Up for sale is an incredibly clean, rare, and beautiful 1984 Jeep CJ8 Scrambler SR. This very low-mileage, very well kept Jeep has been repainted in the past few years but it hasn't been "restored" in the sense of the word. It's one of the nicest (basically) original Scramblers in existence today. I've owned it almost 4 years and I've replaced numerous items on it with mostly NOS and OEM parts. In no particular order I've replaced the following: battery, radiator, radiator hoses/clamps, body stripes, bed rails, spare tire cover, tail lights, turn signal lenses (amber), headlights, hood catches, front bumper, rear bumper, floor mats, radio, radio speakers, bed mat, fog lights, valve cover, body emblems (except for the OEM Scrambler emblems), and the owner's manual. I've done the following services to it within the past year: new spark plugs, front differential service, rear differential service, transfer case service, alignment, brake fluid flush, power steering flush, and coolant flush. The automatic transmission was fully and professionally rebuilt in 2017 and works flawlessly. This Scrambler has the 252 inline 6 cylinder engine and factory air conditioning which works well. This amazing Jeep was formerly owned by country music star Alan Jackson who owned it from 1996-2016. Alan used it on his ranch, I've been told, to haul bales of hay. I've got color copies of the TN title with Alan's name on it and some other various related documents that will go to the new owner. This stunning CJ8 was professionally appraised in 2018 and came in at just under $39K. Because I'm motivated (I don't want to sell it but I've got some personal issues to resolve) I'm selling it for less than the 2018 appraised value, although my price is firm. It will likely appraise for over $40K in 2021. There are more expensive Scramblers for sale (some on this site) out there you can buy but none are nicer or more exclusive than this one. The celebrity factor attached to this Scrambler will almost guarantee that it will only go up in value over the years as long as it's kept in good condition. And it's fun to drive! :) The top and doors come off and the windshield lays down flat for some amazing open-air motoring! This vehicle is rust-free and has been kept in a locked garage most of the time that I've owned it. I get lots of stares and lots of compliments from lot's of people when I take this Jeep out for an occasional spin! If you don't like attention don't buy this Scrambler. :) Please don't bother with any low ball offers. I know what I've got and I know what it's worth so let's not waste anyone's time or hurt anyone's feelings please. I'm not desperate to sell and I can certainly wait until the right buyer comes along.