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Old 03-04-2020, 02:30 PM #16
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No one wants to buy my 07 FJ
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No one wants to buy my 07 FJ
don't do it. I have a 2011 and honesty would only upgrade if I can find a decent used priced LC200.
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The FJ are very well built Jeep alternative and I think that definitely excites alot of people. Most have better offroad capabilities than stock 4th gen 4 runners, they are very group oriented vehicles (jeep and fj owners love hanging out) and they look fabulous when built right. I've often thought of getting rid of 1 of our 4 runners and going FJ for awhile. My son's 4th gen would be the perfect swap vehicle if I find a reasonable priced and equipped FJ.
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It's worth what someone is willing to pay for it.

Since it was discontinued it has become a sellers market. I've seen mint examples go for way more than they should.

As a seller, I would know to not to fire-sale it out of desperation. I would hold out for the right buyer at the right price. Time is on your side, and the lack of availability is only helping.

As a buyer, I would just won't buy one at a premium. I just don't love it THAT much. The 4Runner and GX470 are widely available and pretty much gets you all the way there.
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Very nice car. I love him and appreciate him very much.
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