The strong V8, tall 4x4 prowess, ton of great investments, and
distinctly sleek look all make this 1980 Jeep CJ5 quite a nice
package. So it only gets better is when you can get it all for such
a value price.
This Jeep is distinctive from the first moment you lay eyes on it.
The copper paint has a nice deep tone, and the metallic element
make it look like the last moment of a lakeside sunset. It's also
the perfect complementing color to the rugged pieces like the black
fender flares, roll bar, and 15-inch wheels (with handy full-size
spare.) In fact, there are more dark elements that also add to this
CJ's utility. The custom front bumper, diamond plate running
boards, and custom rear bumper with trailer hitch all have a cool
look and add to the usefulness we all want in a 4x4 like this.
The beautiful tan interior looks simply awesome against the
exterior copper paint. After all, they both have an earthy tone
that looks great when you're out on the trail. And speaking of
being out in nature, a good Jeep is built for carefree outdoor use.
So while the newer front bucket seats have nice bolstering, they
also are done in a durable vinyl. The whole floor is finished in a
rugged liner paint, so a day playing in nature can be cleaned with
something as simple as a garden hose. There's a bikini top to keep
the sunshine off your shoulders, and the sale comes with the frame
for the doors and roof if you want to upgrade. The tilt steering
column, power steering, clear gauges, and easy floor shifter are
all there to make it easy to enjoy this CJ in all conditions.
The final piece to a great Jeep is proper power. AMC's 360 V8 has
the right torque to get you into and out of trouble. In fact, it
has extra power thanks to a four-barrel carburetor, aluminum
intake, and headers that feed the sweet-sounding side exhaust. And
this motor is good for more than just power. You have an aluminum
radiator, as well as a new fuel system with tank, pump, sending
unit, and gauge. This is a strong-running motor, and you take full
control of it with the four-speed manual transmission. The
two-speed 4x4 transfer case and meaty off-road tires make this a
true go-anywhere Jeep. But there's more going on here. This one
feels solid in all conditions, and that's thanks to investments in
places like new suspension bushings, new steering shaft, and new
tie rods. Plus, you have a new brake booster and all new brakes
including discs up front.
This Jeep has the right investments to go farther on or off-road...
and it looks better doing it, too. Don't miss this deal, call