1983 Jeep CJ-7 Laredo

 

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FEATURES INCLUDE:

Updated 4.0 High Ouput Fuel-Injected Inline-6

T18 4-Speed Manual Transmission "Baer Tracks Conversion"

4-Wheel-Drive

Updated Air Conditioning

Stainless Borla Exhaust

K&N Air Filter

Stock Suspension & 2" Shackle Lift

15-Inch Stock Wheels & 31 x 10.5LT B.F. Goodrich All-Terrain T/As x5

Rear-Mount Matching Spare Tire/Wheel

Power Steering

Power Front Disc Brakes

Tilt Steering Column

Clarion AM/FM CD Stereo

Chromed Bumpers & Grille

Vinyl Buckets & Rear Bench Seating

Locking Hood - Gas Cap - Doors - Wheels

Best Top Soft Top - Padded Roll Bars

Rear-Mounted Fire Extinguisher


 

This tough Jeep features an updated inline-6 engine that has logged approximately 100,000 miles. This work was done around 2004. The transmission is a T-18 4-Speed with a Granny 1st Gear. This Jeep is a lot of fun to drive and will make someone a great ride. Many of our photos were taken at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum, located only minutes from our showroom. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in the Dallas, Ft. Worth area.

The suspension is basically original with a 2" shackle lift. The wheels are stock, fitted with B.F. Goodrich All-Terrain T/As all around with a matching spare on the rear. The interior is in great shape throughout. THe metal piece on top of the steering column is a locking device that fits over the ignition and locks the steering wheel. The seat upholstery is clean and detailed front to back. The dash and door panels are in excellent condition. The gauges are functional. The 4-speed transmission shifts as it should along with the 4-wheel-drive. A Clarion CD Stereo has been installed.

This Jeep features a locking hood along with locks on the wheels. The doors also lock correctly. Under the hood is the updated '95 HO 4.0 Inline-6 with approximately 100,000 miles on it. The conversion was completed in 2004. The engine compartment is clean and detailed throughout, with original sheet metal. The undercarriage showcases original framework and flooring throughout, always dry climate kept and it shows. The suspension, differentials, engine & transmission undersides and flooring is in great shape. This Jeep has been cared for.

The paint is in good condition. There are a few flaws, most notably near the windshield, photoed above, are these two spots. The VIN plate is in its correct location. The tires show even wear throughout. The classic soft top is by Best Tops. The under dash air conditioning is paired with an updated compressor. It blows cold. The mileage is actual to the Jeep itself. However the engine work was done in 2004 and the new speedometer was set to reflect the old original miles. The current engine has about 100,000 miles on it. That's about an average of 10,000 a year.