Flash and substance - that seems to be the theme of this 1985 Jeep
CJ7 Renegade. It includes an attractively rugged style, all the
best off-road upgrades, a five-speed, and a fuel-injected Jeep
motor. So you can see there has been a solid investment all around
this 4x4 to make it one of the most distinct go-anywhere machines
you can get your hands on right now.
This one gets your full checklist right. After all, you have the
bull bar up front that protects the full front end and winch. The
sides show off the tall stance, Renegade flared fenders, reinforced
rockers, and bright American Racing wheels. And the rear has sting
guards, a tow loop, and a full-size spare on a swing-away mount.
This full rugged package is wrapped in a more modern dark silver.
It's a great color that looks sophisticated while also hiding some
of the signs of inevitable fun.
This Jeep comes with multiple configurations with full metal doors,
a soft top, and soft doors. Of course, the most fun is when you are
as open to the world as possible. There's even a bikini top for
those times you want to keep a little sunshine off your shoulders.
This one looks particularly nice when it's fully open because then
you get to see cool details, like the full custom roll cage and how
the maroon upholstery coordinates with the maroon Renegade decals.
You'll also appreciate outdoor life details, like the fully
Rhino-lined floors and the lockbox center console. Plus, you have
nice all-around upgrades like the cup holders, a CB radio, an
AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth, and stereo speakers with
Under the hood is a 4.2-liter inline-six motor. It's a
long-established powerplant for Jeep, and in fact, it lasted into
the Chrysler era. So when this replacement motor was installed
about 40k miles ago, it was also upgraded with a Mopar
fuel-injection system. It's part of the investment that came from
long-term ownership (15 years), and so there have been plenty spent
in making this quite a capable and hardy machine. This includes
newer pieces like the clutch for the five-speed, transmission
seals, transfer case seals, rear main seal, and oil pan gasket. On
the trail, you've got stout 4x4 components like the Dana 300
transfer case, Dana 44 front axle with ARB locker, and TruTrac
locker. In fact, that rear end paired with the 4.56 gears makes for
great low-end torque. There are also newer Fox Rubicon shocks,
Rancho steering stabilizer, Warn premium hubs, and Cooper
Discoverer STT tires. And this go-anywhere machine has good anytime
features, too, like power steering, power brakes, and front
Complete with build receipts and service manuals, this CJ has been
given the right investments to get you further and look great doing
it. Call today!!!