I listed my '95 Jeep Cherokee, clearly stating it was RWD ONLY. Sensing I might be wasting my time with a lot of people, I made sure when replying to every inquiry, "You understand this vehicle is RWD only"? 3/4 of them I got back either, "What does that mean"? or "You mean this isn't 4X4, I though all Jeeps were 4X4"? I had to go back and amend the add to explain it even further, saying, "this Jeep is RWD Only, that means it is NOT 4WD or NOT 4X4, only the rear wheels are driven by the engine". I swear I could have sold it to 3/4 of the people that looked at it, claiming it was 4WD and they would have never known the difference. The guy that did buy it, doesn't work on his cars himself, he just takes them to the shop. So he bought a 20 year old car with 290k miles on it? Despite it being in great shape for that many years and miles, he sold it 6 months later because the headgasket blew and it wasn't economically feasible for him to pay to have it replaced...... ....um, yea, if you can't fix cars yourself, it might not be wise to buy a 20 year old 290k mile vehicle.