This 1986 Jeep CJ-7 is a beautiful rust free Jeep from the State of California and then Arizona. It was treated to a frame-on restoration a few years ago with some tasteful modifications. It is an excellent running and driving Jeep and it is extra clean. The body on this Jeep is all metal and it is really clean and the paint is very nice. We found no evidence of any rust or rust repair anywhere. The tub is extremely clean and it still has the original floors. The frame is also extremely clean as is the rest of the undercarriage. The Hard Doors are very nice and work well. They added nice aftermarket bumpers front and rear with a Warn 9000 xi Winch on the front and rear tire carrier on the back. Interior is very very nice with newer aftermarket seats in the front and the stock seat in the rear. This Jeep has the Roll Cage, Tilt Steering, and 3 Point Seat Belts too!
The engine is a 383 Stroker that was recently rebuilt. It is a GM 350 Roller Block so it has a Roller Cam. It has an Aluminum Intake, Vortec Heads, 9.5:1 Pistons and it runs excellent. The engine was just rebuilt and we have the receipt. It runs a TBI setup so it is Fuel Injected and it also has a custom tuned ECU. This thing has plenty of power and runs awesome! It has Ceramic Coated Headers and 2 into 1 Flowmaster exhaust that sound great! The transmission is a 700R4 Automatic that was also recently rebuilt (have receipt). It has a Dana 300 Transfer Case that was resealed. This Jeep has a 4 Inch all spring lift with HD shackles, new shocks, and the axles have all been gone through. It has newer 33 Inch Tires on some beautiful aluminum rims. Other extras include sway bar disconnects, stainless brake lines, and a 31 gallon Fuel Tank.
This Jeep is super fun to drive and tracks down the road straight. All lights, blinkers, wipers, heat, etc work. We hand pick each vehicle, drive it, inspect it, and make sure it is ready for you to enjoy! We drive what we sell so that we can give you a first hand and accurate report on how the vehicle runs and drives.
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