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Old September 16th, 2011, 11:48 PM   #1
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Default 1979 Jeep CJ 7...Just Redone!!!

-1979 Jeep CJ 7
-Complete Frame off restoration with a new frame that was redone and painted put back underneath the Jeep.
-New with the restoration
-4" Rough Country Lift, shocks and all hardware
-Complete body mount kit
-Painless complete wiring harness (around $600 new)
-All new brakes and brake lines and fuel lines and master cylinder, brakes need to be re-bled
-Custom made rear bumper and 2" receiver
-Older Cd player in custom center counsel with two 6x9's and two 5 1/4"s
-New windshield wiper motor and hardware
-New 5" sunpro tach and oil and water gauges
-Brand new life time warranty starter and solenoid
-Superwinch lockout hubs
-All bearings and seals in both axles
-New rear driveshaft (to run the larger lift)
-Also put in a late 70's scout dana 44 rear end to beef up the axles and added front wheel spacers to match the width, now it looks like a widetrack CJ instead of narrow track.
-Running a set of 32 x 12.5 Mickey Thompson Baja Belted tires on 15 x 10" rims, tires have around 80% tread

The Jeep was redone in the 90's before i had it and then sat for 7 years before i bought her and redid it all
-It includes a full fiberglass tub, tilt front end and windshield frame that are all in great condition
-Crate performance 350 with a high rise intake, edelbrock four barrel, hooker headers, accell distributor, and advanced adaptors plate to hook up to the solid T-150 3 speed transmission and Dana 20 transfercase.
-Seats out of a older ford with heavy duty lap harnesses.
-Lots of chrome accessories including front bumper and tow hooks.
-Bestop Softop with full soft doors, in decent condition with a tear in the back window

The Bad: The clutch is going, steering is loose (needs steering box tightened up) and the brakes need rebled


---This Jeep is CLEAN, no rust anywhere and will get you anywhere you want to go on or off the road.
-The Jeep can be seen just north of the intersection between M-115 north and 13th street in Cadillac on the West side of the road. Im away during the week but can set up an appointment on the weekend to check it out.

-Im asking $6500 dollars and may be interested in partial or full trades, I'm interested in lifted Suzuki Samuries, 1997 or newer Jeep wranglers, or lifted cherokees and cash
231-878-2429 call or text and i will get back as soon as possible, Thanks!
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