213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
Four-wheel drive surefootedness, combined with plenty of potent V8 propulsion - now that's a combo we can get behind! This 1976 Jeep CJ7 is a well-turned out all terrain workhorse with all the power you'll need for motoring through rough terrain, surmounting obstacles or simply just pushing you back in your seat. It's got great curb appeal, too, with some well-placed exterior add-ons combining with sizable aftermarket tires to get a good grip on whatever the path ahead may bring.
The CJ7 model holds the distinction of being the first iteration of the Jeep specifically modified with the frequent driver in mind, but those changes came with no compromise to its renowned, rugged looking form and this '76 has been refreshed with a very sharp blue exterior that's carrying the right components for vigorous activity, including a pair of KC fog lights that are perched on the extended front bumper and a full towing hookup. It's got a noticeable lift that strikes a good balance of providing ample ground clearance when veering off the asphalt without yielding too harsh a ride in more commonly encountered driving situations and a pair of sidepipes really amplify its action-oriented presence. With their more substantial side cutouts, CJ7s accommodate actual hard-shell doors and there are a pair included to combine with the bikini top to create a more sheltered driving environment when called for.
Inside the cabin, everything's ready for action. A pair of fresh black vinyl buckets sit in place of the original seating and the bench in back has been refreshed as well. Surrounding both of them is a tub floor and sides that are protected by spray-in bed liner that, despite having been applied quite a while back, is still getting the job done. This Jeep is now navigated via an added GT Grant steering wheel and the dash area beyond appears very solid, with a collection of gauges that all function as intended and sit behind clear lenses. The recess at the center of the dash stands by waiting for you to add your chosen audio equipment to provide your personal soundtrack while behind the wheel. A beefy roll cage dressed in matching black fabric surrounds the entire cabin to provide plenty of protection during more spirited motoring.
Lift the hood and you'll find a 350 cubic inch V8 holding court in the engine compartment, offering substantially more displacement than most engines this CJ7's counterparts feature. It's been armed with a 4-barrel Edelbrock carb and intake manifold and receives an optimum spark courtesy of the added HEI ignition. The engine is an eager performer - it starts up quickly and pulls strong as it teams with a smooth-shifting 3-speed automatic TH350 transmission. Up front, a sizable aluminum radiator is accompanied by an electric fan to keep temperatures down during more demanding driving conditions. When you factor in this ride's substantial wheel clearance with its easily-activated Quadratrack 4-wheel drive feature and its set of 15" Eagle Alloy wheels wearing substantial 35X12.5R15LT Mickey Thompson mud tires, its capabilities on rough terrain are outstanding, while smooth power steering and power brakes that include discs up front provide good road manners around town. Despite this vehicle's penchant for venturing off the beaten path, its undercarriage appears plenty solid.
Looking sharp and ready for action, this 1976 Jeep CJ7 has fun written all over it. Call today!
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