Silver exterior, Black interior. 258ci Straight 6 engine, 4 speed manual transmission, Webber carburetor upgrade, New soft top, Runs and drives great. This CJ5 is ready to hit the trails and go wherever you want. The straight 6 cylinder engine runs great and uses an upgraded Webber carburetor to make this Jeep run excellent. The four speed manual transmission shifts fine and makes this Jeep a blast to drive. The previous owner had some tasteful modifications installed to make this Jeep more off road worthy. Some include; two rear mounted Jerry cans, high lift bumper jack, fabricated front and rear bumpers, swing out spare tire mount, Warn spot lights, and more. A nice set of black wheels with 33x12.50/15 Goodyear Wrangler tires keep this CJ5 rolling. A new Bestop soft top, Bestop seats, brakes, Rancho suspension, distributor, fuel pump, fuel filter, and battery were all recently installed. This Jeep is priced to sell and will not last long. Come out today to see it in person! Ask to see the Carfax!
This is a two month old 2016 75th Anniversary “1941” Edition 4x4 Wrangler that has been completely customized by Butler Tire in Atlanta. It has five Fuel wheels, Lexani Mud Beast MT tires, LCD light bars on the hood and roof line, aluminum gas and brake pedals, special edition hood, custom loft package, winch, rubber floor mats, and too many more options to list. This 75th Anniversary “1941”edition is fully loaded with leather seats, navigation, Alpine sound system with all- weather sub-woofer, heated seats, Bluetooth, and the brand new Bestop with a glass rear window that opens right up like a traditional SUV. The new Bestop has no zippers at all! This is a one of a kind special edition Jeep that has been fully customized to meet the most challenging conditions off-road, while offering all of the comforts of a luxury SUV.
LIKE NEW. With comfort package. very reliable and safe , All scheduled maintenance, All records, Excellent condition, Fully loaded with all the goodies, Looks & drives great, Mostly highway miles, Must see, Never seen snow, New tires, No accidents, Non-smoker, One owner, Perfect first car, Satellite radio, Seats like new, Still under factory warranty, Title in hand, Very clean interior, Well maintained
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What this 2008 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited represents is the state-of-the-art in off-roading, enhanced by a few well-chosen aftermarket modifications. If theres a remote corner of the planet that youre eager to visit, this Jeep will absolutely get you there. The mistake a lot of folks make with the Wrangler is assuming that its comfortable interior and long list of creature comforts has made it soft. Well, theyre dead wrong. This is hardcore off-roading at its best, although from the looks of the bright yellow paint, it hasnt been anywhere more rugged than a gravel driveway. Big fender flares, butch-looking step plates, and an oversized front bumper with a brush guard and LED lighting all suggest that it scoffs at climbing mountains and bounding over boulders, and its all in very good condition. Of course, it has been driven and enjoyed, showing 83,805 original miles, but it definitely looks the part of a vehicle that stickered for more than $35,000 (Ill pause here to give you a moment to get your jaw off the floor). With four doors, its actually quite roomy and practical, but with that towering stance and industrial details, there are no doubts about this 4x4s intentions. And all the Jeep DNA is there, from the squared-off greenhouse to the familiar grille and round headlights (augmented by LED auxiliary lighting), so you shouldnt worry about not being recognized. And if you want practical, theres even a spare tire hanging off the back. Inside, its a comfortable cocoon of luxury, which is quite startling in a Jeep, never mind a Wrangler. The list of goodies is extensive, including air conditioning, cruise control, a tilt steering column, a powerful stereo with Bluetooth interface, and enough speakers to be heard at the other end of the Grand Canyon. Its also got a fairly comprehensive array of instrumentation in a very handsome instrument panel thats no longer just a flat sheet of metal like in the good old days. It was ordered with a factory 3-piece hardtop, which includes two removable panels over the front seats that adds to the open-air experience of owning a Jeep. Oh, and theres a set of tube doors as well, in case you want to go full Jeep out in the wild. The engine is a 3.6 liter V6 that truly transformed the Wrangler. Faster and more efficient than the old V6, it gives this Jeep the moves to match its looks. This is a Jasper crate engine with about 3000 miles on the clock, so its ready to enjoy. The installation looks extremely clean and you wouldnt know its not a factory piece just by looking at it. And it sure is clean! An automatic transmission means its reasonably economical on the pavement and cruises nicely at highway speeds, so go ahead and use it as a daily driver. Aftermarket additions include a 6-inch Pro Comp suspension lift with heavy-duty shocks, so if it wasnt ready for the rough stuff before, it certainly is now. Custom Dick Cepek wheels give it just the right aggressive look and carry giant 35x12.50-17 Nitto Trail Grappler off-road radials. Go anywhere, do anything was always the Jeeps mantra, but it has never been this easy or this luxurious. Call today!
