1982 Jeep CJ-7, Currie axles, 5.7 Liter EFI, 700R4 automatic, 4 wheel discs
You are looking at a 1982 Jeep CJ-7 from Arizona with a host of extra upgrades.
Currie 9″ Axles front and rear, 31 spline, Detroit lockers, warn premium hubs, 4 wheel power disc brakes, 4;86 axle ratio these were installed new and driven a little over 3,000 miles. The motor is a GM 5.7 liter EFI mated to a GM 700 R4 overdrive transmission and a dana 300 twin stick filled with tera low 4:1 gear set. This jeep really crawls and with the overdrive transmission cruises down the highway real nice. We have the receipts for the Currie axles along with the build sheets for each. It has a foam filled 20 gallon aluminum fuel cell in the back. It has a Moab extreme heater and built in cb radio, along with driving lights and a heavy duty winch up front. The race inspired bucket seats are extra wide for a larger person. It has power steering with a borgeson steering shaft, and sky jacker hydro shocks. The radio was working when I got the jeep but quit since I put in a new battery, probably something simple. This jeep spent most of its life in Arizona, so its rust free. It was however pretty faded so I had it repainted. It also has a nice roll cage that goes to the front. The overall condition of the jeep is very good driver quality. The wheels are polished American eagles, the tires are 35″ BFG all terrains. I have a used soft top and doors that comes with the jeep. (not shown in the pictures). Check out the pictures watch the video and give us a call to own this Jeep.