This CJ7 is tight; NO rust, no accidents, no issues. The engine is the original 304 V8 with a recent professional overhaul (less than 5K miles) and 500 CFM Edlebrock Carburetor. NEW Items: Brakes, master cylinder, brake assist, radiator, steering rod, window cowling, Linex (inside tube), Poison Spider rock sliders, Warn hubs, and battery. For the last 11 years it has been garaged with the exception of the last two months. Additional features include: Master Craft Performance Seats with five point release, Warn winch with air compressor feature, full roll cage, 4" lift, jack, custom exhaust, two fire extinguishers, and Quadratec Jeep cover (new). This CJ does not have any rust issues, sheet metal replacement, patches, or bondo whatsoever!! Let's talk, and thanks for looking.
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