Power steering works but the steering is a little loose. Lights were working but one of the tail lights quit today. May be a loose wire or a bad bulb. I am selling it to finish funding my Wagoneer which is almost done. Not in a hurry to sell it and I’m pretty firm on price. I have owned a few CJ’s and $2000 is a good deal for this. I would normally list for $2800 and then take the first $2500. You can’t go wrong with this Jeep. It will never be worth less than you pay for it as long as you keep it running.