1984 Jeep Cj 7, Light Roll, Needs Repair on 2040-cars
Bennington, Nebraska, United States
1984 Jeep CJ 7. Jeep had a light slow side roll over once and landed on all 4 tires. I bought the Jeep this way and will restore it if it doesn't sell. I will try to represent Jeep as honest as possible, but keep in mind it will need some work before it is road worthy. It is a project, but well worth it. 258 6 cylinder with 4 speed. Still starts runs and drives great and everything is operational including 4 wheel drive. Everything works as it should including the gauges. Has lockouts on front end. Very clean undercarriage. 141,397 miles. Power steering and brakes. Best top soft top and doors were not damaged in roll over and are in very good shape with no tears and clear windows. No hardtop, black soft top and soft doors only, top of doors can be removed so you can have half doors. Factory light brown high back bucket seats with Best top replacement seat covers are in very good shape with no tears or wear marks, back seat is good also. Factory aluminum side trim, peeling red paint on them, and factory steps. Detachable faceplate Sony CD player with external port. Locking hood lock, locking glove box and locking gas cap, have keys for all those locks. Swing out spare tire carrier. Has tailgate with embossed Jeep logo. Renegade steering wheel. Jeep has very minimal surface rust with solid body, floors and frame. Factory original paint on interior floor boards, firewall and inner fenders, and underneath fenders and undercarriage. Factory original unmodified motor and drive train. Missing some smog equipment but this does not affect the way it runs. Starts runs and drives excellent. Brakes work like new. It will probably need a new key ignition switch as I noticed you can start it without the key and you can remove the key once it's started, tumblers probably worn out. Spent most its life in Texas and Virginia. The guy I bought it from owned it for over 10 years.Well maintained and garaged most it's life. I recently purchased it as a project, but like most, I have too many projects so I thought I'd offer it for sale before I start working on it. 4 inch body lift with decent 32" B F Goodrich All Terrain TA tires and painted silver factory Jeep wheels. Over $ 683.00 spent on brakes before accident including new master cylinder, 2 new front brake calipers and pads, 2 new front brake lines and bleed entire brake system. I have receipt from mechanics shop for brake work. Original color on Jeep was light almond as seen on the firewall, interior floor boards and undercarriage. Most the damage was done to the front fenders, hood and windshield frame and cowl, and there are some wrinkles on sides of body that will need to be straightened out. The back of the jeep has minor damage. It will need need front bumper, 2 front fenders, hood, hood hinges and locks, windshield and windshield frame, windshield hinges, some cowl repair, new passenger mirror, 4 fender flares although I think the 2 rear flares can be repaired, and misc body work and paint. The windshield frame is bent back and there is a 2" x 4" holding the windshield frame forward. I did this so I could show the top. Could be a fun inexpensive project. There appears to be no frame damage, again this was a very light slow rollover. Clean and clear Nebraska title in my name. Clean Car Fax. Too good of a Jeep to part out. Very good value for the money. No leaks and does not smoke. I have right and left good used fiberglass front fenders and a steel hood that could be purchased for an additional cost. These items are not included in the sale price of this Jeep. I reserve the right to end auction early as it is for sale locally as well. I will try to help to arrange shipping if needed but shipping will be the buyers expense in addition to vehicle cost. If you have any questions or need more detailed pictures please let me know. You are more than welcome to inspect in person and I would encourage that. It will be sold as is with no warranty. These CJs are getting harder to find in original condition with little to no rust. Thank you for your interest.
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Chernoby maintains that the issues being encountered aren't unusual for the launch of a new vehicle - particularly one with a new powertrain - and he downplayed the delay, telling Jeep dealers that they "will have ample inventory of the midsize SUV by fall." Among the kinks being worked out? Calibrating the Cherokee's cutting-edge ZF nine-speed automatic transmission and refining assembly line tasks to make the process more efficient.
Chrysler expects to start building retail-ready versions of the Cherokee around mid-June, with official sales slated to start in September.
Challengers come and challengers go, but the Jeep Wrangler continues to push forward even after vehicles like the Toyota FJ Cruiser and the entire Hummer brand have been shut down. Now GMC reportedly wants to take a stab at the quintessential Jeep, as well.
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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.