An attractive color combo, lifted suspension, and proper V8 power
join the go-anywhere prowess you love to deliver a 1980 Jeep CJ7
Renegade that celebrates the core of this 4x4's everlasting
This Jeep has the best features you want in a true off-road
machine. The heavy-duty front bumper leading the way has a powerful
Smittybilt winch mounted on it and tow hooks. The Renegade fender
flares and full rocker guards along the sides are dark and robust.
And steel rear bumper with a proper trailer hitch and tow hooks
keep the rugged attitude going. There are nice details like rock
screens on all the main lights. But more than just trail-ready, the
upgrade later in life to the maroon paint gives this the right
balance of an anytime off-roader that also has the right luster to
turn heads when going through town. Plus, it's sitting on bright
15-inch Pro Comp wheels and BF Goodrich All-Terrain tires that add
to the flair and the off-road prowess. The final touch to the
exterior's distinction is that you get the desirable combo of
color-marched doors, but the black hardtop comes with something a
bit unique. After all, when was the last time you saw a CJ with a
Jeeps are built to spend plenty of time open to the world, so the
interior is just an extension of the exterior. That's why the
maroon returns on the dash and floor, and most other pieces
coordinate with the outside's black accents. There have been solid
investments in proper outdoor fun. You have upgraded bucket seats
covered in durable vinyl, and the excellent bolstering means plenty
of comfort on the trail. In between is an armrest center console
with storage and cup holders. This Jeep was also built to be a
solid driver. That's why the steering wheel is on a tilt column,
there's a B&M floor shifter, and this has the proper
Renegade-style gauges, including clock and tach.
Under the hood is Jeep's 304 cubic-inch V8. It has a stock look and
the fundamentals have been treated right. So you'll spot desirable
pieces, like the newer wiring, Holley carburetor, Accel
distributor, and aluminum radiator. So it fires up nicely and runs
well. There's plenty of power for you to enjoy the 4x4 lifestyle to
the fullest. But we also keep mentioning the on-road feeling.
That's because this feels especially solid on the pavement. And it
also has the right easy anytime driving features like power
steering, power brakes, front discs, and a three-speed automatic
Lifted, powerful, and quite attractive, this is the classic CJ that
knows how to take you everywhere and also look good anywhere. Call
1980 Jeep CJ7
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