Hard to have more fun on four wheels than with a Jeep CJ7, especially one as spectacular as this 1981 Coffee Brown Metallic beauty. With a great paint job and a rebuilt engine, it hasnt even seen a gravel road, let alone serious off-roading, but its ready, willing, and able, particularly with that rumbling 304 under the hood. Were finally getting to the point where these CJs are legitimate collectors items, but youll probably discover that very few are restored to this level. It was repainted earlier in 2018 and has a great shine and fantastic bodywork that suggests this Jeep has always been loved. The CJs shape is unmistakable, especially with the doors and top in place, and thanks to a new paint job and a set of slightly oversized fender flares, it looks incredible. Thanks to professional workmanship throughout, it feels tight and fits together quite well, and while a lot of these CJs led hard lives, this one has obviously been taking it easy since the work was completed. Heck, some Jeep guys might scoff at how bright and shiny this one is, but with a winch up front, big driving lights, and a modest lift, I dont think anyone will question its off-road credentials. Inside, this one is almost too nice to venture into the dirt, with nice high-back buckets with fresh black seat covers and a matching rear bench. Theres also a useful center console with storage and cup holders, and a pair of nice-fitting rubber floor mats over the floors, which have been painted to match the bodywork for low maintenance. The gauges are new, including a tach on the steering column, and theres a new dash pad up top. Theres a great-sounding stereo stashed out of sight with big speakers both under the dash and on the rear fenders, so it sounds great top on or top off. Cool aluminum pedals look racy and the fat three-spoke steering wheel is easy to grab in off-road situations. Of course, a hardtop and metal doors make this an all-weather friend, going a long way towards civilizing the all-purpose Jeep, and theres a bikini top for warm weather fun. In 1981, Jeeps were getting wheezing six cylinder engines which didnt do much to move them through the mud with tall tires. Thats all been remedied here thanks to the installation of a muscle-bound 304 cubic inch V8 which exhibits serious excess horsepower. Freshly rebuilt and fitted with an Edelbrock intake manifold, Holley 4-barrel carburetor, shorty headers, and an upgraded coil, its ready to rock. Those headers dump directly into a mellow-sounding dual exhaust system that tucks up into the frame so no worries about ground clearance. Theres also a modest lift kit, and with the 4-speed manual and 2-speed transfer case, its ready to plunge into the nastiest terrain you can manage. The brakes were fully rebuilt and with power steering, those giant 33x12.50-15 tires and Pro Line wheels are easy to manage no matter where you are. A muscle car for the dirt? Youd better believe it. Not many CJs get refinished to this level, so when you find one this nice, dont hesitate. Call today!
