This is perhaps not appropriate for a tech post, but I'm looking for places to advertise a 1990 SWB Montero for sale. Any hints? Ad listed below...
Selling my 1990 SWB Gen 1 Mitsu Montero. $5500 Firm. 146,000 miles, well maintained, runs great and goes nearly anywhere. Front and Rear ARB lockers, OME heavy duty suspension and 3-inch lift, all installed by the pros at High Country Performance 4x4 in Denver. Interior has been redone and is clean and includes dual bouncy seats. Recently rebuilt automatic transmission, BFG AT Terrain 32” tires, rear pair are nearly new, front have 70% tread remaining. Rugged Ridge front hubs and upgraded rims. Vehicle comes with a pair of roof rack bars/pillars, front bull bar/grill, rear light covers, etc. Things to be fixed include the horn (currently disconnected), a dent in the right rear plastic bumper endcap and a sticky stick shift. Paint and trim are original and in very good shape with no rust. No oil or other fluid leaks. Feel free to pass this advert around to other Montero lovers. Email me at Karl.Mueller@Colorado.edu if interested.
Your pricing gives me hope. I am trying to get at least $5k for my 88 SWB, and starting in the neighborhood of $6k OBO. While technically already for sale, the driver's door panel is off as I had a local fab shop make new teeth for the window regulator (3 were missing) and I finally got it back yesterday. Once that is installed again, I was taking it to a local tint shop for limo around the back and the AS1, and 35% on the fronts. It has a new engine, clutch, long-tube headers, Weber 32/36 conversion, and brand new 31x10.50 Cooper STT PRO tires. It also has a pair of 12" Kicker subs and 1000w amp, too much for me, but I got them for free at work (towing and rescue, we get the vehicle's titles if nobody claims them in a certain amount of time), and I am sure some kid will love to thump his eardrums out with them. It also has a custom front bumper, and zero rust (SW truck).
Yeah, I think the sale will get serious next week, just in time for the tax refund ballers to come out of the woodwork.
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Proud owner of an 88 Montero (with a blown engine).
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