As you dig into the details on this 1985 Jeep CJ7 Renegade, you're
going to see it's one of the most well-done all-around packages.
After all, it has fuel-injected V8 power, four-wheel disc brakes,
two roof options, a terrific paint theme, an upgraded interior, and
thoughtful details inside and out.
There has been plenty invested in this CJ to give you style and
substance. It starts with the paint. It's a steely blue that makes
this a bit more robust, but the metallic element also gives it a
premium luster in the sunshine. It looks quite nice, but no one
will accuse this Renegade of being a glam on-roader. It's built to
be robust, and you especially see that in the coordinated black
upgrades. Up front, you have a heavy-duty bumper with a Rough
Country winch, a brush guard, and KC lights on the windshield base.
Along the sides are the Renegade fender flares, upgraded rock
sliders, and beefy off-road tires on 18-inch Ion black wheels. At
the rear is a strong bumper with a proper trailer hitch and a
swing-away mount for the full-size spare. Blue hard doors and a
black hardtop roof with tinted windows fit this color theme nicely.
And there's even a new Bestop soft top still in the box that comes
with the sale.
Since you have the choice of being enclosed or open to the word,
the interior makes for the best of both worlds. For example,
carpeting is a durable outdoor kind. So you have better comfort and
insulation than a bare floor, but don't freak out if some mother
nature slashes inside on a day you have the doors off. There are
the right upgrades for a better 4x4, like a padded roll bar and
Corbeau front bucket seats that is a great upgrade for keeping you
planted. Some other features are there just to enhance your fun.
That's why there's a Bluetooth soundbar mounted to the roll hoop,
and the hardtop has a sunroof in it!
Like the rest of this build, the engine bay received nice
investments to maximize what you love the most. It has a nice look
with smooth inner walls, a polished air grabber, and bright cast
valve covers. The valve covers instantly let you know this one has
Chevy small block power. This 350 cubic-inch V8 has been upgraded
with an Edelbrock Intake, Hedman headers, and a sweet-sounding dual
exhaust. And it's topped with a FiTech fuel injection system for
the best in power and consistency. There are even nice supporting
components, like an HEI distributor, an Optima red top battery, and
an aluminum radiator. The torque of the V8 goes well with the
two-speed transfer case, lifted suspension, and BF Goodrich
Mud-Terrain KM3 tires to deliver a true go-anywhere 4x4. But with a
three-speed automatic transmission. power steering, and four-wheel
disc brakes, the go-anywhere can also just mean an easy trip to the
Complete with build receipts, as you look over all the pictures,
you see just how much time and money was invested in creating such
an all-around awesome CJ7. So you know this sharp-looking custom
build belongs in your garage. Call now!