In 1987, Jeep fans had a hard time adopting to the all-new YJ and its accompanying square headlights, but the years have been kind to the Wrangler, making it one of the most beloved (and capable) off-roaders ever built. So if youre looking for a real Jeep with real off-road cred, perhaps this 1987 Jeep Wrangler will appeal to you. All the body panels were new on the YJ but theres no mistaking its DNA. And while all Wranglers are Trail Rated, this one looks like its had a pretty easy life on the street and not bashing around in the rough, although the winch and oversized rubber might suggest otherwise. The handsome burgundy paint sure looks good on the burly off-roader, giving it a no-nonsense look that probably looks as good covered in dirt as it does all polished up. Wide fender flares work with the YJs increased wheel well clearance to provide more room for the big tires, plus a big, wide-shouldered look that makes it look rugged. The grille is the same familiar 7-bar setup thats been in use since the 40s, and even with the half doors, stripes, winch, and rear-mounted spare, this truck feel civilized, not crude. The paint, given that its more than 30 years old (yes, really!), still looks great, more proof that it has been well-maintained and treated like something special. Forget crude interiors, this Jeep is comfortable enough to drive every day. The stylish two-tone upholstery is in great condition, probably due to its unique fabric thats designed for the outdoors and wears like granite. Civilization arrived in the Jeep in the form of functional A/C, carpets on the floors, and a full array of legible instruments arrayed across the instrument panel. The center stack offers well-marked controls for the HVAC and aftermarket AM/FM/CD stereo, and the levers for the 5-speed manual transmission and transfer case fall readily to hand. A full roll cage has been part of the Jeep spec sheet for decades, and its reassuring presence off-road is very welcome. A folding top makes the Jeep the ultimate open-air off-road machine, and even when its stowed theres plenty of storage space behind the back seat. Powered by a high output 4.2 liter inline-six, the Jeep makes short work of just about any situation thanks to smart gearing and light curb weight. Remember, the point isnt speed, but capability, so youll be grateful for its reliability when youre miles from help. With just 47,644 original miles, it still runs beautifully and should continue to do so for years to come, and the only modifications are the air filter and a fuel pressure regulator. Its been nicely maintained, and the clean engine bay is more proof that this Jeep has the look, but hasnt spent a lot of time in the dirt. A smooth-shifting 5-speed manual transmission is linked to a 2-speed transfer case with high and low ranges, so its happy to climb over rough terrain barely off idle. The YJ still used the same leaf spring suspension that the CJ made famous, and as I said, theres plenty of room in the fenders for the oversized tires on flashy polished aluminum wheels. If your idea of fun involves dirt, rocks, and lonely stretches of wilderness, then this Wrangler is an ideal choice. Refined but not too civilized, it manages to be both comfortable and effective. Call today!
This vehicle, when sold at the listed price, will include a guarantee and free shipping within the Continental United States.This 1981 Jeep Scrambler has been totally restored just a few years ago and still looks amazing today. It has less than 100,000 miles and runs like new.
INCORRECT PHONE NUMBER INITIALLY IN THE AD; HAS BEEN CORRECTED, PRICE REDUCED. 100% adult driven, Always garaged, absolutely pristine condition, Factory GPS / navigations system, No accidents, Non-smoker, Satellite radio, entire interior like new, Still under factory warranty, Title in hand, NEVER off-road, highway / street miles triple black, 3-piece hard top, tow package, trac-lok differential rear axle, remote start. LT325/65/18 tires, MOTO metal wheels including spare, custom front / rear bumpers, 4 inch lift. , All scheduled maintenance. Kelly Blue Book private sale: $32,200. This Jeep has 7K+ aftermarket with wheels, tires, bumpers, lift, etc.
Do you want to polish a jewel? 1983 JEEP CJ8 Scrambler. Asking $18,750. The exterior is white with Orange stripes. 6 cyl., 4.2L Straight shift. 4x4 drive. 2 Door Style. Has 167,704 miles. Second Owner, bought 9/12/1989, stored in garage for the last 20 years, which means No Rust. Jeep has 98% of the original equipment. New paint job and black Rhino bed liner in 2016. New fuel pump, carb., and muffler in 2017. Jeep has original Bush Guard, spare tire rack and a set of 5 extra rims. Always wanted to keep my "baby" completely original like it was in 1983. I entered it in a car show in the Off Road category and won first place in 2016. People have been admiring my Scrambler every time I drive it around town. It is a real eye catcher for a collector. Contact me at 770-252-1702. If I am away from the phone, please leave a message and your name and I call back as soon as possible.
Don't miss out on your chance to own this fun to drive 2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport. Powered by a 3.6L, V6 engine w/automatic transmission. The vehicle is in excellent condition, all scheduled maintenance, always garaged, Looks & drives great, No accidents, one owner, and still under factory warranty. The installed features and options include: Hill Start Assist Control, Traction Control, Stability Control, ABS (4-Wheel), Keyless Entry, Air Conditioning, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, Cruise Control, Power Steering, Tilt Wheel, AM/FM Stereo, MP3 (Single Disc), Dual Air Bags, Hard Top, Privacy Glass, Running Boards, Heavy Duty Bumper and Winch, Towing Pkg, After-Market Wheels/Tires and a host of other amenities. Call or email for more info. Private seller ready to sell today.
