03-06 TJ Unlimited Production Numbers by Color


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What percent of these LJs are still on the road/trails today?

with the known rust issues, typical DD accidents, and that they are closing in on 20 years...

50-60% would be my first thought, but anyone have an educated guess?
 
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What percent of these LJs are still on the road/trails today?

with the known rust issues, typical DD accidents, and that they are closing in on 20 years...

50-60% would be my first thought, but anyone have an educated guess?
I read some studies on this question for cars. Here is a ballpark table I put together for fun.

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Glad you’re here!
Were the 2004 LJ VIN’s just randomly sequenced in with the TJ’s? Or did they have their own sequence?
Any chance you have the last 8 of the first retail LJ ?
The 2004 LJs sequence has a little of both going on. Looks like they were batched somewhat. I see larger groups of sequenced VINs than normal, but lots of gaps and holes too.

Smallest (possibly earliest) sequence I see is 4P708797 and the largest is 4P803708. (12,652 total) This includes 100 Pilot builds.

Also, the smallest sequence (removing the pilots) was 4P748909 <— (possibly the first retail LJ)

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never monday

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The 2004 LJs sequence has a little of both going on. Looks like they were batched somewhat. I see larger groups of sequenced VINs than normal, but lots of gaps and holes too.

Smallest (possibly earliest) sequence I see is 4P708797 and the largest is 4P803708. (12,652 total) This includes 100 Pilot builds.

Also, the smallest sequence (removing the pilots) was 4P748909 <— (possibly the first retail LJ)

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Thanks!