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Old 09-03-2007
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Tan interior on an FX4? I thought they ALL came with black or dark grey interiors.
Here it is, bigger than life. Its on the internet so its got to be real.

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No ****, been proven wrong again... thats the first time I've seen a leather, tan interior FX4. Well I'll be damned. Great find!!!
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Great find!!!
I dont know about that, I think I would prefer a darker color. The novelty is kinda cool though, but unless someone is into Rangers, they wouldnt care. Its like, my wife has one of only 250 yellow 1999 Wranglers. The yellow didnt officially come out until model year 2000 but there were 250 yellow Wranglers specially painted in model year 1999 to test the market before running them in production in 2000. Unless you are into Jeeps, you dont care, its just another yellow Jeep.
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I dont know about that, I think I would prefer a darker color. The novelty is kinda cool though, but unless someone is into Rangers, they wouldnt care. Its like, my wife has one of only 250 yellow 1999 Wranglers. The yellow didnt officially come out until model year 2000 but there were 250 yellow Wranglers specially painted in model year 1999 to test the market before running them in production in 2000. Unless you are into Jeeps, you dont care, its just another yellow Jeep.

I hear that.
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Its a level II for sure Look at the seats and guages on top of what's already been said. But The alcoas in 06-07 aren't a dead giveway. In those two years you could order alcoas in the standard FX4 package. Oh and I paid 18,500 for my level II brand new in 04. I wouldn't touch that truck for mor than 15-16K

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I offered $17500 for the 06 LII. They laughed so I let it go. Ive been looking at several others and none of them are priced low enough for my liking. Ive decided I dont need a Ranger that bad so Im going to put a couple grand in my Cherokee and call it good for a few more years.
I would like to thank everyone for their input though.
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