A slick presentation, off-road ready interior, hardtop with
accessory bikini top, crate motor, and 4x4 prowess - this 1979 Jeep
CJ7 is the perfect fit for those who spend Saturday at the campsite
and Sunday at the cruise-in.
Cumberland Green is a perfect fit for an off-roading machine. After
all, it just looks like it could blend in with nature. It's the
factory-correct color, and it was given a quality respray, so it
continues to offer a good luster that highlights the well-done
sheetmetal. Plus, there's a rugged attitude within a coordinated
dark side that includes the black bumpers, fender flares, side
steps, and rear trailer hatch. There's even a hint of brightwork
with the polished 15-inch wheels. So while all CJs look stout, the
high-gloss shine of the finish and this Jeeps overall clean
appearance gives it a sophisticated style that will get it admired
even when it's just in the grocery store parking lot.
Jeeps are built to spend plenty of time open to the world, so the
interior is just an extension of the exterior. That's why the deep
green returns on the dash and most other pieces coordinate with the
outside's black accents. There have been solid investments in
proper outdoor fun. You have well-bolstered Bestop bucket seats
finished in a durable vinyl. The padded roll bar includes your
shoulder harnesses and a fire extinguisher. The floor is done in
rugged paint with robust floor mats for you and your passenger. And
the CB radio is there to make sure you can talk to everyone out on
the trail. But this Jeep also has the right comfort upgrades, too.
You have a locking center console, cup holders, and an AM/FM
digital tuner with aux input. The color-matched doors and a black
hardtop go nicely with the exterior package while sealing up this
CJ from the outside world. Also, if you want just a little bit of
coverage, there's a bikini top that comes with the sale, too. The
classic three-spoke steering wheel feels grippy in your hands, and
the three-speed manual transition has a crisp action. And the added
Bosch gauges and column-mounted tach are useful no matter where you
take this Jeep.
Under the hood is a bright and tidy presentation. It looks fresher
than many others, and that's for a very good reason. This has Jeeps
famously hardy 258 cubic-inch inline-six, but this is a newer crate
motor. It inhales with a Weber carburetor, and the header feeds a
cherry bomb exhaust to let this exhale with added power and
authority. The full package delivers a strong runner, and that's
exactly what you want in a Jeep. After all, the two-speed 4x4
transfer case means this one can keep going even after the trail
ends. And newer bushings and front disc brakes give you a confident
feeling on or off road.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual and original window
sticker (a true rarity for Jeeps). There's even a car cover. It all
goes to prove that this one is meant to be a clean and full
all-around classic. Call today!!!