Somewhere between a mean trail machine and a cool boulevard cruiser
lies this 1976 Jeep CJ7. With bold paint, solid upgrades, and
overall rugged 4x4 prowess, this icon can truly do everything it
was built for, and fit in anywhere.
The Burnt Orange paint gives you a touch of the earth-tone style
that looks good out in nature. But there's also a nice metallic
sparkle that is there to get you some added attention and
admiration when just rolling through town. Against the orange is a
tasteful black package that shows off the upgraded Renegade decals,
renegade fender flares, fog light guards, 15-inch wheels, full-size
spare on the swing-away mount. There's even lowered hard doors that
go with this package when in place. Overall, it's a sharp-looking
CJ that also never gets too fancy so that you can't enjoy it to the
fullest. There's even a trailer hitch so you can bring more fun
with you on your journeys.
The interior continues that black and orange style. After all, a
Jeep looks best when open to the world, and so it should look like
it is always meant to be. This was made to be a more comfortable
machine than stock. That's why you have well-contoured bucket seats
up front, shoulder seatbelts, and a center console with cup holders
and your AM/FM/CD stereo. But they also invested in making this a
better all-around off-roader. This includes an upgraded full roll
bar setup, newer gauges, and liner paint on the floor.
Under the hood is the 258 cubic-inch inline-six motor. It's a
long-established powerplant for Jeep that has a robust nature, and
this example really shows what a well-maintained motor should be.
These have a great balance between an inherent smooth nature of the
inline configuration and a torque-filled performance that makes
them ideal for a go-anywhere Jeep. Power steering, power brakes,
and the control of the four-speed manual transmission are great for
any kind of driving. And when the pavement ends, the two-speed 4x4
transfer case and Warn locking hubs to keep you moving with ease.
Plus, the Uniroyal Laredo tires are good all-terrain tires for all
Complete with maintenance records, you're looking at an icon that
has been given the right investment to be more comfortable while
still remaining the quintessential classic 4x4. So if you love a
great CJ, call today!
1976 Jeep CJ7
Exterior Color:Burnt Orange
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