Luxury4Play.com banner

1 - 18 of 18 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
168 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
Hey guys cleaning out the garage and making room for a new M :cool: Jeep must go!!! As many of you know me on here Im very meticulous with my cars and bare no expense on quality parts and labor on all my M cars this Jeep is no exception. Only the finest parts and accessories have been put on this 2014 Jeep Wrangler.

Current Miles 2,470

Asking: $62K OBO

Upgrades include:

Exterior:
Smittybilt front bumper w/ winch
Smittybilt rear bumper w/ tire carrier
Smittybilt XRC Armor front fenders
Smittybilt XRC Armor rear corner guard fenders
Smittybilt XRC Armor lower body guards
Smittybilt SRC Side Armor with steps
Safari Straps Warrior long cage roof netting
9" stubbie antenna
X20 8 comp 8,000 LB winch
Comp series w/ synthetic rope & aluminum fairlead
D rings
Body Armor front and rear tubular trail doors with mirrors
Stock full metal doors and hard top roof also included

Suspension and Drivetrain:

4" Skyjacker lift with King Off-Road remote reservoir shocks
Bilstein 5100 series shock steering stabilizer
Fuel Hostage 24x11 Wheels custom Kevlar black
TOYO MT 37x13.5x24 Tires
Custom weld-on gusseting for front differential
Magnaflow stainless steel muffler with dual split rear exit

Electronics:

Pioneer Head unit w/ Navigation
Sirius radio/Ipod cables/bluetooth audio
2 13" W7 subwoofers dual 1.5 ohm
Hertz HDP 1x2
Hertz HDP4
AV K6 Front speaker separator
6.5 mid bass 1" twitter
AVX 6.5 rear Coax speakers
Custom ported box

Lighting:

120 MM Cannon 25 Watt LED (4)
Truck-lite LED headlights

Factory features include:

Options:
24S customer preferred selection package includes 3.6L V6 engine, 5-speed auto transmission, auto-dimming rearview mirror w/ reaing lamp, chrome/leather-wrapped shift knob, deep-tint sunscreen windows, leather-wrapped steering wheel, power door locks, power windows w/ front one-touch down, power heated exterior mirrors and remote keyless entry
Connectivity group includes chrome/leather-wrapped shift knob, leather-wrapped steering wheel, tire pressure monitoring display, Uconnect voice command w/ Bluetooth, remote USB port and vehicle info center

Exterior:

Bright White
Black 3-piece hard top includes freedom panel storage bag, rear window defroster, rear window wiper w/ washer and tinted rear windows
Body color grille
Front door tinted glass
Manual fold-away exterior mirrors
Tinted windshield glass
Variable intermittent windshield wipers

Interior:

Black interior
12V auxilliary power outlet
60/40 folding rear seat
Air conditioning
Driver height adjustment
Front dome light w/ on/off switch
Full length floor console w/ front and rear cup holders
Locking glove box
Outside temp & compass gauge
Premium instrumentation w/ tachometer
Rear dome light w/ on/off switch
Reclining front seats
Sentry Key theft deterrent system
Sliding sunvisors w/ mirrors
Speed control
Sport bar w/ full padding
Tilt steering column

Mechanical:

160-amp alternator
4-wheel disc brakes
Engine oil cooler
Fuel tank skid plate
Hydraulic assist brake boost
Next generation Dana 30 solid front axle
Next generation Dana 44 HD rear axle
Power steering
Transfer case skid plate

Safety:

4-wheel anti-lock brakes
Child safety rear door locks
Driver & front passenger advanced multi-stage frontal air bags
Electronic roll mitigation
Electronic stability control
Hill start assist
Tire pressure monitoring warning lamp
Traction control


















 

·
Registered
Joined
·
168 Posts
Discussion Starter #5
Nice Jeep, GLWS!



I don't think it's that bad, especially when you compare it to the Starwood Jeeps (if you don't know what I'm talking about check out Starwood Motors).
Thank you! Yes they are selling there Jeeps for ridiculous mark ups some in upwards of $100K and they aren't much more special than the one I'm selling.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
2,139 Posts
Good luck with your sale. I know that you don't cheap out on anything or cut corners. This is clean!
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
435 Posts
Nice Jeep, GLWS!



I don't think it's that bad, especially when you compare it to the Starwood Jeeps (if you don't know what I'm talking about check out Starwood Motors).
Starwood mall crawlers are overpriced as well. And this doesn't have a V8 swap, just some smittybuilt etc extras.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,159 Posts
It doesn't matter how much in extras you have tacked on; it's what the market will give and that's common knowledge. If other sales on this site are indicative of what you'll get, you'll be keeping it. I never see much of anything sell on here, unless it's cheap. Best of luck, though.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
513 Posts
^It's possible you're underestimating the Jeep market. Jeeps sell for well over sticker with the kind of modifications this Jeep has. I could see this Jeep going for $70k pretty easily, may not happen overnight but I could see it. GLWS :)
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
205 Posts
FYI 80% of the high priced Jeeps they sell are NOT Hemi V8 swapped. My audio equipment alone is over $18K
I go to Starwood Motors at least once a month to look around, and pass the time (their staff is super nice), and I think you're right, I think the main thing that marks up their price on the higher end Jeeps is the seats. A lot of their Jeeps that are over $100k have Ferrari 458 seats in them, which I don't know the exact price of, but if I had to guess it would be at least $10k each. Not mention that like 90% of their Jeeps are wrapped in Kevlar which they charge about $5k for, not including the fenders.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
218 Posts
Strip the audio out. Sell it separate. Drop the price accordingly.

No true jeeper wants any a/v crap. Maybe just NAV

What happens to all the SPL and/or SQ when the top and doors come off? Useless


Sent from AutoGuide.com Free App
 
1 - 18 of 18 Posts
Top