|Engine||4.2 L I6|
|Transmission||4 Speed Manual|
|Front Tire Specification||32X11.50R15|
|Rear Tire Specification||32X11.50R15|
|Front Brakes Specification||Disc|
|Rear Brakes Specification||Drum|
|AM/FM Radio||Cassette Player||Defrost||Heat||Vinyl Interior||Front Disc Brakes||Power Steering||Seatbelts (Front)|
Jeeps are on the upswing thanks to a reinvigorated brand image that focuses on off-road power instead of cute girly 4x4s. However, finding a clean Jeep like this 1982 CJ5 Laredo is no easy task today, so if you're a fan of the old iron, you should sit up and pay attention to this with its oversized rolling stock, awesome gray paint, and butch off-roading credentials.
Remember all those CJs that you saw slowly rusting away from within? This isn't one of them. It's a lifelong southern vehicle that's never seen anything colder than a garden hose, and from the looks of things, someone went the extra mile when they were applying that cool anthracite paint. With the flat sides, it should be easy to get the bodywork straight, but that's where you have to watch out because flat is flat and curved is curved, and making a flat panel look as good as they do on this Jeep takes some skill. There are also a few splashes of chrome, just to break things up a bit, from the bumpers to the grille to the mirrors, and those molded rubber fender flares give it a wide track look. Laredo decals look period-perfect for 1982, but the color combination will never go out of style. Out back there's a matching fifth ... Please ask for the full description.
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- AM/FM Radio
- Cassette Player
- Vinyl Interior
- Front Disc Brakes
- Power Steering
- Seatbelts (Front)
- Exterior Color
- Interior Color
- Front Brakes
- Rear Brakes
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