Friday, February 24, 2017
It sold for $3700, although we spent $418 getting the Check Engine light problem fixed, and a couple other minor issues. Now, all that's left is the 2005 Jaguar. It is such an incredibly nice car that I hate to let it go, but you can't drive two Jaguars at once, and with two new cars under warranty, it doesn't make sense to have this much capital tied up in it. With a little care, the proceeds of both cars should make two years of payments on the Jeep.