My Jeep has been reliable and fun to drive but it is too small for hauling my tools for work and also my three children. One downfall I have found with my '93 Jeep is that the frame around the driver and passenger side windows (the doors) is rusting away.
These frames are replacable but why are they rusting so bad.
My jeep is just a lot of fun to drive.
Beef up the framing around the doors, and some insulation would be nice for us midwesterners.
We found the 1993, via internet
searching, for sale from a local dealer
that I've worked with before. The
biggest selling point for us was the
low 33,450 miles. This is our 1st jeep
and has been a dream to work on and
drive. It's flexability and ease to
work on a benifit. The 4.0L Fuel
Injection has shown to provide plenty
of power. The 30" tires seem to be a
good mix for on and off road(sand)
driving. Currently setting it up for
towing behind RV W/TowBar and Wiring
Off road point and drive ability. Fun
to be seen in and the friendly wave
from other passing wrangler owners
makes it proud to be part of the same
group. I've found it very well built.
I wish this year had the safety of ABS
as standard, but since it was an
option, my 1993 does not have it.
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