With most auto listing and auction websites, you'll get a brief description of the car and hopefully enough photos to satisfy. But on Cars and Bids, you get a paragraph penned by Doug DeMuro himself. "The TJ is a fantastic Wrangler that's surprisingly fun both on- and off-road," DeMuro says in his advertisement. "It's also mostly unmodified, so the next owner can enjoy it as-is or build it into an even more capable off-roader. Plus, this Wrangler is being offered with no reserve, meaning someone is taking it home at the end of the auction."
Other factory equipment includes a removable hardtop, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, air conditioning, and funky cloth upholstery. The only visible modification is a radio head unit. It's a Pioneer that likely sounds at least a little bit nicer than the standard Chrysler radio it came with. When modern options like the Wrangler Turbodiesel and the 392 Hemi, it's important to know that Jeeps making big power is a pretty novel idea.
For years prior, the name of the game was simplicity and lightweight. The TJ is the last generation of Wrangler to take this to heart. This example could be all yours if you can beat the $7,000 bid with four days left in the auction as of January 10th, 2021.