Question about 1988 Jeep Comanche
Best suggestion is to look elsewhere and forget that one unless you can pick it up REALLY cheap and have time and $ to go over everything. Otherwise you are doing diagnostics (free) for the seller that likely he has been trying to repair and can't. There are tons of better vehicles out there if you look. (jeeps). You should be able to find a decent one for anywhere from $1,000 and up, that run pretty well.
No used vehicle is perfect so I suggest that when buying, to set aside about $500 for any repairs and fluid changes necessary to put it on the road.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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