- Engine Size
- 2.5 Liter
- Transmission Type
- 4 Speed Manual
- Body Style
- Body Color
- Almond Beige
- Interior Color
1985 JEEP CJ7. RUST FREE ARIZONA JEEP WITH LOW MILES!
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This 1985 Jeep CJ-7 spent its life in Arizona and it shows. It is a very clean and very original rust free Jeep and it is hard to find all metal, original, rust free Jeeps like this. It appears to have been very well cared for. The body on this CJ is excellent and the metal appears to be all original. The paint is Almond Beige and it also looks original from what we can tell. It is still in good condition. There are no rust issues with this Jeep and there never have been. The underside is also really nice and clean and the soft top is a new Best Top. The original Almond interior has the CJ imbedded on the seats and it is still in awesome original condition. The seats, carpet, dash, dash pad are all original and in excellent shape. This is an unmolested interior that has not been butchered. All of the lights, gauges, wipersd, and heat work. The horn is inop.
Mechanically this Jeep starts, runs, and drives very nice. The engine is believed to be the original 2.5 Liter that has a fresh tune-up, Carb Rebuild, and electronic ignition added. It is very stock and original looking under the hood with the exception of the MSD Box. The transmission is the T4 4-Speed Manual and it shifts nice. It is mated to the Dana 300 Transfer Case and the 4WD works as it should. It has the AMC 20 Rear Axle and the Dana 30 front Axle and they both have 3.54 Gears. This is all sitting on a nice set of Weld Wheels with All Terrain Tires. This would make a fun toy for someone!!!
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