The fenders are just stock black plastic painted fenders painted over, not OEM painted fenders. He even pointed out some flaws in the paint, so obviously not the best. Bit confused about the hood also, assume it’s off another wrecked model for cheap. As for the crappy grill and cheap looking bumpers. It may have been similar priced to their OEM cost without the possible back order. Also the original dealer may have hoped potential buyers will overlook a storied vehicle by selling it as custom.I'm confused. It cost a dealership less to replace the stock Sport hood, non-painted fenders, and the plastic bumpers with a Rubi hood, painted fenders, and aftermarket bumpers? Don't they get those parts at cost?
If the vehicle has a salvage title, there is no warranty. It could have a branded title (depending on the state) which will impact the value of the vehicle. Also, all of the other issues mentioned in the video are a result of the accident and are not covered by warranty. Seeing the steering wheel upside down is very concerning. What happened to the frame? I would not buy this Jeep. Plus it looks stupid.I wonder if the warranty is any good.