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馃ぉ1981 Jeep CJ-7 has been thoroughly restored and is completely customized with many aftermarket parts. This one-of-a-kind Jeep is currently in the process of being reupholstered with black leather all around (new pics coming soon) and comes with a custom appraisal report by Central Florida Auto Appraise indicating a replacement value of $180,000. You don鈥檛 want to miss this opportunity on this silver stunner of a Jeep!

Exterior:
  • 20脳12 Fuel D536 Maverick deep lip chrome wheels
  • 37X14.5 BF Goodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM3 tires
  • Custom paint with Diamond base and clear coat
  • Complete carbon fiber hood
  • All LED exterior lighting with front light bar and 2 cowl drop lights
  • Electronic retractable step bars by AMP Research
  • Custom front and rear bumpers with lights and D-Rings
Drive Train:
  • GM 5.7L/350 motor with FiTech Fuel Injection
  • 700R4 transmission
  • Dana 300 transfer case
  • Custom 2.5 exhaust with stainless steel Magnaflow mufflers
  • 4-inch Rancho suspension lift
  • Front suspension spring reversal
  • 3-inch body lift
Interior:
  • Vintage air conditioning system
  • Corbeau High-Back front seats
  • Corbeau Fold & Tumble rear seat
  • Stainless steel seat bases
  • Custom handmade dash for optimal gauge placement for driver
  • Dakota Digital gauges
  • Custom center console with shifter
  • Retro Sound Apache AM/FM Radio with USB MP3 Playback
  • Headrest stereo box with dome lighting
  • Momo carbon fiber steering wheel and adapter
Chassis:
  • 4-wheel disc brakes
  • ABS brake system (electric over hydraulic)
  • Entire frame sandblasted; all holes and seams welded; painted silver
  • All brake lines stainless steel
  • Factory Dana front and rear differentials completely rebuilt and powder coated


馃毄 SHOWINGS BY APPT ONLY
馃毄 IF YOU SEE THIS LISTING IT IS STILL FOR SALE
馃毄 ASKING PRICE: $125,000 (Appraised at $180,000, Build value: $220,000)
馃毄 I AM WILLING TO NEGOTIATE OR TRADE
馃毄 CONTACT: [email protected] -or - 4zeroseven-nine2zero-00one1

Location: Longwood, FL 32779
 

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Shouldn't the rear springs be mounted on the bottom bolt of the rear shackle? Also, 37s on Dana30/AMC20 axles?? And why not a spring over instead of 4" suspension and 3" body lift??? Lockers???? Any vibrations from that stubby rear non-CV driveshaft?????
 

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Shouldn't the rear springs be mounted on the bottom bolt of the rear shackle? Also, 37s on Dana30/AMC20 axles?? And why not a spring over instead of 4" suspension and 3" body lift??? Lockers???? Any vibrations from that stubby rear non-CV driveshaft?????
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Man, this thread would already be 10 pages long if this were Pirate in 2010.
Feels like I'm stuck behind a wagon train of 1981 CJ7's on Rubicon waiting for 5 spotters to guide them through the soup bowl bypass while the others set up camp and gather firewood for their 3rd night on the trail.....

"........seasons chaaaaange! time passes byyyyy.....as the weeks become the months become the yearrrrrrs....."
 

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Man, this thread would already be 10 pages long if this were Pirate in 2010.
Feels like I'm stuck behind a wagon train of 1981 CJ7's on Rubicon waiting for 5 spotters to guide them through the soup bowl bypass while the others set up camp and gather firewood for their 3rd night on the trail.....

"........seasons chaaaaange! time passes byyyyy.....as the weeks become the months become the yearrrrrrs....."
i used to be on around oh7 or so. The flame jobs would have been brutal. MEMORiiieeeeesss
 
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