Gateway Classic Cars Las Vegas is proud to present, this 1977 Jeep
CJ-7.The Jeep CJ-7 replaced the low production, long wheelbase Jeep
CJ-6 (the civilian version of the M170 ambulance). While more agile
on the trail than the CJ-6, the CJ-7 was intended to be a more
civilized and luxurious version of the CJ-5. Compared to the CJ-5,
it featured a 10-inch longer wheelbase and larger openings for
doors that at least could make an effort to seal out the elements
and be less awkward for most folks to use and get in and out of the
vehicle. The Jeep CJ-7 also had more unified styling than the CJ-5
with the removable hardtop. This Jeep has tons of accessories that
make it the great off road vehicle. Starting with 350 Crate motor
and rebuilt trans with only 5000 miles! A/C can make any day
wheeling fun no matter the weather. Aluminum radiator with two
electric fans means you can be running cool with the A/C on those
hot summer days. Almost new 31 10.50X15 BFG's will give you years
of traction capability and looks great on the chrome ET wheels with
the 2.5" lift. The Super Short Slip Yoke Eliminator Kit makes for a
vibration free ride. Custom bumpers with tow capability on the
front and spare tire carrier on the rear. Custom interior with
Corbeau seats and custom CJ7 Logo door panels and rear seat. Two
custom speaker boxes in the rear give great sound through the
Kenwood dash mounted deck. This Jeep has everything for the off
roader or weekend warrior could want. The Jeep has a complete
receipt book for everything that has been done to it, including
tons of parts not listed here. Check it out today!
1977 Jeep CJ7
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