This 1979 Jeep CJ7 has a cool black and silver style inside and
out. It makes for a tasteful appearance when you're riding through
town. But when the pavement ends, you'll also notice that the
pieces that add style also give this 4x4 added function, too.
The distinction of this one starts with the paint. It's a later
application of black, and it even has a metallic element to it. So
this outdoor-friendly Jeep likes to radiate in the sunshine. And a
good shine goes particularly well with the newer Renegade decal
package finished in a bright silver. That same kind of sparkle can
also be seen in the full polished tubular steel upgraded package.
That means a double bumper in back, sturdy side steps, and a double
bumper in front with bull bar on top. In fact, you'll find plenty
of pieces that add to both the style and function. It's in places
like the LED headlights, proper cover over the full-size spare
tire, and upgraded Eagle alloy wheels.
The black Bestop soft top and doors fit well and goes well with the
dark paint. Of course, you're really more interested in what this
one look like when open to the world. The interior goes well with
the exterior as it continues the look of a deep black with some
silver accents. The front buckets are comfortable high back units
finished in a durable vinyl. The rear bench has been updated, too,
and the roll bar is padded. Even the floor is done in a liner paint
for extra protection. This also is made for added comfort with an
upgraded center console that includes a lockbox, cup holders, and
houses the AM/FM/CD stereo with handy Bluetooth. Your driving
position is a commanding one with a grippy Jeep steering wheel,
tall shifter, and classic gauges with supplementary auxiliary
Open the hood, and you'll see the stock-style engine bay featuring
AMC's trusty 258 cubic-inch inline-six motor. With newer components
and a strong-running nature, it suggests that it has had proper
care over its lifetime. In fact, as you look at the undercarriage
photos, you'll even spot newer bushings and exhaust pieces. The
two-speed 4x4 transfer case means proper Jeep go-anywhere prowess,
and this is aided by added ground clearance and the traction of BF
Goodrich All-Terrain tires. Plus, you are always in firm control
thanks to features like the three-speed manual transmission and
front disc brakes.
An awesome color combo, true ability, and the right upgrades
deliver the sharp CJ you've been waiting for. Call today!!!