• Stock:

    2409-ATL

  • Engine Size:

    258 CI - Inline 6

  • Transmission Type:

    4 Speed Manual

  • Body Color:

    Dark Brown Metallic

  • Miles:

    188,819 (Unknown)

  • Location:

    Atlanta, Georgia

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4.2L INLINE SIX, 4-SPEED MANUAL, 4-INCH LIFT, MOSER AXLES, DETROIT LOCKER, 4.88

How could you possibly go wrong with a Jeep CJ7? You're never out of place from the Hamptons to a rock crawling get together in Mississippi. This 1984 example is in a rich dark brown with a caramel interior and gold decals, and it runs as good as it looks!

It looks black in photos, but that super deep rootbeer paint shimmers when you see it in person. Overall, it fairly screams its off-road credentials. Front and back there are custom bumpers with the front housing a triangular tow bar and massive 8000-pound winch. Bestop extra wide wheel flares give the Jeep a wider track and a massive attitude adjustment. Polished stainless windshield and door hinges and mirrors break up the dark color. A newer full soft top is in great shape with clear plastics in all openings. This is an imposing package!

You could say the interior has a softer side, but it's still fairly hardcore in here. Freshly recovered, the caramel vinyl seat covers match the clean dash and look great with the exterior. They're comfortable, do a great job keeping you upright on the trail, and match the cool center console. There's a Pioneer AM/FM/CD player for tunes, too, so you're not bored in traffic. The floors are coated in Rhino Lining for super easy cleanup-you could literally take it through a car wash after you're done playing in the mud! A four-point roll bar keeps you safe and looks super tough.

Under the hood is a 4.2-liter inline six, as reliable as time itself. Tons of torque, tolerance to any fuel you run through it, and virtually no maintenance make this engine a legend that Jeep used for more than 25 years. There's a cool finned aluminum valve cover and chrome air cleaner on top of a Weber two-barrel carb for appearance and power, a fresh tune up and a recent battery in the corner. Manual disc brakes slow your progress while power steering mercifully makes turning the big meats possible. It's tidy, not over the top and clean...just right for an off roader. The chassis is where it's at in a climber, and the right parts are in the right places. Breaking on the trail sucks, so there are heavy duty replacements wherever you can put them. Moser axles and a Detroit Locker are in the rear, along with a set of 4.88 gears for climbing over Priuses in the parking lot, while a Lock-Rite diff is up front, with custom heavy-duty driveshafts sending power from the stock 4-speed manual and transfer case. A beefy Pro Comp steering stabilizer and a steering box reinforcement bar keep you on the right path and Terraflex shackles are in their places front and rear. Braided high performance brake lines won't burst under pressure and definitely improve brake response. A Flowmaster muffler adds just the right amount of sound without being annoying. The four inch lift kit from Explorer Pro Comp, massive 15x10 American Racing aluminum wheels and 35x12.5 inch Procomp Xtreme tires keep you from getting lost in the deep woods or at a car show. Hey-if you get lost, it's your fault and not the Jeep's!

If you've had a CJ, you know what a value this one is. If you've never had one, you know you want one. It's that simple-take this one to your favorite trails and call today!

Features

AM/FM Radio, Defrost, Front Disc Brakes, Heat, Manual Convertible Top, Power Steering, Vinyl Interior, Seatbelts

Documentation

Drivetrain

Engine Size
258 CI - Inline 6
Transmission Type
4 Speed Manual

Body

Body Or Basic Color
Dark Brown Metallic
Body Style
Jeep
Doors
2

Basic

Year
1984
Make
Jeep
Miles
188,819 (Unknown)

Interior

Interior Or Basic Color
Tan
Seating Type
Bucket
Seat Material
Vinyl
Shifter Type
Floor
Center Console
Yes

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