You are looking at a 1975 Jeep J10 Pickup, been sitting for a few years but a great project! I feel that my price of $2,000 which I am sure YOU will feel is very fair for a pickup like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
This Jeep is literally a one of a kind. It is custom painted with Inca Gold Pearl (Paint Code PYJ) that is a Plymouth Prowler Paint Code. The jeep has 35 inch Nitto Grappler Tires on Gear Rims. These tires are in amazing condition! This vehicle sits a bit high for me. I am 48 years old and don't want to 'climb' in a vehicle any more. It is full leather and a very clean jeep. I drive it each day to work (about 20 miles round trip) It stays in my garage because I am very proud of the paint! It has never been taken off road. This jeep has a branded title. Before I bought it, it had an electrical short inside one of the door panels which is considered "fire damage". Jeep purchased the vehicle back and repaired the problem. I purchased the jeep and purchased a 5 year/100,000 mile warranty though. The warranty is through ASC Warranty -Plan 5 "Factory Type Coverage" If you have any questions, please shoot me a message. I also have more photos. Auto trader only allowed me 18 photos. A/C ice cold, Custom wheels, Fully loaded with all the goodies, Looks & drives great, Never seen snow, New paint, New tires, Non-smoker, Title in hand
All scheduled maintenance, Always garaged, Excellent condition, Factory GPS system, Looks & drives great, Mostly highway miles, Must see, No accidents, Non-smoker, Satellite radio, Seats like new, Title in hand, Very clean interior, Well maintained. Removable hard top and t tops. Will throw in hard top hoist.
V8 power, the right 4x4 upgrades, and a great red and black combination make this 1976 Jeep CJ7 such a hot ticket. This Jeep is distinctive from the first moment you lay eyes on it. This was born a red machine, but the newer professional application gives this a true radiance every time the sunshine hit the body which is perfect for a vehicle meant to be in the great outdoors. New fender flares, upgraded tubular black bumpers (with brush guard in the front,) and matching side steps give this a terrific dark side. This feeling is furthered by the intimidation of the lifted suspension. And it all coordinates very nicely with the newer Bestop roof when its in place. Of course, a Jeep is meant to be open to the world. So when you take down the top and remove the full doors, the same red and black theme continues. There has been recent investment in new seats, which always sets a nice tone for the whole interior. But more than just comfortable, its also rugged. The entire floor and steel sides are covered in tough liner paint. That means a muddy day on the trails can be cleaned with a simple garden hose exactly how you want a real Jeep to be. The Grant GT sports steering wheel is nice and grippy. Plus, it gives you a clear view to the large speedo, desirable tach, and extra auxiliary gauges a total package to keep you fully informed. Jeep people will love looking over your engine bay because it takes the robust AMC 304 cubic-inch V8 (possibly original) and combines it with plenty of desirable upgrades for power and strength. Its been enhanced with a Weber four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, new distributor, and an aluminum radiator. And the glasspack-style side exhaust makes a terrific rumble. On the road, this total package feels good with the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes. But what makes you really want this classic Jeep is for a little off-road fun. So on the trail, the extra wallop of V8 power is a great partner with the upgraded suspension, the sturdy two-speed 4x4 transfer case, and BF Goodrich Mud-Terrain tires on those bright 15-inch wheels. Bold packaging, the right upgrades, and plenty of V8 power this is the CJ7 is the right way to enjoy an icon. Call today!!!
