Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1977 Jeep CJ5 has been given investments for plenty of added ruggedness. And as you take a closer look at this V8-powreerd 4x4, you'll see that the investments in strength also add a ton of style.
The paint on the body instantly grabs your attention, because it isn't really paint. Instead, this is covered in the same gray liner coating that's usually reserved for protecting truck beds. Not only does it look cool, but it's quite a thoughtful application. That's why the fenders are done in the same coating, but finished in black. It looks nice against the gray body, and it's particularly well-coordinated when the newer black soft top and doors are in place. There's plenty more of that tough go-anywhere Jeep spirit in places like the lifted suspension and fabricated steel brush guard. Plus, you even have room for a bit of brightwork within this function on places like the bright tubular rear bumper, side mirrors, and Mickey Thompson polished 15-inch wheels.
The interior continues this robust and upgraded attitude. You have useful features, like the cup holder center console that doubles as a lockbox with the AM/FM/CD stereo. And the custom dash has cool CJ5 logos cut out for the speaker grilles. You have high-back bucket seats, seatbelts, a padded roll bar, and a tilt steering column. The shifter has a cool fragmentation grenade (non-operational) for a topper, and the dash is full of all the essential gauges you need for when you're enjoying this Jeep to the fullest.
You'll love lifting the hood just to show off the bold copper-colored block. And you can also see they built this V8 correctly. It includes the upgraded Gilmer pulley system, steel braided hoses, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fans. This 304 cubic-inch V8 fires up strong with a muscular rumble. And this built sound is also aided by the headers feeding those side pipes. The three-speed manual transmission feeds the two-speed transfer case and seriously beefy axles at both ends. And those BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/As have a deep tread for proper 4x4 work. And the power brakes with discs up front are nice no matter if you're on the street or trail.
This CJ has a ton of appeal. The sale even comes with the rear seat and rear tire carrier if you so desire. So it's a stacked deal on a truly rugged Jeep. Call today!!!
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