NEW $7,000 PAINT JOB, NEW ENGINE, 5-SPEED, RUNS EXCELLENT, EXTREMELY NICE CJ7!
It's time to get your hands on the perfect worry-free Jeep. This 1983 Jeep CJ 7 Renegade looks amazing thanks to plenty of updates and has some nice features. Best of all, this turnkey Jeep is still affordable.
The hood announces the Renegade model, but this is more than just a trim level...It's an attitude. The trail-ready lifted suspension, convertible top, and all-terrain tires make this instantly recognizable as an off-road rebel. If you were wondering how that multi-tone blue paint could look so good on a vintage Jeep, well that because this one is fresh from a high-dollar professional respray ($7,000+ paint job). This midnight blue can attract attention all on this own, but it also makes the perfect backdrop for the brightwork on places like the front panel, bumper, and wheels. The rear is free of chrome, and just allows the full-size spare mounted on the swing away rear hinge to be the real rear jewelry. While this Jeep may appear to have a lone wolf attitude, you better be prepared for the social lifestyle that this 4x4 commands. Jeep enthusiasts wave to each other the way motorcyclists do, and everyone recognizes the iconic round headlights and seven-slot grille from blocks away.
Inside, this Jeep is simple and virtually indestructible. The entire interior was designed to be cleaned up with a garden hose, and the new seats from Bestop are covered in a nearly bulletproof vinyl. In between the bucket seats is a center console with nice creature comforts such as cup holders and a lockable compartment for added security when this one is open to the world. The controls are laid out in typical Jeep fashion, with a grippy three-spoke steering wheel, long-throw shifter for the five-speed manual, and all gauges and heater controls clustered in the center of the dash. There is a nice upgrade to an Alpine AM/FM/CD stereo so you can enjoy plenty of tunes when the top is down. This is a turn-key Jeep with everything working such as the lights, turn signals, horn, radio, and wipers-all this Jeep needs is a driver!
Open the hood, and you'll see a pristine engine bay featuring AMC's trusty 258 cubic-inch inline-six motor. This is a brand new rebuilt engine that's only had a few break-in miles since being installed so you're getting new mechanicals along with that new paint job!. This is a long established powerplant for Jeep that has proven its reliability and continues to have easy parts availability. Torquey and robust, this is the engine you want pulling through daily traffic or the worst slop Mother Nature can throw at you. The five-speed manual works with the Dana 300 transfer case and feeds the seriously beefy axles at both ends. Tall gears and low range give it rock-crawling stability, but thanks to the modern BF Goodrich T/A tires, it can cruise easily at highway speeds. In fact with its power steering and power brakes (with discs up front), this CJ 7 is just as comfortable being a city slicker on the weekdays as it is a country climber on the weekends. This CJ7 truly drives excellent, it steers straight, stops straight, and drives like a new machine! Also included are the original 1983 Jeep sales manuals (rare) and the original owner's manual.
Tradition is alive and well for Jeep fans, and the CJ 7 holds a very special place in the off-roading hall of fame. They have personality, rugged looks, and everyday fun that makes them a popular choice among 4x4 fans.
Defrost, AM/FM Radio, CD Player, Manual Convertible Top, Vinyl Interior, Four Wheel Drive, Front Disc Brakes, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Seatbelts, Tilt Wheel, Build Receipts
- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- 258 CI - Inline 6
- Transmission Type
- 5 Speed Manual
- Body Color
- Deep Night Blue
- Body Style
- 115,359 (Unknown)
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
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