1982 Jeep CJ7. Frame off restoration, everything replaced or rebuilt, original 258 6-cylinder with Mopar multi-port fuel injection, 4-speed manual transmission (rebuilt) Dana 300 transfer case (rebuilt) with twin stick shifter, Currie built 9 inch rear end with ARB locker, Currie built front 9 inch front end with ARB locker, ARB on board air compressor, 4 wheel disc brakes, front and rear end is 6 inches wider than stock for better stability, 33-12.50 BFG KM2, new air conditioner from Collins brothers jeep,12000 lb warn winch on custom built front bumper, custom built rear bumper with swing out spare tire rack, custom built running boards,rhino bed liner complete inside and under side, Winner of several jeep and 4WD shows. Open to offers.
Trucks and SUVs dominate the top ranks of the Hagerty Vehicle Rating, taking the top five spots with the 1966-77 Ford Bronco dethroning the 1976-86 Jeep CJ-7 from the No.1 spot.
If you watched the Super Bowl, you probably took note of the evocative and star-studded 60-second Jeep commercial during the half time break.
Briggs & Stratton is best known for making lawnmower engines, but the company has experimented with cars. One of those cars was recently featured on “Jay Leno’s Garage.” Decades ago, Briggs & Stratton built a one-off, six-wheeled hybrid. Work on the car began in 1978 and was completed in 1980—long before hybrid powertrains became mainstream. […]
The coronavirus pandemic is having a major impact on automotive events, many of which are being canceled or postponed. Here are the latest announcements: Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este, the heralded Italian concours on the shores of Lake Como, has been postponed from May 22-24 to October 16-18. The new dates, however, are subject to the […]
We’re not sure why Toyota Motorsport issued a news release about the MR2 Street Affair concept car — perhaps something was lost in the translation from German to English? — but that really doesn’t matter. What does matter is that even nearly two decades after the car was built, and 13 years after Toyota ended […]
“Electric flying cars are a coming reality that will liberate our cities and answer the long-term mobility challenges we face. Nothing drives technology as fast as competition. The F1 racers of the early 20th century possessed a pioneering spirit we are harnessing today to rapidly accelerate progress. This seed investment represents a significant leap forward […]
Join ClassicCars.com Journal Managing editor as he welcomes Car Coach and automotive expert, Lauren Fix. Lauren and Tom discuss the impact of electric cars. The Pros and Cons; the effect the current world situation has; and real answers about the future. Thanks for listening on your device of choice — and your platform of choice! […]
Casey Putsch strips down the 2007 Porsche Boxster S to use for the Fast and the Furious Live Lykan Hypersport build. He weighs the car before and after to see the car lost over 700 pounds. Casey then proceeds to find out first hand how exciting the performance is after the car becomes hyper light […]
The Pick of the Day was formerly owned by actor Daniel Craig, known for his modern movie interpretation of the British spy How very British can you get? The Pick of the Day is an example of the most stalwart of British vehicles, a 1959 Land Rover Series II 109 pickup, which was formerly owned […]
Seventy-five years ago, on April 11, 1945, US troops liberated the Volkswagen factory in Germany and freed about 7,700 slave laborers who had been forced to build Kübelwagen military vehicles for the Nazi war effort. Thus ended the dark beginnings of Volkswagen while opening the remarkable story of the company’s rise as a global manufacturer […]