800 Derita Road, Ste. A
A cool icon meets rarity, 4x4 prowess, an A/C interior, and plenty of flair in this 1981 Jeep CJ8 Scrambler.
The Scrambler is one of those Jeeps that everyone likes to see. It takes the iconic lines of the CJs and gives it the longest body of the series. While the looks are unmistakably Jeep, it is also rarer than the CJ5s and CJ7s. It's this distinction that also explains where there has been plenty of investments in this one. It has a bright application of yellow that has the kind of gloss and shine that will make you instantly stand out on the street or trail. And all that black trim goes great with the black steel wheels. As the truck of Jeeps, this one has very versatile upgrades like the fog lights, large side steps, trailer hitch, wood bedrails, and tubular bumpers w/integrated brush guard up front.
The black and yellow continues inside, which is exactly what you want. After all, since the hardtop and doors are removable, you get a great color coordinated package no matter how much you decide to share this Jeep with the world. The driver and passenger get bucket seats that are covered in newer application of a nearly bulletproof vinyl. In between is an armrest center console that also has the welcomed addition of cup holders. The controls are laid out exactly how you want them. You get a grippy classic Jeep wheel, the gearstick is an easy reach, and there's a short stalk floor shifter for the four-wheel drive. Plus, gauges and upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo are clustered in the center of the dash. You might have also notice the air conditioning vents installed blow the dash. It makes this one of the most comfortable CJs you can get your hands on right now.
Under the hood is the correct 258 cubic-inch (4.2-liter) inline six. These motors have been mainstays in the Jeep family so it makes plenty of power and torque to keep you running on the trail. Of course, the 4x4 capability with two-speed transfer case is exactly what you want in any off-road situation. Plus, the control of the four-speed manual transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes are great to have no matter if you're on Main Street of blazing your own path.
This turn-key Scrambler grabs attention wherever it goes, and since it's a go-anywhere classic Jeep, we know it will be going out of our showroom quickly. Call now!
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