I definitely wouldn't sell both trucks, but it's hard to justify keeping two if I'm not going to be putting some real miles on one of them. The other truck is a 1977 F350 dually flatbed. It's not practical as a daily driver, but it covers the bases on utility.The utility of a truck is worth it to keep stored away, as long as you have the room. Unless its one of those squatted/pre-runner/lifted to the sky builds that ruin all utility.
Same here. I owned a lot fun sports cars my entire life. Everything from really affordable fun cars to exotics. A few Vettes also. I owned a TJ, JK, JL and I would easily rate all of the Wranglers in my top 5-10 most fun. I daily drove all of the Wranglers. The JLR in my top 4-5 for sure. Maybe top 3-4.7 months and 5k on my 2021 JLUS hardtop with manual. It's my first Wrangler, as I have only ever driven manual sports cars and sport compacts.
I drive the Wrangler most days and it is acceptably comfortable to me, having come from stiffly sprung sports cars. The Wrangler is also quite a blast to rat-race through our hilly, low-traffic, rural twisties. Its very flat cornering, combined with rear drive/limited slip and manual gear selection make it a pretty cool, tall sports car.
Also, coming from a Corvette, I really appreciate the ride height. I have owned a lot of fun drives and did not expect the Wrangler JL to be among my most favorite -- but I love it.
My dd is a 392. Retired but busy, Jeep got it right. Not a single complaint.How many of you utilize your wrangler as a daily driver? I travel to several plants monthly throughout the northeast and put roughly 20-25k miles a year on my daily driver. Wondering if my ordered 392 can fit the bill as a daily?
A Texas women can climb into a Jeep Wrangler in a short dress and high heels with a big smile on her face and say, "I love it".My JLU Recon became my daily driver about 6 weeks ago after I sold my Tesla M3. Liked the Tesla but my 25 mile round trip to work didn’t justify keeping it and the Jeep. Sold the 2.5 year old Tesla for what I paid. The Jeep is great. The only downside is some of my short in stature female colleagues have trouble climbing into my lifted Jeep to travel to lunch…. High heels don’t help either….