This 1985 Jeep CJ7 has Laredo has the best features of a
go-anywhere 4x4, and this example does it with extra flair and
function. So to get an updated and upgraded machine like this for
an obtainable price is one heck of a deal.
You know this off-roader means business the moment you lay eyes on
it. Up front there's a strong Westin bumper with both a bull bar
and hitch receiver. The polished grille behind this has some nice
flair, but we bet what you really notice are those LED headlights
that upgrade the attitude and do a better job of lighting the way
forward. Along the sides, the fender flares help to contain the
meaty tires on upgraded 17-inch MotoMetal wheels. Plus, there's
also EAG tubular steel doors with mirrors and Bully aluminum step
plates added. The rear has the original style bumper with a piece
of diamond plate in-between, and there's also a proper trailer
hitch. Plus, we bet you just love the look of the baja-style
mounting for the full-size spare. The factory-correct black paint
retains a decent gloss from a later respray, and the silver Laredo
graphics and coordinating full pinstriping add the right sense of
style. It makes for a good look that's not too overdone to get in
the way of enjoying this 4x4 to the fullest.
This Jeep was built with a great sense of off-road and fresh air
style. So it's made to be outdoors correctly. That's why you have a
bikini top, side door nets, and a full roll bar. And it's even made
to mix in the right comfort with high-back bucket seats covered in
a durable vinyl and a cup holder center console in-between. The
radio has been upgraded to an AM/FM/CD with handy Bluetooth, and
the rear speakers are weather resistant marine units mounted in a
special storage box. You also have full gauges w/tach and an
upgraded wood-rimmed steering wheel to make the driver's seat a
Jeeps hardy 258 cubic-inch inline-six is under the hood. It has the
look of good maintenance and a useful aluminum radiator upgrade.
It's a powerful package that also starts up readily and runs
smoothly. Plus, you take firm control of it all with the five-speed
manual transmission. It has good anytime driving features like
power steering, power brakes, and front discs. And when the
pavement ends, the two-speed 4x4 transfer case means this CJ knows
how to keep going.
Complete with service manuals, this is a beefy-looking Jeep with
all the right upgrades to back up its appearance. Call today!!!
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