First off, if you do decide to sell it definitely talk to Kevin @RedRockMotors , he's an excellent resource on what's selling and where.It is my third vehicle and I don’t drive it that much any more.
It only has about 38,000 miles on it. It’s been garaged its whole life and has no dings or scratches. It’s never really been off road since I’ve owned it. Maybe once when we took it to Colorado a few years ago.
Anyway, I’m conflicted whether to keep it or sell it. I lost access to the place where I was storing it so now it’s in my garage and my wife’s Lexus is parked in the driveway. The trees are making a mess on her car and She’s not happy about that. It’s expensive to store a vehicle like this so I need to figure this out.
There are a few of these on Autotrader but the prices vary wildly. If I decided to sell it, what would be the best way to do that? I have read the Buying and Selling guides on the forum. I have not yet decided to sell it but I need to find a better storage solution or sell it. I wish I had a 3 car garage.
What's your other car, that the wife's Lexus has to live in the driveway? I would suggest that what she is unhappy about isn't that her Lexus is in the driveway, it's that your house has two garage spots and you're using both of them. If you daily a Bentley then it makes sense for her car to be in the driveway, but then at that point I expect you could afford a house with a 3-car garage.
Unless you're trying to find "car storage", any storage unit that your FJ will fit in will do. What's your ZIP code? That will help get an idea of cost. But at that point, you'll never drive it so what's the point of owning it?
Simple question: if you aren't driving / offroading the FJ, why do you have it? If you just like having it that's fine. Odds are that the FJ will increase in value faster than whatever your cost to store it is.
My advice, as the guy who wrote the buy/sell guide: use it or sell it. There are outdoor car covers that you can put on your other car or the FJ, if you don't want to store it somewhere else. Or, buy a house with a 3-car garage. Wife and I just signed on a house just for the bigger garage, so I can sympathize.