If you place value on the collectability of a vehicle, having the first of a series or the last of a series matters. After remaining in production through several corporate parents, over 45 years, with model numbers starting with CJ1 and continuing through CJ7, this 1986 is the last of the CJ line. And its a nice one. Check it out. Original paint is another desirable feature, and this one has just had a fresh respray in the original, P1 Classic Black . Some first-class Blue vinyl was laid on with Renegade appearing on the hood. A Runck front bumper keeps the trees at bay and protects the fenders along with that pretty chrome grill when you take it off road. Factory headlights provides great visibility on the darkest night, and an extra set of KC lights add to the show. Rock guards along the running boards offer both protection and a step up into the cab. The back-bumper hoops offer a splash of chrome with a trailer ball mounted on the drop-down center section between them for towing. A full-sized spare tire is mounted on a swing away bracket to offer access to the rear. The removable hardtop fits well, looks great, and offers comfortable 4 season use as well as lockable security for anything inside. For summertime fun, go ahead and pull the hardtop off and put the bikini top that also comes with it on. Open the door and you will find a completely stock interior that is also the correct 1EB Black that it was delivered in from the factory. The original three-spoke steering wheel has been wrapped with a leather cover and the shifters for the manual transmission as well as the transfer case rise from the floor. The center panes holds the speedometer which reflects the actual and correct mileage on this CJ of only 65,470 miles. The high back buckets have been recently recovered, look great, and are both comfortable and supportive with pleated seating surfaces and smooth side bolsters. Between them is a new Tuffy lockable console with the stereo system and amp located inside it. Just behind the front seats you will find Kicker speakers mounted to the roll bar and behind the back seat is a Kicker sub for your listening pleasure. BesTop floor mats protect the floor and are easily removed for cleaning. Pop the hood and you will find the tried and true 258 cubic inch in-line 6-cylinder motor nestled down in the engine bay. It is completely stock except for the carburetor which has been replaced with a Weber. Signs of good regular maintenance are evident with newer hoses, belts, plugs, cap and wires as well as a fresh battery. Power flows back through a 4-speed manual transmission and the transfer case to solid axles front and rear mounted on leaf springs outfitted with a fresh set of shocks. The brakes have been completely serviced up with ventilated discs in the front assuring good stopping ability. There are new wheels and tires all around which also includes the spare. They are 32X11.50R15 BFGoodrich T/As mounted on sharp looking Pacer alloy wheels with chrome centers. This was the last of the CJ line of Jeeps. It is a low mileage example in the factory correct color and it could be yours. Come on down and check it out.
If you are the kind of person who likes to save the best for last, then you will like this Jeep. It is one of the last Wranglers produced and it has got the best of everything. Fresh paint, removable hard top and a killer sound system. It drives great on the road but has the heavy-duty components that give it off road cred too. Check it out. If you are thinking that this is the cleanest looking Wrangler you have ever seen, then you are thinking the same thing we are. Especially when the hard top is on. The fresh white paint has a great shine and the top fits so snug that it doesnt even look like its removable. Body colored fender flairs front and rear as well as the white running board with a built-in step between them enhances the clean look even further. Then you notice the heavy duty, off-road equipment that lets you know that its beauty is more than skin deep. Up front an aftermarket bumper cradles and XRC winch with billet tow hooks on either side and 4 auxiliary KC lights. There are also LED headlights and a louvred hood with an off-road jack mounted to it. Out back a heavy-duty spare tire carrier is underlined by a bumper with a couple more billet tow rings and a receiver hitch for pulling toys with. Open the door, or just look inside if the top and the doors are off, and you will find an interior that is fully equipped and comfortable for cruising. If the door is on you will notice that is it fully lined in dark gray. Beautiful and functional Corbeau racing seats and harnesses are trimmed in Tan and are a great place to spend time on a long road trip, or to keep you safe and secure on an off-road excursion. The beefy Grant steering wheel is form fitted, feels good in your hands, and is mounted on a billet hub. The dash board is packed full of features like a full complement of gauges to keep track of critical engine functions. Ventilation controls include those for the A/C system. A Sony head unit pumps the tunes out through dual sound bars mounted to the roll cage for your listening pleasure. A nice back seat is there for your friends to join you if you wish, or will fold forward to make a nice cargo area. Open that louvred hood and you will find a 4.0-liter, in-line 6-cylinder engine that is considered one of the best off-road engines in the business. When they redesigned the extremely well regarded 4.2 engine, they gave it fuel injection with high flow injectors and a larger throttle body along with redesigned intake and exhaust manifolds for more efficiency. They even updated the valve cover to a cast aluminum unit with 15 hold down bolts to insure a positive seal. The result is 190 horsepower and 225 foot-pounds of torque that will get you wherever you want to go. There are signs of good regular maintenance and the air conditioning compressor has been recently replaced. It runs that power back through a 5-speed manual transmission and 4WD transfer case to all four wheels. Skid plates protect the running gear and the rubber meets the road, or the dirt, through 33 x 12.50R15 tires mounted on Ion alloy rims. This Jeep looks great, has a killer sound system, and serious off-road capabilities. Come on down and check it out. You might decide that you want to take it home. And you might decide to take a short cut across the mountain on the way there.
