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Lil’ Stitter selling old Jeep on Facebook marketplace…

It can be yours for only $1,200!

10:10 AM EST on December 14, 2022

It's been a rough couple of months for Kevin Stitt's oldest son – Drew Stitt.

From the details of his drunken Guthrie haunted house incident making national news to his parking exploits around the OSU campus becoming local fodder, he’s brought media attention to Oklahoma Guberntorail spawn at levels not seen since Hipster Boo put on a headdress and got remarried for the third or fourth time inside her trailer at the Governor's mansion

Or something like that.  

As a result, I thought it would be nice to throw Lil’ Stitter a can of Twisted Tea and help amplify the Facebook marketplace listing he recently created for a broken-down 1975 Jeep CJ5.

Consider it an act of TLO holiday kindness.

I'm not sure if the Jeep comes with an OHP "Executive Security" placard, case of guns, or souvenir car boot from the Stillwater campus, but the cold hard piece of American-made machinery can be yours for just $1,200. 

Via the Ogle Mole Network:

You have to admit, using an old mansion in the background of your FB marketplace photos really adds a nice touch!

For what it's worth, I'm a sucker for Jeeps. I own a more civilized model myself, but I prefer the ones that work, or in the case of mine that's currently in the shop, usually work. Either way, I wouldn’t mind having an old CJ5 lying around in my garage collecting dust. They're fun vehicles!

Here are some more pics:

Yeah, that needs a bit of work and TLC, but what old Jeep doesn’t? I wonder why's he selling it? 

Do you think Lil' Stitter got grounded? Does he need cash to pay for his parking tickets?? Could he no longer handle his mom’s constant complaining that the Jeep takes up too much space in the garage of the old mansion... errrr... private residence the family doesn't call home???

Actually, I guess it’s because his family sold their ranch and moved to the city. 

If you want to buy the Jeep, I guess hit up Lil Stitter on Facebook and work out a deal. I’m not a big-time businessman who’s good at haggling or selling sub-prime mortgages to people who can't afford them, but I bet you can talk him down to $1,000. 

Stay with The Lost Ogle. We’ll keep you advised. 

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