- Engine Size
- 350 V8
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New Copper Paint - Best Top Soft Top & Doors - Rebuilt Engine, only 1500 miles
Vintage Motorcars is proud to present this beautiful 1984 Jeep CJ7 featuring new professionally laid copper paint, a restored interior, and a rebuilt Chevy V8 means this CJ is a 4x4 with flash AND substance.
You know this off-roader means business the moment you lay eyes on it. The bold copper paint has a great metallic element that tells you there has been some serious investment in this Jeep. But at the same time; it doesn't betray the kind of earthtone that looks great on these trail kings. Plus, there are plenty of features you'll love off-road, including the four-inch lift in the suspension, Smittybilt tube side steps, diamond plate rocker panels, and the heavy-duty bumpers built for towing/hauling. But even with all of this rough-n-ready appearance, this Jeep is also ready for a night on the town. The bright hood pins, mirror mounts, hinges, and Eagle alloy wheels add a touch of class. The full Bestop soft top is a recent addition, which includes the soft doors, have nice crisp, clear windows, and it fits crisp and tight. So, no matter a night amongst the starts or a night on the town, this CJ is ready to impress.
The Jeep experts at Bestop didn't just provide a new top, but underneath their durable material was used to make the seats look new as well. The addition of Bed-Rug floor liners add a nice feeling of comfort to the interior without losing the easy to clean utility (that's especially true with the addition of heavy duty floor mats). When you slip behind the new three-spoke sports steering wheel, the mirrored gauge panel and exterior-matching copper dash give this Jeep a premium feeling. Plus, power steering means this Jeep is easy to maneuver on a night on the town. The large Auto-Meter tach on the steering column should be a clear indication that there is something special under the hood.
For versatile power and limitless upgrade-ability, it's hard to beat the Chevy small block 350 V8. So it's nice to see the upgrade under the hood of this nicely restored Jeep. The nearly bulletproof power plant benefits from the addition of performance components such as an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, Hedman's Elite Ultra-Duty thermal coated headers, and only 1,500 miles on the rebuild. The upgraded V8 and throaty FlowMaster dual exhaust system give this Jeep a hint of muscle car growl. There's even an MSD ignition, aluminum radiator, and electric fan to make sure this upgrade remains faithful and cool out on the trail. CJ7s are the off road kings, so the three-speed automatic transmission is linked to a two-speed transfer case for true 4x4 ability. The ground clearance gives the suspension plenty travel when it really counts, and the General Graber tires are engineered to find traction on any surface. Stopping is also well in hand with front disc brakes.
This Jeep is turnkey ready to hit the trails of a night out on the town. It's the complete package at an affordable price, so hurry up before this deal is gone!!!
The Jeep CJ-7 replaced the low production, long wheelbase Jeep CJ-6 (the civilian version of the M170 ambulance). While more agile on the trail than the CJ-6, the CJ-7 was intended to be a more civilized and luxurious version of the CJ-5. Compared to the CJ-5, it featured a 10-inch longer wheelbase and larger openings for doors that at least could make an effort to seal out the elements and be less awkward for most folks to use and get in and out of the vehicle. The Jeep CJ-7 also had more unified styling than the CJ-5 with the removable hardtop. Part of a drive to be more urban friendly, it was also the first CJ to offer an automatic transmission as an option (the GM Turbo-HydraMatic 400). Also debuting with the TH-400 exclusively was the now famous Quadra-Trac transfer case.
Right out of the gate, it was offered with most of the same options as the CJ-5, which initially were the Renegade and Levi's packages. Of all the trim packages offered on CJs in subsequent years, only the Super Jeep and the 1979 Silver Anniversary weren't available in the CJ-7 (logical, as the latter celebrated the 25th anniversary of the CJ-5). A couple of them were exclusive to the Jeep CJ-7, however, including the Limited (1982-83) and the Jamboree (1982). It's actually quite hard to find a stripped Jeep CJ-7, as most were well equipped.
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- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- 350 V8
- Body Color
- Root Beer
- Body Style
- Interior Color
- Black & Gray
- Center Console