CJ7s are like the Swiss Army knife of vehicles. They can do about anything. They can get you to a job or get you as far away from a job as possible. They are basic and reliable, but full of adventure and fun. They give a driver great visibility and maneuverability in the city, and can get the driver where no one will see them and there is room to run. Check out this great looking CJ and think about all the different ways you could use it. Jeeps make their own fashion statement by not trying to make a different one every year. They look the same and have remained true to their roots as a very capable all-around vehicle since their introduction in 1945, although they did grow a bit to make them more stable and user friendly with the introduction of the CJ7. A fresh coat of paint in a nice shade of Red gives this one a nice new shine to it. Fresh chrome adds a splash of flash with the new double bar front bumper shining bright as well as the rocker trim, sill plates, windshield hinges and mirrors. The back bumper includes a trailer hitch receiver so you can pull whatever toys you wish to your favorite playground, and a convertible top as well as removable doors mean that you can play in the open air on the way there, or stay warm and protected from the elements if you need to. Open the door (if it is even on there) and you will find a neat and clean interior that is intentionally easy to keep that way no matter where you take it. The whole floor and interior is Rhino lined with removable floor mats front and rear. High backed bucket seats have been freshly recovered and are comfortable for long cruises as well as supportive for playing off road. The back seat has also been recovered so you can bring a couple friends with you on your adventures too. The roll bar provides for some safety as well as providing a hand hold for your back-seat passengers while you make a dramatic entrance to the bonfire or campsite. A three-spoke steering wheel is mounted on a tilt column with the shifter for the manual transmission and 4-wheel drive transfer case rising from the floor. A chrome panel in the center holds most of the gauges and controls as well as a Kenwood stereo that is FM/CD and iPod compatible for your listening pleasure. Under the hood is the tried and true 258 cubic inch in-line 6-cylinder engine. They have proven themselves as reliable powerhouses that make good torque for off road playing or around town driving. A black air filter assembly feeds fresh air to a two-barrel carburetor and there is a ribbed black and polished valve cover. Headers get the spent gases out to a cherry bomb style muffler which gives this Jeep a nice healthy sound. Power flows out through the 3-speed manual transmission and transfer case to the rear, or all four wheels through solid axles mounted on leaf springs both front and rear. Fresh Hydro 7000 shocks as well as power steering keep things under control and power front disc brakes provide great stopping ability. 305/70R16 Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ tires are mounted on Dick Cepek wheels which are definitely a nice -looking addition to this Jeep. Which way would you use this Jeep? On road? Off road? Towing something? Like a Swiss Army knife, it can do it all. Come on down and check it out.
