I’ve had one since 2010. These cars are getting stolen at gun point throughout the country, especially in my area. It’s not the main reason why I’m ready to move on, but it’s a reason.If you get rid of the Challenger your gonna miss it like i miss my 16 SRT. But where i live was the main reason i got rid of her.
I think you are batshit nuts… but then again, so are the rest of us!I am likely going to sell my 21 Challenger Scatpack Widebody. It’s a great car, but ever since my wife got her JLUR, I can’t help to think how much I really enjoy being in that car. Challengers are going for a pretty penny so if I was going to sell now is the time.
1. Am I crazy to get the same exact car (Hers is a manual, mine would be auto)
2. She has Sting gray, and the only two colors I’d consider for myself are Sting Gray (my personal #1 favorite) or Hydro Blue. Is it totally ridiculous to get basically the same car in same color? I feel ridiculous even typing it.
My other option is potentially getting a Bronco, but with all the issues with the Hardtop and building constraints, why would I do that to myself.
someone please tell me if my Jeep fever has gone to a whole new level.
btw: 22 JLUR XR is what I would be ordering if I pull the trigger. I can’t afford the 392
Ray, your family name, if I may ask, what part of Europe did it come from?My wife has two vehicles of her own to choose from - A Convertible 2.4L Turbo PT Cruiser in Scarlet Crystal Metallic for the summer, and her lifted 5.4L V8 F150 Lariat on 33”s for winter. She is still not content, not since I bought my JLU this summer. She is adamant that she too will get a Jeep, and soon. For the record, I am encouraging this. .
You may. Pommern. The area bounded by Sczeczin in the west to Nikolaiken in the East; from the Baltic coast as far south as Stargard. I have never been, myself. My family fled to Canada after WW2, wanting to get as far away from Germany as possible.Ray, your family name, if I may ask, what part of Europe did it come from?
My father was born in Sczeczin, at the time called Stettin, as a 12 year old fled to the Ruhr with family and emigrated to the US in the sixties. He was very proud of the Pommern area. Can’t find a lot of the Krohn name info over there due to losses during the war. Nice to meet you.You may. Pommern. The area bounded by Sczeczin in the west to Nikolaiken in the East; from the Baltic coast as far south as Stargard. I have never been, myself. My family fled to Canada after WW2, wanting to get as far away from Germany as possible.