1983 Jeep CJ7SOLD

1983 Jeep CJ7

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This 1983 CJ7 might be the nicest Jeep 4x4 we've ever seen. Seriously, it offers a fantastic color combination, a rumbling 350 cubic inch V8, and an interior that hasn't been left out to bake in the sun. Someone else got it to this level, now it's time to head out into the sun and have a ball. The CJ7 is the quintessential Jeep, combining the classic upright Jeep look, topless fun, and a bunch amount of comfort and convenience features that make it daily-driver friendly. The Renegade was the top-of-the-line and it looks the part, especially dressed in black. It's pretty clear that this Jeep hasn't been bashed up on the trails, and thanks to a life in the warm south it is not showing any evidence of rust in any of the usual locations. The black paint was professionally applied to a standard that's almost too nice to risk out on the trail, shiny and smooth, with expertly applied reproduction Renegade graphics on the hood. Rubber fender flares add clearance for the oversized tires and give it a butch look. It's also dressed up with chrome bumpers and grille, tubular step plates, and a heavy-duty tire carrier out back that easily handles the big rubber. Actually, there are a lot of little chrome bits, so have a careful look and dig how well it works with the black paint. Jeeps are basic, no argument there, but the black interior is as nice as it can be thanks to a long list of new equipment. The buckets have fresh black seat covers that look right in the vintage Jeep (it's 30 years old-wow!), and the moisture-trapping rubber mats have been jettisoned in favor of a spray-on bed liner material so you can still hose it out, but rusty floors are a thing of the past. A polished stainless dash panel adds a little flash to the otherwise all-black interior, surrounding the original gauges and adding symmetry to the dash. For storage there's a locking center console with an AM/FM/CD stereo unit hidden inside, and a cool army surplus ammo box under the seat which provides an additional secure place to store your gear. A Bestop soft-top with both full and half doors are included, as well as a tan bikini top and full weather gear, so it really is usable as a full-time vehicle, rather than just a weekend toy. While it isn't stock, the 350 Chevy under the hood makes a huge difference in this Jeep's personality. Replacing a wheezing 304 AMC, it's built the way your favorite Camaro's engine would be built, complete with long-tube headers, MSD ignition components, and an Edelbrock 4-barrel carb and chrome dress-up kit. It cackles to life through a throaty dual exhaust system with Flowmasters and tips that exit just ahead of the rear wheels. Look around underneath and you'll find a 4-speed manual and beefy axles at both ends with a 2-inch lift. Off-road shocks, a new steering stabilizer, and a whole lot of new hardware mean this Jeep is ready to go. 15-inch chrome wheels with 33x12.5-15 BFG All-Terrain radials provide the wide-shouldered look. Not many Jeeps get restored to this level, and someone spent the long dollar to make it one of the best we've seen. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.

Reference Number 225600

as of 5/8/2013

Overview
Car 1983 Jeep CJ7
VIN 1JCCN87E9DT050199 
Mileage 47,438 miles 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
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