FULLY RESTORED, LIFTED, 4.2 I6, 4-SPEED, FRNT DISC, PWR STEER, HARDTOP & DOORS!
Hard to have more fun on four wheels than with a Jeep CJ7, especially one as spectacular as this black 1984 Renegade. With a recent and thorough restoration and trail-rated hardware, it's ready to do some serious off-roading, and you just can't beat that old-school look and anvil-like durability that the CJ7 brings.
We're finally getting to the point where these CJs are legitimate collector's items, but you'll probably discover that very few are finished to this level. The shape is unmistakable, especially with the doors and top removed, and thanks to a new black paint job and a set of authentic Renegade decals installed just a short time ago, it looks incredible. Thanks to professional workmanship throughout, it feels tight and fits together quite well, and while a lot of these CJs led hard lives, this one has obviously been taking it easy since the work was completed. Heck, some Jeep guys might scoff at how bright and shiny this one is, especially with the chrome grille and bumpers, but nobody will argue that this isn't a great-looking off-roader. Add in the brutal-looking tubular bumpers and massive spare tire hanging off the back, and it looks to be ready for just about anything.
Inside, this one is almost too nice to venture into the dirt, with beautiful high-back buckets with handsome black seat covers and a matching rear bench. There's also a useful center console with storage and cup holders, and a pair of nice-fitting rubber floor mats over the floors, which are wearing black carpets for a more upscale and luxurious feel than you're accustomed to in an open Jeep. The original gauges look good in their shiny stainless instrument panel, and they're joined by a modern AM/FM/CD stereo head unit. There's also a tilt steering column and custom steering wheel which make it feel far more sophisticated than you'd expect. This Jeep also includes a bikini top for emergencies or days when the sun is just too hot, while there's a matching black hardtop and steel doors for truly inclement weather. Wouldn't this make an awesome daily driver?
In 1984, most Jeeps carried the 4.2 liter inline-six, whose torque output and reliability are the stuff of legends. This one was fully rebuilt less than 2 years ago during the restoration, with a custom carburetor and air cleaner and a clean finned valve cover up top added to complete the look. MSD provided the ignition system and there are recent hoses and belts to make it reliable. Power steering is probably mandatory with those giant tires and it carries front disc brakes that make stopping drama-free. The chassis is in excellent condition, including the 4-speed manual transmission and 2-speed transfer case, and much of the hardware looks to have been recently serviced. New beefy off-road shocks manage a full lift kit, which provides plenty of ground clearance for some pretty hairy rock-crawling with room for those giant 33x12.50-15 off-road radials on polished ICW aluminum wheels.
A muscle car for the dirt? You'd better believe it. Not many CJs get restored to this level, so when you find one this nice, don't hesitate. Call today!
AM/FM Radio, CD Changer, Removable Hard Top, Tilt Wheel, Vinyl Interior, Front Disc Brakes, Power Steering, Seatbelts-Front, Seatbelts-Rear, Manual Convertible Top, Four Wheel Drive
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- Engine Size
- 4.2 L I6
- Transmission Type
- 4 Speed Manual
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- Body Style
- Paint Type
- 183,827 (Unknown)
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- Seat Material
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- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 96 months