People Either Get A Woody, or They Just Don't Get A Woody... we live in a very "upper crusty area" and they just don't get our woody,named Forrest. Our tag says, WELIKIT. This thing take me back, my 7 year old loves it and my wife looks for excuses to drive it, and she has a brand new Volvo in the garage. You don't buy a GW, you adopt one. If you can find one is drivable shape for under 2500, be prepared to pay lots to keep it running. We call it Forrest because it runs, and runs.. and when it don't wanna run we all yell.. run forrest run... BA
My old jeep is actually an '88 model, with 158000 on her. I bought it because I have always loved the way they looked. Would love to see a redo of these back on the road. I know that there are less and less of these on the road due to salt on the roads.
I bouhgt my wagon 3 years ago, and have done as much regulat maintenance as I could afford, but even during the times i was unable to, it ran like a dream. I am the 3rd owner and the body does have cancer but mechanically she is sound, It is an awsome vehicle to drive and a dream to work on. As far as i have found there is very little work that i cannot do. I do and would buy another one if the chance arose.
When I owned this tank I loved it. It was a fantastic 4X4. It rode great on pavement and off road. It also drank gas. This SUV is first rate in comfort and capability. It was a bit quirky and had regular minor repairs performed. Otherwise it was a best buy for me.