This 1982 Jeep CJ5 seems to get it right in the places you really want it. It has the mean all-black look of a rugged 4x4, an outdoor-ready interior, and a proper Jeep powerhouse under the hood.
Black is always an awesome color on a mean machine like this. But there's something more going on here, too. There's a level of thoughtfulness within the intimidation. For example, the black paint has a good gloss that comes from later application in life. It attracts attention out on a sunny day at the lake, and the driver quality finish is also fit for carefree outdoor use. The black also coordinates with rugged pieces like fender flares, roll bar, front bumper, diamond plate doors, diamond plate rockers, and double rear bumper with a trailer hitch. Even the wheels are done in black, and the full-size spare tire on the back looks like it has never touched the pavement. All this black is accented with crisp silver Renegade graphics, chrome grille, and chrome tubular side steps for the right kind of Jeep flair.
CJs were made to be outdoors, and so this one gets the style right. There are durable seat covers, including front buckets with proper shoulder belts. You not only have those durable diamond plate doors, but also a bikini top to keep the sunshine off your shoulders. There are the right comforts in place. The armrest center console has cup holders, and there's also a locking center section in case you want to leave phone or wallet in this CJ when you head into town. And the AM/FM radio has Bluetooth, and it's a marine-grade unit so you can still hose out the interior without worrying about the radio. And the grippy steering wheel and tall shifter give you a commanding driving position.
Under the hood is the unmistakable look of a long tradition in Jeep power. The inline-six is a sturdy Jeep powerhouse, and this 258 cubic-inch unit is the correct engine for the vehicle, but this one has receipts showing it's a fresh block installed in 2014. The overall package has the tidy look of a solid investment, and the way this one runs proves it's made to get to work. Jeeps are off-road kings, so the four-speed manual transmission is linked to a two-speed transfer case for true 4x4 ability. The lift kit gives the suspension plenty of travel when it really counts, and the Eldorado MTZ Sports all-terrain tires are engineered to find traction on any surface. Stopping is also well in hand with front disc brakes.
Complete with build receipts, this is a thoughtful and rugged package made for those who want to enjoy their Jeep to the fullest...and even want to look good rolling through town, too. Call today!!!