By “restored”, I mean, “threw a lot of money at it”. Now wants a stupid amount of money for it...

Light up the crack pipes folks...

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2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport

This Jeeps is literally the nicest XJ you will find. It is a trade in that we originally helped the customer find three years ago after a long search. The customer originally wanted a Cherokee that they could make as perfect as possible and keep for a long time. Plans changed and they had to purchase a car for their teenage driver and decided they no longer needed this third vehicle.

When it was purchased in 2014 it had around 91,000 miles on it. They knew they wanted a good car to start with and we finally found this one. Even though it looked amazing already, they chose to have it repainted and a complete new leather interior. The paint alone was almost $10,000. It was completely stripped and new emblems were replaced, all was done by a high end body shop. Other upgrades were the new head unit, Bilstein shocks, new wheels and tires. We also installed a new exhaust, back up camera, radiator hoses, coolant flush, brake flush, battery, new headliner, new dash pad (original had a small crack), floor mats, new carpet, new windshield, oil change and transmission service. All of this was done at the time they purchased the car. The customer has well over $30,000 invested into this Cherokee. The Jeep now has a little over 110,000 miles and still looks almost perfect.

Below is a list of work that we have completed since 2014-

THERMOSTAT

WATER PUMP

BRAKE PADS

EVAPORATOR

POWER STEERING HOSE

BELTS

BELT TENSIONER

ALTERNATOR

RADIATOR

FAN CLUTCH

LEFT FRONT WINDOW REGULATOR

VALVE COVER GASKET

SWAY BAR LINKS

SPARK PLUGS

PCV SYSTEM

FUEL PUMP

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The “customer” did a number of things to preserve this XJ, and I will admit it looks good, but not $15,000 good.