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The madness continues.......$10k MJ on eBay


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Eliminators all had tachometer's,

this one has the big fuel gauge.

 

Also, the VIN check thing they posted said it was a Pioneer (I didn't check the VIN myself, so :dunno: ).

 

Decent MJ,

but no where near the '$10k MJ' ballpark.

 

 

 

BTW, ALL Eliminators were 2wd,

at first.

 

Later on they offered them in 4wd as well.

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Text said it used to be red.

 

I was looking inside the scratched up bed for traces of red,

but I missed the one you found. :thumbsup:

 

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There are so many things wrong with this truck and the description, I don't know where to start :D

 

The ad says it has leather seats. That made me LoL

 

Were the bed and the cab painted at different times? They don't even look remotely close in color here:

 

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All you guys are after the little red scratches... No one noticed the engine bay?

 

Rob L. :dunno:

 

 

oh, I saw that. the photo I posted almost looks like they didn't remove the body molding for painting. :dunno: but maybe it's just a scratch.

 

a $200 paint job does not a $10k MJ make. :no:

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Jeez for $10k you'd expect at least a $3K dollar paint job.

 

Maybe even have the few discrepancies fixed:

 

Comanche Mentionables:

 

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The Power Trans button does not light up

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Inside interior lights in back of cab not working

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Right side of window rolls only 80% down. (It rolls back up with no problems)

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Interior clock is not lit and we cannot change time displayed

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External rear cab light does not work

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A small piece of molding at the rear of truck on passenger side is beginning to lift and can easily be adhered.

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As expected there is evidence of normal wear and tear to the Comanche body but nothing that would take away from its hearty look. This is a great truck as is. Very little effort needed to make it picture perfect.

 

I guess it's OK when you buy a $10k dollar truck to have some "normal wear and tear" on it. :rotf:

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