Not only does this 1979 Jeep CJ7 look bold, but it was also
specially given a fuel-injected 4.0-liter motor. So you can dig
into all the other details, but we already know this 4x4 has you
The vibrant yellow paint makes this one instantly noticeable day or
night, but the true ruggedness is in the dark side. You see it in
the black components, like the Renegade flared fenders, heavy duty
step rails, and swing-away rear mount for the full-size spare and
42-inch jack. And of course, you noticed the upgraded front bumper
with Badland 9,000 lbs winch. There's even some nice brightwork
that adds to this Jeep's utility, like the diamond plate rear
corners, reinforced rockers, and upgraded 15-inch polished wheels.
So this one is all about looking good while showing off how it can
pull real 4x4 duty.
A Jeep like this was meant to be open to the world, and so some of
the interior upgrades match the exterior black. This includes the
full custom roll cage and bikini top. And we especially like how
the front bucket seats have yellow piping to fully match the
exterior. While you'll like this CJ for its ruggedness, there's
also the right added comfort with a retro-style AM/FM digital
tuner, cup holders, and Tuffy armrest locking center console.
We have a receipt from 2018 detailing over $9k of components and
work from the masters at Fabwright in Amarillo. Not only was it for
cool pieces for the front winch and rear jack, but also for other
rugged upgrades for the motor. For example, the engine bay has the
unmistakable look of added power. Jeeps have a long history of
enjoying the strong inline six motors, but the CJ missed out on the
largest displacement: the 4.0-liter. This special CJ now has the
desirable displacement courtesy of a 2002 Grand Cherokee, and it's
fuel injected and has a K&N cold air intake fitted as well. And
because this is full professional installation, the ECU was even
properly set up for CJ duty. Combined with the four-speed manual
transmission and a new clutch kit, this package is ready to live up
to the sturdy Jeep name. The rebuilt lifted suspension, BF Goodrich
All-Terrain KO2 T/As, and two-speed 4x4 transfer case are all part
of what makes this a true go-anywhere machine. Of course, a
fuel-injected classic like this is also easy to take through town,
and that's why you have anytime driving features like power
steering and front disc brakes.
It's great to see a true 4x4 upgraded in all the right palaces so
that looking better also adds more utility, too. So if you love a
good Jeep, this is a great deal. Call today!!!