- River Ridge
Congratulations ! A new Jeep driver.
Yes, I have two. One is a Clarion that's pretty neat - just plays one side at a time, then you have to eject and flip, just like my OEM. The other is a realistic (RadioShack brand) that flips itself. The Clarion was NOS, the realistic was used. I also have a Jensen, but for some reason the rear channels quit when playing cassettes. I'll probably keep that one as backup.I would be interested in a retro. Any include a cassette deck?
My first Scrambler, Copper, did the same thing. Built to my plan but the plan didn’t fit my lifestyle when done. My current build, Red, is also exactly to plan, but the paint threw me for a loop. It’s coming out too nice overall to use, and will end up never seeing dirt and be a weekend cruiser if I keep it. I can’t decide if I can justify keeping something with that big an investment and knowing what I could sell it for. In my case, I’m leaning towards keeping Red and finding a Jeepster to build for a daily. I promise I won’t go overboard on it. (Right…)I can understand the selling part. I vowed to never sell my first Scrambler while building it And then the first year after. However I quickly realized that my “dream” Scrambler was no longer my dream when completed. Too tall and no back seat For my daughter. I could have changed all that but i felt like I’d be bastardizing the completed Jeep. It looked too good to change. I sold it to a close friend and member here on the board and built the one I have now. The memories I’m making and will continue to make with my wife and daughter in the new one are priceless.
whatever your reason(s) are as long as you can sleep at night knowing they were right … that’s all you need.