Gateway classic cars of Nashville digitally presents this 1980 Jeep
CJ 5. If you enjoy the outdoors and the places that most do not get
to see, then you need a CJ 5 to get you there. Of course, we all
know that the Jeep was built to move men and equipment during World
War II and was called a "general Purpose" Vehicle and of course
this was shortened to GePe. The narrow stance and short wheelbase
were needed to navigate the trails and forest of Europe and the
four-wheel drive was needed to get where it was going. Lots of
these simple machines were purchased after the war from surplus
stores and used as tractors on farms and adventurers everywhere
clamored for them as a way to get to the fishing holes, hunting
grounds or favorite hiking trails. This 1980 CJ5 is the off-road
machine to get you to just these type of spots. Under the hood of
this Newport Blue Jeep is the well know and loved 4.2 Liter inline
6-cylinder engine. Boasting bushels of torque and know to be very
long lived and trouble free these 4.2 Liter engines just get the
job done! A four speed manual transmission to make things simple
and reliable back up the torque monster under the hood and manual
hubs complete the bullet proof package. If you have a trail that is
off the beaten path or a fishen hole that is full of the biggens
because know one will hike there then here is the vehicle for you.
If however you are looking for heated seats, heated steering wheel
and hands free,47 disc, voice activated automated seat belt
tensioner that includes GPS guided cup holders then this might not
be the right one. Options for this 1980 Jeep CJ 5 include: AM/FM
radio with CD player, manual convertible top, seat belts to hold
you down on the vinyl seats even if upside down ( don't try this at
home) and terrain chewing B.F. Goodrich All Terrain tires. This
1980 CJ5 can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD photos at
www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the
Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or send us an email at
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