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Old VIN thread (>>13622568) at bump limit. Time for a new thread.
As always, conditions for running VINs:
>I am able to run VINs and plates. For plates, the plate and state are needed. Plates do work most of the time, but VINs are more reliable.
>Please remove hyphens (dashes) from VINs/plates - unless they happen to be part of a vanity plate. This makes copying and pasting easier.
>I can only run cars in/originally in the USA/Canada. If they've been exported from the USA/Canada, a report with their time here will be available. Not yet sure about imported cars.
>Cars need to be of the 1981 model year or newer. That's when standardized VINs began. Anything older simply cannot be run for a report.
>There are never I(i), O(o), nor Q(q) in VINs. This is to avoid confusion with 1 and 0. So if you are unsure, it is always 1 or 0 (not the case for classic cars, but they cannot be run anyway).
>VINs must be 17 characters exactly. No more, no less.
Should I trade for this Jeep??
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I have a 2013 Toyota Tacoma, double cab, prerunner, sport package. It has 43,000 miles on it and is basically is like new condition.
I have been considering a Jeep for a long time but I am not as familiar with the details of Jeeps and how they hold value/reliability.
I found this 2007 Jeep, here are the basics of it: Procomp lift, 35 inch tires, custom bumpers, winch, 54K miles.
Would this be a good jeep to trade for? I would be trading straight up so no additional financing.