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No Updates until Thursday — Biscuit temporarily not for sale

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There won’t be any more updates until Thursday.

On another note, since I’m about to begin a month of traveling and will be away, I’m going to remove Biscuit from the ‘for sale’ category.  Hopefully, between now and the end of November, I will finally get a job offer I’ve been awaiting.  If that occurs, Biscuit won’t be re-listed any time soon, which might just please my mother more than anyone for I think she was the one most upset about me selling it!

For the record, I think Steve’s Jinx worked; I never received a single call about the my ad either off eWillys or Craigslist.

However, I will still consider selling the paddle tires and/or the desert dogs.



10 Comments on “No Updates until Thursday — Biscuit temporarily not for sale

  1. Mark in Indiana

    Good luck getting your job. I’m glad to hear that you can keep Biscuit. In my opinion, this seems to be the worst time I can remember for selling a Willys for a fair price. Besides, I’m sure you would be heart broken after you sold it.

  2. Steve E.

    Your mom is awesome for supporting you keeping Biscuit. I’d be next in line behind her for being upset for selling something you really enjoy. I’m glad the jinx worked (lol.) I know so many people who say with passion, “I wish I still had my _____ . I don’t know why I sold it.” You will be blessed with income before you know it.

    **Steve E.**

  3. jimmie

    it is a bad time to sell anything but in my case im lookn for anything that runs good and im in love with jeeps. i realy want a willys or a cj5 but im haveing troble finding one. and if u lived closer id be interested in buying Biscuit its a great rig. its in great conditon 2

  4. Brian 58 cj3b

    See flagging does work, you have to keep your mom away from the key board
    Good luck with the job

  5. Merlin Hanson

    When I almost sold my WW2 Jeep a few years back it was my parents and sister who were most upset. Thus I kept it. I am very happy to hear that you will hopefully keep the Biscuit 🙂

  6. Paul

    Dave, I’ve owned my M 38 for 39 years (it was my second vehicle) and I still own my first car which I purchased in August of 1971. Keep Biscuit!

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