This 1977 Jeep CJ5 has V8 power, a proper 4x4 setup, and the right
details for a solid off-roader. So when this classic CJ is also
offered for an obtainable price, then you know the deal is
The yellow paint has a bold look and a good shine. It's not a fancy
kind of show truck finish, but instead, it has the right look to be
impressive out in nature without looking like a poser. There are
good-looking details like the tubular steel bumpers, Renegade-style
fender flares, and Centerline wheels. And within them, you'll see
useful upgrades like the Warn winch, a trailer hitch receiver, and
proper off-road tires. The black soft top and door make a good
contrast for a tasteful overall style. Overall, it's not trying to
be anything fancy...it just likes being a capable 4x4 that also
looks good when you roll through the little towns in-between your
Inside are the right features you want in a true Jeep. This has the
kind of things that are helpful out in the wilderness, like a CB
radio and a roll bar. There's also a good bit of added comfort with
a locking armrest center console, cup holders, and deep channel
floor mats. And you even have a set of well-contorted front bucket
seats that could make some sports car jealous.
Under the hood is a 304 cubic-inch V8. It's a nice motor to have
because this was the largest offered in the CJ5 series. It fires up
with the hardiness you love in a torque-filled Jeep, and the dual
exhaust has a nice tune. Plus, the three-speed manual transmission
gives you firm control over it all. And the two-speed 4x4 transfer
case keeps this a proper go-anywhere Jeep. Power steering and front
disc brakes are there for solid driver features any time you use
There are details that you'll likely address - anything from
updating the shocks to adding a radio. But overall you know the
allure of a V8-powered CJ offered for an affordable price. Call
1977 Jeep CJ5
Exterior Color:Sunshine Yellow
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