This 1983 Jeep CJ7 Renegade is a very clean and original Survivor from the State of California. Rust Free Jeeps with original paint and Original metal like this are very rare and hard to find. From what we can see this is both. The paint, decals and metal all look original....a very cool find. This Jeep also has some nice modifications and it runs and drives great!!! The body is in excellent original condition with some nice patina on it which is really cool. There are no rust issues with this Jeep and the underside is also really really clean. You can still see original paint in the wheel wells. The interior is pretty basic and they had the floors rhino lined at some point for ease of cleanup and longevity. It has aftermarket front and rear seats, Factory Roll Bar, and all of the lights and gauges are working. It has a cool Vintage Style Warn 8274 Winch, a Hi-Lift Jack mounted on the hood, and bigger wheels and tires. It also comes with Bikini Top and Soft Doors.
Mechanically this Jeep is solid. It runs and drives great and the last owner kept it mechanically sound. The body has a lot of miles on it, but according to him the engine is rebuilt (it does have a rebuild tag on it), but no receipts. The engine starts easily and holds great oil pressure. As stated earlier it runs great! They also added Mopar Performance Fuel Injection to it as well which is really nice yo have. It has a 5 Speed Manual Transmission, DANA 20 Rear Axle and DANA 30 Front Axle. It also has a newer 4 Inch Spring Lift with HD Shackles, new shocks, new stainless brake lines, and newer wheels and tires. Tires are 33 X 12.50 X 15.
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