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Don't care for any of them now or when they were new.
 

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If you're a real truck nut and have more than just your SSR, here are three models suggested by Hagertys that have gained in value.
Very interesting, Moscooter . . .

Clueless with the other two but 1986 and earlier Jeep CJ's (pre-Chrysler takeover) have an incredible "Cult Following" here in the Desert Southwest.

Right now The Bummer, 1986 Jeep CJ-7, is worth at least 5 times the original Sticker Price. However, since I've owned the Ugly Ducking for so many years, selling is not even a consideration.

The CJ-8 in the Hagarty article is very similar (about one foot longer) and only produced for a few years making it even more unique.
 

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They don't trip my trigger. However, like an old car dog friend told me many moons ago... there's a butt for every seat.
 

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Sorry but I could not own them as an investment because if they tanked I would not want to have to drive them. They just don't do anything for me personally.
 

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They don't trip my trigger. However, like an old car dog friend told me many moons ago... there's a butt for every seat.
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hey, none of those models float my boat either, but for those that are into cars/trucks and constantly trading them, for some reason or another.....certain models seem to be more sought after than others. knowing which ones then becomes key.
 

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Thank you Moscooter for sharing the link to the interesting article. My father had three various Ford Broncos and enjoy the ride and drive.
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