A 2002 Jeep Cherokee that was slightly flattened in a windstorm last December is for sale in Cowichan. (Facebook)

Cowichan man sells smashed Jeep

Calling it a ‘niche market’

Looking to upgrade your vehicle before the summer months? A Cowichan man is selling a 2002 Grand Cherokee for a steal of a deal – the only catch is the roof and tailgate are crushed.

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Posted in a Lake Cowichan Buy and Sell group on Facebook, the ad states the Jeep has a strong motor and drive train but the roof and tailgate – ‘not so much.’

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The current owner says he bought the Jeep as is to use for parts to modify another Jeep used for 4x4ing, calling it a “great parts vehicle.”


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