800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1985 Jeep CJ7 has an instant appeal of a great color combination, classic 4x4 style, the right upgrades, and it's all offered for an obtainable price.
The CJ, and this one in particular, has a timeless look. After all, silver is always in fashion, especially if it was applied with a professional hand. The ghost flames on the hood add personality for those looking at this enough to catch the subtle flair. Up front there's a tubular Steel Horse bumper, and the rear has a practical trailer hitch. These go nicely with other black elements, like the fender flares and newer Bestop soft top. We all know black and silver is a color combo that never goes out of style.
Jeeps are meant to be out in the elements. That's why the interior continues the black and silver theme to remain just as attractive when open to the world. In fact, this one was built for those who never want to keep the top on. That's why you have features like the liner paint on the floor, durable vinyl seating, and a locking center console in case you need to keep some items secure. Even when you take this 4x4 deep into the wilderness, you're never really roughing it, thanks to nice upgrades like cup holders and an AM/FM/CD stereo w/Bluetooth.
Under the hood is the long block that gives the unmistakable look of the best in Jeep power. The 4.2-liter inline six is a motor that was so popular, it outlived the CJ series. This one has been treated correctly. So it fires up nicely, and it delivers the kind of torque that secures the CJ7's go-anywhere reputation. Also delivering on this off-road stature is the two-speed 4x4 transfer case that feeds two beefy axles. But the appeal of a classic Jeep is more than just about nature. When it's time to just enjoy an in-town trip, this has the right anytime driving features, like power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and a versatile four-speed manual transmission.
You would need to look at the title to know this vehicle has a salvage title but that just means the savings is past on to you. Jeep's go-anywhere reputation means looking good going to the campsite and looking goo going to dinner downtown. This one delivers on it all. Call now!
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