Discussion in 'eBay and Craigslist' started by JohnnyCommando, Sep 3, 2019.
1973 Jeep scrambler
I have seen that craigslist add several times...... it’s just so ugly I didn’t want to post it.....
What exactly is wrong with it? Looks like it got some buck teeth or something
It is not 25.000 $ as we see sometimes. The fact is : it would be better as a true scrambler like this one
Looks like a 5 with a lengthened nose and rear-end. Pretty bad.
I don't know what you guys are complaining about, the ad says it's VERY NICELY DONE!
Is it the fender flares on the fenders?
Intermediate fenders that were cut all the way back to the seam, then the front 4+ inches ahead of the flare were filled. Just terrible.
EUUUUUUREEEEKA ! ..... It's no wonder.
Graduate of the Trump school of copywriting.
1973 is a bit premature for a Scrambler. 1973 CJ 5 chassis/title?
Here I am in the same pose.
I like a Scrambler. This just looks poorly proportioned.
It just makes me dizzy. Like some kind of morphed moth thingy.
Just looks ugly to me.
Yes it is quite the same Rambler as for Mr Reagan. You have 1/2 doors. They are beautiful. That's a good souvenir I suppose, you look so happy!
That was in which century? We are in 2019, I was born in 1947, I was educated by "old" family members born in the XIX th century... sometimes I loose my controls of time!
This picture was taken in 2009 when Jp Magazine did a photo shoot at the Reagan Center in Santa Barbara and at his ranch. I arranged the visit and got to go along. Yes. It was a happy day.
Here is is CJ6 that he used to work on his ranch.
Here are some pictures of his house at the ranch. It was nice but extremely simple. Not what you would expect the most powerful man in the world would have. His favorite foods there were peanut and jelly sandwiches and macaroni and cheese made by his wife Nancy.
Their bed was actually 2 twin sized beds pushed together but he was too tall for it so his feet rested on the stool at the end of the bed when he slept.
This phone was connected directly to the White House.
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