Exterior Color: Orange
Interior Color: Tan
Trim: Golden Eagle
Number of Cylinders: 8
Drive Type: 4WD
You are looking at a 1977 Jeep CJ5 Golden Eagle in excellent condition. This is a southern jeep so it has no rust. We put a fresh orange paint job on the jeep that looks amazing and the new golden eagle decal kit. It has new Carpet, seats, and wheels wrapped in wild country tires with very good tread. This Jeep is a real head turner that looks incredible. The Jeep runs very good and sounds great with the side pipe and header exhaust. It drives good too, not all over the road like most jeeps. I do have a factory style top brand new in the box I could sell to go with the Jeep too if someone wants to purchase it to go with the Jeep. In the state of Georgia they do not require you to have a title on 1986 or older vehicles. I have the form showing this to be true and have the form where to sheriffs office inspected the jeep to get a tag, all you need to get a title in a different state is bill of sale and tag receipt. If you have any questions regarding no title or anything to do with the Jeep feel free to give me a call or message me.If you have any questions please call Charlie at (706)969-1863. If you have zero feedback please call before bidding. A $1,000 deposit is required within 24 hours of auction ending, and balance due within 7 days. Any payment other than cash must clear my bank before I will release the truck. Truck is for sale locally. Owner reserves the right to end the auction early. Owner is not responsible for shipping. Georgia residents are subject to applicable taxes.
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Auto blogWed, 27 Mar 2013 16:28:00 EST
The all-new 2014 Jeep Cherokee inched its way onto the stage at the New York Auto Show today, proving that at least the "Trail Rated" version of the SUV is more than just a controversial unique odd fresh face in the mid-size segment. After the short, simulated Moab run by the Trailhawk model, the gray four-door was joined on the stage by a burgundy Limited model - the luxurious highway variant.
As a recap, the all-new 2014 Cherokee rides atop a modular Alfa Romeo-derived platform (we know it from the Dodge Dart) and will be offered in both front- and all-wheel drive models with a choice between a 2.4-liter four-cylinder (rated at 184 horsepower) and a new 3.2-liter Pentastar V6 (developing 271 horsepower) engine. A nine-speed automatic is standard and no less than three different all-wheel drive systems are available.
Of the four different models (Sport, Latitude, Limited, and Trailhawk), we like the rugged looks and capabilities offered by the Trailhawk the best. Overlook the red tow hooks and check out its more aggressive wheel/tire package, flared fenders, reduced breakover angle and lack of brightwork in our gallery of live images from the New York show. Skid plates and off-road capable tires round out the package. Read all the details in the official press release below.
With our deep dive and auto show coverage of the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee revealed at the Detroit Auto Show, we brought you as much information as Chrysler would allow us to, but one thing we're still left in the dark about was the pricing. It would seem that Jeep Garage might have the answer for that. The Jeep enthusiast forum claims to have gotten its hands on the ordering and pricing breakdown for the updated Grand Cherokee, and while a Jeep representative has yet to get back to us as to the validity of the site's claim, these preliminary numbers look pretty kosher to us.
In base form, the two-wheel-drive Laredo will reportedly start at $28,795, which is a $1,100 increase over the 2013 model year, and the new Grand Cherokee Summit trim level starts at $47,995 for 4x2 models and $50,995 for the 4x4. Waiting for the new diesel engine? The torquey new 3.0-liter oil-burner will be a $4,500 option on Limited, Overland and Summit 4x4 models, but 4x2 pricing (and availability) are not known. As for the range-topping Grand Cherokee SRT (no longer called the SRT8), this added performance could run you an extra $2,700 with a new starting price of $62,995. More importantly, loaded to the gills with all available options, the 2014 Grand Cherokee SRT will top out at around $72,400 - or around $6,000 more than a fully loaded 2013 GC SRT8.
We'll let you know if the gang over at Jeep get back to us with any confirmation, but until then, head over to Jeep Garage to see the pricing details it has listed.
In the market for a Jeep Grand Cherokee or Dodge Durango? Well, if you fancy a more expressive color for your new SUV, you'd better get your order in, or plan on waiting until well into 2015.
The SUVs will be limited to just four monochromatic shades - black, white, silver and gray - until at least February, thanks to an upgrade to the paint shop at the two vehicles' Jefferson North factory. For the Grand Cherokee, that means it's losing more than half its color palette while the Durango is dropping two-thirds of its color catalog.
The loss of colors is inconvenient, but the upgrade will have a slightly bigger effect on the overall supply of SUVs, as Chrysler will need to end its relentless build pace at the factory for a three-week shutdown starting on December 22. The good news for fans of the SUVs is that once the work is completed, we should see a gradual expansion of the color palettes for both the Durango and Grand Cherokee, beyond even what's offered now.