Mid 70s pickup trucks are more popular than ever these days. They are good looking, capable machines that arent loaded up with a bunch of computers. So, if you like the idea of owning one, but would prefer something you dont see on the road 100 times a day, then check out this Jeep J10 pickup. Its capable, tough and hard-working truck, and you dont see them that often. This is also a really good-looking truck. First because of the design of the body and cut of the sheet metal. The broad-shouldered stance and the power bulge on the hood make the truck look tough. And it is. Its also standing tall on 33x12.50s and that says this truck means business too. Then there is the first-class paint job. It is Blue with Silver highlights outlined with Orange pinstriping on the hood and down the side. Its a great color combination and has a great shine to it. Up front, the grill carries on the family resemblance with other Jeeps, although it is much wider and is beveled across the center. A heavy-duty front bumper is painted gray with rubber step treads and heavy duty tabs welded to it. There is a roll bar just behind the cab and the bed has been spray lined. Jeep is embossed into the tailgate and another heavy-duty bumper has a trailer hitch as well as two chrome exhaust tips peeking out from under it. Open the door and you will find a comfortable interior with a couple nice features. A beefy 4-spoke steering wheel feels good in your hands and gives you a firm grip on the wheel even during tough going. There is a Sun Pro tach mounted on the steering column and behind it is a stock dashboard with the speedometer in the center and the engine gauges off to either side of it. An auxiliary water temp gauge is mounted under the vents for the air conditioning system that sure is nice on those hot summer days and a Hurst shifter for the manual transmission rises out of the floor within easy reach. A Kenwood FM/CD stereo has been added for your listening pleasure and the vinyl bench seat is in good shape and comfortable for heading across town or cross country. A full rubber mat on the floor means you dont have to worry about muddy boots and there is even a gun rack in the back window for your convenience. Under the hood you will find a healthy 360 cubic inch motor nestled down in a neat and clean engine bay. A chrome air topper sits on an Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock chrome valve covers add a splash of flash to the engine bay too. The exhaust flows out through a true dual exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers to those chrome tips at the rear. There are signs of good regular maintenance with all the hoses and belts being in good condition as well as tune up items like the cap and plug wires looking fresh. Power flows back through a 4-speed manual trans and the 4WD transfer case to solid axles front and rear mounted on leaf springs. Power front disc brakes provide good stopping power and those 33X12.50 Mastercraft Courser MXT tires are mounted on deep dish, multi spoke alloy wheels. Good looking, capable, and not a truck you see every day. Come on down and check it out.
Do you ever want to go explore the road less traveled? Head down a dirt road out in the woods, or explore the outer reaches of a park system, and yet need a nice driving vehicle to get you around town or to work until you can get away? Then this CJ7 might be the vehicle you need. It can take you to work during the week, and take you as far away from it as possible on the weekend. This is one sharp looking Jeep in its glossy Black paint and proudly proclaims itself as a Renegade in silver script on the hood. Silver stripes also grace the nose of the hood and run along the rocker panels, and Jeep is highlighted in silver on the tailgate. There is plenty of chrome dressing up the CJ too. It starts up front with a chrome grill and headlight bezels along with a push bar bumper with driving lights mounted under the protective hoop and additionally protected by their own brush guards. A bar along the rockers has a rubber step pad to assist in getting up and inside and there is another stout chrome bumper out back with a trailer receiver built in. A few extra splashes of chrome appear on the hinges and side mirrors and a brand new Bestop bikini top offers some protection from the sun and the rain. Step up inside and you will find a nicely redone Gray interior. It is super clean looking with a stainless dashboard under the black upper dash pad. In usual Jeep fashion, everything except for the headlight switch is mounted in the center. There is a row of switches for the wipers and ventilation system along the left side and six white faced Autometer gauges for the speedo, tach, oil pressure, water temp, voltage and fuel gauge off to the right with an Alpine FM/CD player mounted under them for your listening pleasure. The high back bucket seats have been reupholstered with Bestop seat covers. There is a nice lockable center console with a padded armrest and cup holders, and the passenger side gets a chrome grab handle. Padded roll bars not only look good but will be appreciated by your back-seat passengers who also get their own cup holders at the back of the console and newer carpeting throughout keeps things comfortable. Pop the hood on this Jeep and you will find a completely stock, tried and true, 258 in line 6-cylinder engine. While this Jeep is capable of taking you about anywhere you want to go, its obvious that this one has seen primarily road duty. There are signs of good routine maintenance of the belts, hoses and tune up items as well as a new battery and master cylinder. Even the flex duct directing air to the filter housing is in great condition. The power it makes is sent back through a 4-speed manual transmission and transfer case and also in tried and true Jeep fashion, is sent to solid axles front and rear mounted on leaf springs. Front disc brakes and power steering assure good stopping ability as well as easy maneuverability and the rubber meets the road through 31X10.50R15LT Goodyear Wrangler tires mounted on steel, alloy style wheels. A stylish around town CJ7 Renegade that can get you out of town and as far away from work as you wish on the weekends. Come on down and check it out.