Quote, originally posted by Das Guy »
Yeah that corrado was featured in PVW a few years back. He is running that gas cap and shaved raingutters porsche mirrors shaved bumpers etc. and if I remember correctly the amazing thing is he did most of the body work himself and he is not in the auto industry.
Quote, originally posted by ButchHusky » See, to me it's too shaved if that's possible.
yeah it just doesnt seem user-friendly enough for a guy to enjoy every day, and thats what i like
No more Shake N Bake. From now on, it's El Diablo and The Magic Man
You can tell that car only get's driven off the trailer at the hotel to the show and that's it.
It's fun to look at, but I wouldn't want to have that sitting in my garage.
If you can afford to do that it's great, but what's the fun in having cars if you can't drive them??
Quote, originally posted by IHeartBacon » The 4.0L is generally bulletproof engine. I love it. Only major issues might be auto tranny and transfer case if its 4x4. What year is it? But all in all should be a good winter car. I dont know too much about comanche's but I think they are built very similar to the XJ(Cherokee). I had one and my bro has one now with 150k and no problems at all [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] If you have any questions shoot me an IM. Try Jeepforums.com or Jeepsunlimited.com both good sources of info
Thanks! It's an 88 comanche olympic edition and it's in nice shape! It's going to cost a bit more than I think it should.. but the place just put all new brakes on it and tuned it up.. so I guess it's worth some extra coin. It's 4x4 as well. I should have it next week.. I'll post pics.