Engine:360 AMC V8 JEEP
For Sale By:Private Seller
Interior Color: Black
Number of Cylinders: 8
Drive Type: 4x4
Options: 4-Wheel Drive, CD Player
Exterior Color: Red
East Brunswick, New Jersey, United States
For sale is my 1983 JEEP CJ7, this jeep has been fully restored!!! CJ7 was completely restored less hen two years ago restoration only has 1,451 miles. This vehicle has NO RUST anywhere!!! was not off-road NEVER and did not see the snow, just sits in my garage and every once in a while I go for a nice cruise with it. I have over 17k invested, the body is 100% straight was in excellent condition before restoration, some modifications was 3 inch body lift when frame off for restoration, suspension has all been renewed with heavy duty parts or replacement original, has all new heavy duty shocks and absorbers, springs, all tie rods and gearbox are all either new or rebuilt, u-joints, drive shafts all like new. The drivetrain is also all new engine is an AMC original 360 crate engine V8 which is very rare and expensive with eddlebrock carbs, transmission is a 4 speed manual (upgraded from 3 speed original). The rear end was all rebuilt with new gears seals and axles. Jeep has custom exhaust its very nice and loud it goes with the jeep excellent, The CJ7 body style is so desired because of its size and all the possibilities, this one has been modernized to go out with all jeeps from this era and it would keep up with them not only in looks but performance it has ridiculous torque, I have never beaten her up I just have too much invested I feel its too nice, but she has all the right equipment to have fun. Has basically new 35inch tires all the way around, brakes and all other maintenance items are up to date including oil change. Jeep comes with lots of extras I do have a full top, with doors in case you want to use it in inclement weather all is in excellent condition, interior and seats like everything else is like new, has a new sound system, floor is bare has all been lined with proper non slip coating. Has seating for 5, rear seats folds forward to use back as a pickup up truck does have full tailgate. Everything has been redone its ready to be used, needs nothing im just selling so I can have my garage space back and let someone else enjoy it. Clean title in hand and good inspection sticker!!! These jeeps are rare especially with the equipment this one has, this is a NO RESERVE auction highest bidder gets it, just remember all questions and inspections must be asked before bidding, There is a $300 deposit due 24hrs after the auction, and full payment is due within 3 days after the auction, if you need extra time or would like to make arrangements please email me before bidding. Thanks
Just a year after it burst onto the scene, Jeep has already made a pretty substantial addition to its V6-powered Cherokee, which has proven to be an extremely popular seller so far for the brand, adding a new stop-start system for the midsize, off-road-ready CUV.
The addition of stop-start included a few aerodynamic tweaks to the Cherokee's polarizing body, resulting in a wallet-pleasing increase in fuel economy. According to the EPA, the front-drive, V6-powered Jeep will now return 21 miles per gallon in the city and 29 mpg on the highway, up from 19 city and 28 highway. Four-wheel-drive, V6-powered Cherokees, meanwhile, will now return 20 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway, up from 19 mpg in the city and 27 mpg.
With 271 horsepower, 239 pound-feet of torque and these newly enhanced figures, it's refreshing to see a larger, naturally aspirated engine that is still able to take the fight to today's crop of small-displacement, turbocharged four-cylinders.
Automakers the world over are striving to find ways to make their models more efficient, and Chrysler has a solution for some versions of the 2015 Chrysler 200 and 2015 Jeep Cherokee (2014 model shown). The Tigershark 2.4-liter four-cylinder in the 200 and the 3.2-liter Pentastar V6 in the Cherokee are getting a slight boost later this year thanks to the addition of Chrysler's Engine Stop-Start system as standard equipment. The company predicts modest gains - a three-percent improvement in fuel economy and a three percent reduction in CO2 emissions with the new tech compared to without it. While it's not much, those who sit in traffic a lot may see a difference.
Chrysler's stop/start system uses a high-speed starter motor to restart the vehicle in a claimed a third of a second. It works by detecting when the vehicle comes to a stop and turning off the engine. A more powerful battery maintains all of the model's accessories while it sits. When the driver lets off the brake, the car starts up again to drive away. There is even a button in the cabin to turn the ESS off, if desired.
The Jeep will be the first to receive ESS in the third quarter of this year to coincide with the start of production of the 2015 model-year version. The 200 will follow in the fourth quarter as a rolling change in production.
In our First Drive article on the 2014 Jeep Cherokee we said, "our informal and thoroughly unscientific opinion is they're going to sell tons of them. Why? Because it is very good." So far, it appears the public concurs. Of course, it's very early - the new compact utility has logged just one month of confirmed sales, but Larry Vellequette at Automotive News says dealers have told him that the second month of sales will be even better, a message that mirrors what we've heard from company execs.
In its first, severely truncated month on sale, the Cherokee sold 579 units. With all of November to play with, though, dealers moved 10,169 of them - compared to 11,753 Wranglers and 14,798 Grand Cherokees. That helped propel Jeep to a 30-percent year-on-year improvement for the month, Chrysler Group to a 16-percent improvement and the group's 44th consecutive month of sales growth, exceeding analyst expectations in posting its best November numbers since 2007.
If it can just keep replicating the its first month of sales, the finalist in North American Truck of the Year voting will smoke the trade done by the outgoing Liberty, which didn't break 7,900 units in a month in the last four years of its life (and normally didn't get close to even that). In March this year, Chrysler said it wants to build 250,000 Cherokees in its Toledo assembly plant for global sales. It's early yet, but with second-month sales quoted as being as "strong as death," the bookies might be resetting the odds.