Engine Size
5.0 Liter V8
Transmission Type
Body Style
Body Color
Jamaican Beige
Interior Color


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This 1982 Jeep Scrambler (CJ-8) spent most of its life in California before going to Idaho in 2014 when the original owner moved. This Scrambler is extremely clean rust free and it has had a lot of upgrades along the way to make it what it is now. We purchased from the 2nd owner who lived in South Dakota. The body on this CJ-8 is super nice and in excellent original condition. We found no evidence of rust, rust repair, or patches anywhere. The original paint (we think it is all original) is also still really nice and gives it a great cool factor. The color is jamaican Beige. The last owner did install new Scrambler Decals when he purchased it because the original ones were in rough shape. The underside is so nice on this Jeep and still has most of the original paint underneath. The frame is perfect with no patches. It recently had a brand new soft top installed and this rig has the factory chrome grille and side moldings too. The interior is very stock looking with the exception of the locking center console. It is mostly original with the exception of the new seats and the 3rd row seat addition. It will seat 6 people comfortably and maybe 7. The dash and dash pad are original and in good condition and all of the lights and gauges work including the clock and factory tach. Door Panels are also original and still in nice condition.

Mechanically this Jeep is excellent. It has had a lot of nice mechanical upgrades along the way. It was repowered with a 5.0L V8 Engine from a 1991 Mustang GT. They professionally installed factory Fuel Injection for ease of running and this thing runs amazing. The swap was done in California where it passed emissions in 2013. It had around Jeep 117K miles on it when the swap was done and it now has around 121K on it. Unsure how many miles are on the engine, but we found no red flags with it. When they did the swap they upgraded the radiator to an Aluminum Be Cool and also stainless headers and new exhaust. The transmission is also from that 1991 Mustang and it is an Automatic with OD and it still retains the original Jeep Dana 300 Transfer Case. The suspension is all newer parts and that includes a 2 Inch Spring Lift with HD Greasable Shackles, new shocks, stainless brake lines, sway bar disconnect , HD Spring Pads, New AGR Steering Box and Support Bracket, 31 Inch Tires on Aluminum Rims and a matching spare. Overall this is a Sweet Scrambler that runs and drives as good as it looks. The cool factor is the fact that you have a Vintage looking Jeep with some nice V8 Power.

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