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Well, my love for the Xterra is still there, but we both parted our separate ways and found new partners 😁 . We're still friends though! As promised, the winner is a 2014 Rubicon, GCC specs, 86.0

As the proud (former - for some reason my wife thinks it's hers!!!!!) of a TJ and also an SWB Pajero, here's my contribution.  If I had had the money and could have found one that was unthrashed,

Thats what we call an upgrade. 😅

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On 1/16/2021 at 6:01 PM, Craig Finlayson said:

Did you make a purchase @Desert Dweller??

I almost did but then the seller backed out and decided to keep it. After that I almost got a 2005 model but then decided against it.

I've decided to get at least a 2012 or preferably newer, and am hunting for a good one now again. Here's hoping I'll soon be part of the Jeep community.

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1 minute ago, Desert Dweller said:

I almost did but then the seller backed out and decided to keep it. After that I almost got a 2005 model but then decided against it.

I've decided to get at least a 2012 or preferably newer, and am hunting for a good one now again. Here's hoping I'll soon be part of the Jeep community.

Going above 2012 is wise choice. 

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Thank you! After reading all the info you guys shared and doing some more digging (not in the sand), I would like to own a more recent model.

@Craig I'll post a pic as soon as I get it, pinky promise ☝️(couldn’t find a pinky😁)

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3 hours ago, Gaurav said:

Congrats jamy, good choice and good find with low kms.

Thank you! I have to say that it was @Foxtrot Oscar who did all the donkey work and even pressured me to finalize the deal... which I appreciate. Otherwise, I'd still be procrastinating 😅

2 hours ago, Craig Finlayson said:

@Desert Dweller I think you paid too much for it!  😂😂😂😂😂😂 

 

Seriously, congratulations on the new Jeep! You will have great fun with it! 

Hahaha I know, right?! I kept telling Angela that 

Thank you fellow jeeper!

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