As you dig into the details on this 1976 Jeep CJ5, you're going to
see it's one of the most well-done all-around packages. After all,
it has proper V8 power, a terrific paint theme, custom comfy
interior, full soft top, and thoughtful details, including air
This jeep has the look of premium from the first impression. The
champagne beige paint has a nice hint of metallic and plenty of
clearcoat, so it looks good in the sunshine. After all, a CJ needs
to look good outdoors, because that's where it belongs. But there's
a bit more going on here, because many of the components that make
it a better off-road machine also add to its style. For example,
there is a custom side stripe package finished in a dark metallic
brown. This coordinates with the beefy front bumper, trailer hitch
rear bumper, and fender flares that allow for the wider tires.
Tubular side steps, polished 15-inch wheels, and full-size spare on
a swing-away mount all add to this form and function total package.
But what might just get people talking the most about this Jeep is
the well-done custom patriotic eagle mural painted on the hood.
You have the choice of a full soft top, the side half-doors, or
completely being open to the world. So this CJ gives you plenty of
options. But no matter how you motor, all ways will keep you
feeling confident and comfortable. The interior is done with newer
Bestop seats, and it has nice extras like the matching center
armrest, steering wheel cover, and rear headrests. Even the durable
floor liner coordinates with this Jeep's earthtone total package.
Bucket seats, a tilt steering column, the right gauges, and a tall
three-speed shifter making getting comfortable easy. Plus, this one
has all the right upgrades, including a weather resistant AM/FM/CD
stereo with aux input, cup holders, and a locking center console
(for when you want to take this into town but now want to take
everything with you when you park.) And when was the last time you
saw a Jeep that gave you cold-bowing air conditioning?
The AMC 304 cubic-inch V8 is one of those long-standing hardy
motors that we love to see in a well-done Jeep. It has a very stock
look aside from good maintenance - including newer wires, brake
booster, and compressor. It fires up readily and runs nicely. The
torque of the V8 goes well with the two-speed transfer case and
Falken Wildpeak A/T tires to deliver a true go-anywhere 4x4. But
with power steering and power brakes, go-anywhere can also just
mean a easy trip to the grocery store.
This CJ5 offers a ton of extras that really add to both its style
and everyday usability. So if you love a good all-around Jeep, call