Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
V8 power, the right rugged upgrades, and a proper 4x4 prowess make this 1976 Jeep CJ7 such a hot ticket. While this has an aggressive and upgraded nature, it keeps the right amount of vintage appeal, too.
The full package of this Jeep is attractive, but everything about it goes towards the heart of a proper CJ that should be ready to hit the trail the moment the mood strikes you. This upgraded red had a bright style that\'s also not afraid of any low-hanging tree branches. But what makes this one so attractive is that the brightness is balanced with a rugged dark side. Up front, you have the black tubular front bumper with brush guard and Warn 8,000 lbs. winch. The sides have Renegade-style fender flares, tubular step bars, and dark 15-inch wheels with big Mickey Thompson off-road tires. And the rear continues the useful dark features with pieces like the rear bumper with a trailer hitch and a robust swing-away mount for a full-size spare.
The same red and black theme continues inside, and this level of uniform style inside and out really lets you know this one was made to be open to the world. We like how this one mixes vintage pieces with newer elements, like how the classic low-back front bucket seats are custom units that also have holders for the coordinating red seatbelts. This also has the right features for true off-road enjoyment, like a padded roll bar, a grippy sports steering wheel, and a bikini top any time you want to get the sunshine off your shoulders.
Under the hood is the desirable 360 cubic-inch V8. These AMC/Jeep motors have a reputation for robustness, and this is the big V8 that gives you a ton of mud-slinking torque. This hardy powerhouse has also been given good investments. You can spot the newer aluminum radiator, spark plugs, wires, and HEI Davis Unified Ignition. There are even front disc brakes and newer steering components for the power steering. Plus, you are in full control of this V8\'s torque and rumbling soundtrack thanks to the crisp-shifting three-speed manual transmission. And when you do take this one off-road, the short wheelbase, lifted suspension, and deep tread on the Baja Claw tires are all there to work with the two-speed 4x4 transfer case to deliver that true Jeep go-anywhere prowess.
Beefy upgrades, bold packaging, and V8 power - this CJ7 is the right way to enjoy an off-road icon. Call today!!!
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