2000 Jeep Cherokee Right Hand Drive : The Drive’s Repo Of The Week
This 2000 Jeep Cherokee was recently returned to sender. In this case the Atlanta Postal Credit Union. The location of the steering wheel isn’t the only surprise.
How many XJ Jeeps have leather seats?
Or kilometer readings instead of miles? That's right. This 17 year old Jeep has less than 60,000 miles.
A lot of care was taken to keep the prior owner and your mail away from the elements. Both sides are adorned with the biggest side sunshades you'll find east of the Mississippi.
This Jeep has definitely been through a rural ringer. Then again, it's hard to imagine a better ride for dirt roads and dastardly depreciation. The last of the XJs hold up value better than nearly anything else from the Y2K era.
It's in pretty good shape if you ignore the need for some serious interior renovations. Where will I find a good leather seat for this thing?
Then again, maybe I could use it as a mobile office. The Lincoln Lawyer meets the Jerk in the Jeep! I was the high bidder on it this afternoon. But I didn't quite get it because the post office, as efficient as it is, wanted a lot more money.
Whoever guesses my high bid within $100 gets a Haynes Manual for this Jeep Cherokee. Let the bidding begin!
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