It’s finally happened. The JK Wrangler is getting old enough to become affordable. Hell, a buddy of ours just scored an ’07 Rubicon for under $20,000. And if those deals are around in rust-free southern California, then you should be able to do even better in other areas of the country. But like any vehicle, the JK Wrangler has its weak points and areas of concern. Some of these problems surface if the vehicle is abused or neglected, and some are simply from inherent design or manufacturing deficiencies. But for any JK, no matter what the year, model, or mileage, here are some things to check out before you write that check.