This 1986 Jeep CJ7 has one of the best color combos around, and it really shows it off to the fullest. Plus, with everything from thoughtful interior details to a fuel-injected motor upgrade, you can see how this is the classic 4x4 that delivers more.
The yellow paint is an attractive way to stand out, and its vibrant look that seems like it could even glow in the dark! It's a more recent application as part of a comprehensive restoration that happened about 2,800 miles ago. So there's a radiant style that comes from a quality investment. There are even good fundamentals, like tight body lines, fresh rubber around the glass, polished mirrors, and newer brake lights. Plus, the soft top and doors have a snug fit of newer pieces that were installed correctly. The black of the roof looks awesome against the bold yellow. It also joins the other black pieces like the steel front bumper with tow hooks, Renegade-style fender flares, side steps, 16-inch wheels, and rear bumper with tow hitch, and full-size spare on a swing-away mount. It makes for a very versatile package with an almost two-tone kind of style. The result is quite a handsome CJ where you'll still take it off-road, but you'll also look for opportunities for people to see you roll through town.
As good as this looks with the top in place, a true Jeep is meant to be open to the world. That's why the dark accents return inside. It's also easy to spot plenty of fresh components like seat covers, dash pad, liner sprayed floor, and the bright aluminum dash. High-back front bucket seats, shoulder belts, a grippy sports steering wheel, and upgraded gauges keep this quite practical. But you've also got a lockbox center console that has everything from cup holders to a Kenwood AM/FM CD player with USB and Bluetooth. So you know this was made for good all-around fun.
Under the hood is an interesting upgrade. This is a 4.3-liter V6 that earned a powerful reputation on GM trucks like the Chevy S-10. So you get a displacement larger than what Jeep was offering in 1986, and at the same time, there still is a robust reputation. This is even a throttle body fuel-injection model. They also upgraded this further with a newer fuse panel, an electric fan, and a large aluminum radiator. So this is a Jeep that was upgraded for true use. You have full control over the motor thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. Plus, features like front disc brakes and the newer tires are handy for every time you're behind the wheel.
Bold, useful, and absolutely awesome - there's a lot to love about this CJ7. So you're going to want to hurry up if you want to take this one home. Call today!!!