Jeep : Cj Renegade 1984 Jeep Cj7 For Sale $0.00

Jeep : Cj Renegade 1984 Jeep Cj7

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End Time: 2012-07-06T01:11:35.000Z

| Located in Postal Code: 32931

 Too much to list for this modified, always garage kept, 1984 Jeep CJ7. I have receipts for all the work I've had done. The
other stuff is visibly obvious. The Jeep was frame-off restored not too
long ago, but the paint is the only major thing about it I would change.
It doesn't even really need it unless your planning on entering the
Jeep in a show or you want to sink your money into a paint job. The paint still shines up pretty nicely. I keep in the garage and wash/wax it regularly.

Someone before me put a lot of money into it and I have put some into it
as well. I need a truck though. This Jeep has been fun, but I am ready
to move on to another vehicle and let someone else enjoy it. A previous
owner really went through it well. The frame is straight. It was powder
coated and has no rust. The body tub interior was coated with rhino
lining. It has no carpet, just floor mats. No A/C, but is partially set
up for it. They swapped the axles (front Dana 44, rear Dana 60). Both
are very solid and have no leaks. I'm assuming they repaired some rust
by replacing the body panels. They swapped in an engine (87-91 SBC 350
V8) and transmission (TH350). Engine and transmission run strong.

Other items include; Bestop front and rear steats, roll bar with 2x4.25
speakers, and additional audio equipment (two tweeters, two 6x9, two
10"subs, amp, capacitor, marine cd player), Grant steering wheel, custom
horn, security ignition switch, oil temp/oil pressure/voltage gauges
(all work), B&M shifter, coolant reservoir, chrome front and rear
bumpers, chrome side steps, and 15X12.5 bullet hole wheels with BFG M/T
tires.

Things I've done: Bought a matching spare wheel and tire.
Purchased/Painted hard top/steel doors (repainted black this year). Had
all the seals replaced (rear main, transmission and oil pan seals,
transfer case). Had new tires put on up front and performed alignment.
New tie-rod assembly, tie-rod ends, drag-link ends, custom drive-shafts
installed, custom track bar installed, new spark plugs/wires, re-wired
the ground and positive cables going to battery and cleaned up/organized
electrical under the hood, installed security console. Too much to
list. I have all the receipts. This is a good running Jeep.

There are only a few minor things wrong. There is one rust spot on the
rear tailgate, but that's it for rust. Fuel gauge is broke. Right front
turn signal not working. CD player probably needs replacing. The audio
level button (bass, treble, etc..) doesn't work the first time being
pushed, but not necessarily all the time. It's at good settings as is,
so I don't mess with it anyways. The electric could use a run-through as
far as organization goes, but I am just being picky.I also have it listed on Space Coast (FL) craigslist. Just go and search for 1984 CJ7. There are some additional more detailed pictures there. Or just message me and I can easily email you pictures of whatever on the Jeep you want to see. Want to make it clear that I am not trying to hide anything here.

On Jun-29-12 at 04:11:16 PDT, seller added the following information:

 Too much to list for this modified, always garage kept, 1984 Jeep CJ7. I
have receipts for all the work I've had done. The
other stuff is visibly obvious. The Jeep was frame-off restored not too
long ago, but the paint is the only major thing about it I would change.
It doesn't even really need it unless your planning on entering the
Jeep in a show or you want to sink your money into a paint job. The
paint still shines up pretty nicely. I keep in the garage and wash/wax
it regularly.

Someone before me put a lot of money into it and I have put some into it
as well. I need a truck though. This Jeep has been fun, but I am ready
to move on to another vehicle and let someone else enjoy it. A previous
owner really went through it well. The frame is straight. It was powder
coated and has no rust. The body tub interior was coated with rhino
lining. It has no carpet, just floor mats. No A/C, but is partially set
up for it. They swapped the axles (front Dana 44, rear Dana 60). Both
are very solid and have no leaks. I'm assuming they repaired some rust
by replacing the body panels. They swapped in an engine (87-91 SBC 350
V8) and transmission (TH350). Engine and transmission run strong.

Other items include; Bestop front and rear steats, roll bar with 2x4.25
speakers, and additional audio equipment (two tweeters, two 6x9, two
10"subs, amp, capacitor, marine cd player), Grant steering wheel, custom
horn, security ignition switch, oil temp/oil pressure/voltage gauges
(all work), B&M shifter, coolant reservoir, chrome front and rear
bumpers, chrome side steps, and 15X12.5 bullet hole wheels with BFG M/T
tires.

Things I've done: Bought a matching spare wheel and tire.
Purchased/Painted hard top/steel doors (repainted black this year). Had
all the seals replaced (rear main, transmission and oil pan seals,
transfer case). Had new tires put on up front and performed alignment.
New tie-rod assembly, tie-rod ends, drag-link ends, custom drive-shafts
installed, custom track bar installed, new spark plugs/wires, re-wired
the ground and positive cables going to battery and cleaned up/organized
electrical under the hood, installed security console. Too much to
list. I have all the receipts. This is a good running Jeep.

There are only a few minor things wrong. There is one rust spot on the
rear tailgate and some very small spots elsewhere, but that's it for rust. It's not a rust bucket. It has a decent body. I will take some pictures today (29 June 2012) and post them detailing the blemishes. Fuel gauge is broke. Right front
turn signal not working. CD player probably needs replacing. The audio
level button (bass, treble, etc..) doesn't work the first time being
pushed, but not necessarily all the time. It's at good settings as is,
so I don't mess with it anyways. The electric could use a run-through as
far as organization goes, but I am just being picky.I also have
it listed on Space Coast (FL) craigslist. Just go and search for 1984
CJ7. There are some additional more detailed pictures there. Or just
message me and I can easily email you pictures of whatever on the Jeep
you want to see. Want to make it clear that I am not trying to hide
anything here.

On Jun-30-12 at 11:30:12 PDT, seller added the following information:

Uploaded 20 additional pictures.I'd estimate the mileage to be 100-120k on the rebuilt motor and tranny, but I can't back that up. The guy I bought it from told me he thought it had 95k on it when I got it from him, but that's just hearsay. Mileage is unknown, but it really runs like a champ. I'd expect to continue running that way for years if you do the regular maintenance and don't abuse it. It'd easily haul your boat or pull a truck. It has a ton of power and with the dana 60 in the rear, it can haul just about anything.The compression on the motor is good. I've had the radiator flushed a couple of times and flushed all the fluids twice to ensure everything is runs clean. Someone who knew what they were doing custom built the motor. There is a very (and I mean very slight) oil leak coming from the rear main seal area. I have replaced the seal and had it looked at several times. I'm done chasing the leak. It seems to only drip after I take it out for extended period of times, then it barely drips at all after a day of sitting. I let a t-shirt do the work on the garage floor and keep an eye on the oil levels. To let you know how minor the leak is, I never have to add oil between oil leaks. I always use Castrol GTX Synblend 5W30.

On Jun-30-12 at 11:32:40 PDT, seller added the following information:

 Correction. To let you know how minor the leak is, I never have to add oil between oil ***changes***. 🙂

On Jun-30-12 at 11:41:52 PDT, seller added the following information:

 One additional note is that the tires are all BF Goodrich Mud Terrains. The two rear tires have the old tread pattern and the two front tires have the new tread pattern. They all have roughly the same wear (front-%90/rear-%80). I got it with 4 BFG M/T with the old tread and the two front tires were practically bald, so I replaced on the front tires. I also bought a new wheel and BFG M/T for a spare. It would look really good on a swing out spare tire carrier.

Jeep : Cj Renegade 1984 Jeep Cj7

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