Not for everyone. Look for one
w/hardtop. New hardtops are ungodly
expensive in retail aftermarket
($1600-$2K+). Get it with the jeep -
figure out how to take it off later.
Conversation at highway speed w/o hard
top, forget it. A/C, forget it. Don't
get too excited about a stereo system. A
Jeep is a big vibrating square metal box
& you fight road noise too. Recommend a
bra/guard up front, or the Jeep grill
gets all chipped up. Not for extensive
traveling, OK for day trips. Can
really have fun & trick it for
4-wheeling. Lots of fun stuff to buy.
Watch the tranny with the 6-cyl., esp
the 3-spd auto. But you still got to
* 4.0L inline 6 (new in 1991 model year)
is extremely nice. Do not settle for
the 4 unless you like driving in the
* the old-school sport bars (1991 last
year before the rear shoulder belts -
the newer wrangler sport bars just don't
look as cool).
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