This 1980 Jeep CJ7 has that ideal mix where investments went into
both utility and flair. And there are even the right hints of
history, too, like the original powerhouse under the hood.
The blue paint is done right on this Jeep. After all, these are
meant for the outdoors, and the high quality respray knows how to
radiate in the sunshine. It helps to show of the smooth/clean lines
of the body, and it goes well with the Renegade-style fender
flares. Still, it's not some overzealous metallic shade or a
trailer queen application, so this one won't get you kicked out of
the right 4x4 circles. And using a CJ to its fullest is what Jeep
life is really about. That's why this one has upgrades, like lifted
suspension and bumper tow hooks front & rear. Plus, there are some
elements that add style and substance at the same time, like the
Mickey Thompson polished 15-inch wheels that allow you to fit those
meaty tires - including the full-size spare mounted on the
A vehicle like this is all about being open to the world, and so
they have given this a well-done color combo. The exterior blue
returns on the roll bar and dash. Now it's joined by a tasteful
tan. It looks good on the newer covers for the high-back bucket
seats. And there's a locking center console in-between that also
features cup holders. Not only is the upholstery done in tan, but
also they gave the color to useful pieces, like the bikini top and
rugged liner paint on the floor. So this Jeep has a handy and
Under the hood is the 258 cubic-inch inline-six. It's the believed
original powerhouse for this CJ, and there is a ton of originality
here including the correct 1980 engine date code. The consignor
even believes this is a one-family vehicle where the odometer
reflects actual mileage (unfortunately, there's currently no
paperwork to confirm this.) But this has also received the right
investments, like newer suspension components (including shocks)
and newer suspension components. The two-speed transfer case,
lifted stance, and Pro Comp Xterrain make this great 4x4. And the
four-speed manual transmission gives you good control no matter if
you're on the street or trail. The same anytime versatility also
goes for the power steering and front disc brakes.
This CJ has been done the way you want it, and the price is quite
nice. So don't miss you chance. Call today!!!
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