614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Here's a bold-looking 4x4 with V8 power and a terrific price. So you know this 1976 Jeep CJ5 is the right kind of machine for those who love the off-road lifestyle.
This Jeep looks the part of a confident off-road machine. The correct Sienna Orange is a nice Renegade color that retains a good look to be an instant stand-out at the shops or at the campsite. Plus, you have other Renegade features, like the fender flares and a roll bar. The front end was upgraded with a grille guard, headlight stone guards, tow hooks, and KC lights on the chrome push bar. That means you put an attractive and capable face forward. The new black 15-inch wheels go nicely with the fender flares. They also coordinate with handy features in the rear, like the full-size spare and steel cargo basket. So for those who like their Jeeps to have the look of ability, this one really gets it right.
This CJ has more nice features, like soft doors and a bikini top to keep the sunshine off your shoulders. They all coordinate with the exterior's black accents for a well-done look. And you may have noticed that the roll bar is an upgraded unit that extends to the windshield line. The front bucket seats have a nice look and a classic feel. Plus, there are nice driver upgrades, like a grippy Grant GT steering wheel, upgraded gauges, and a floor Hurst shifter.
The 304 cubic-inch V8 is the correct spec for this Jeep, and it's even believed to be the original powerhouse. These AMC motors have a reputation for robustness, and the way this one runs strong reaffirms its status. This V8 also exhales with authority as long tube headers feed the growling side pipes. The three-speed manual transmission gives you proper control no matter if you're on the street or trail. And when you do take this one off-road, the short wheelbase, Wild Country tires, and two-speed 4x4 transfer case combine to deliver that true Jeep go-anywhere prowess.
This has the look of a cool and serious Jeep, and it feels that way behind the wheel, too. Call today!!!
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