- $23,995 Get Financing
- Brilliant Blue Metallic
- Seller: streetsideatl
- Phone: 877-367-1835
Huge off-road prowess, the Quadra-Trac diff, and a serious small upgrade make this 1976 Jeep CJ7 a distinctly desirable 4x4. So take some time to look through all the details, because this is one intriguing CJ.
Right from the first impression, you know this CJ is meant to be a hardcore off-road machine. You can see this first on black elements like tubular front bumper with brush guard and KC fog lights, upgraded tubular side steps, Renegade-style fender flares, and upgraded rear bumper with tow hitch. The polished Mickey Thompson bullet holes wheels and a matching spare tire in the rear even add some flair within the substance. The brilliant blue is the factory-correct color, and it may even be original to this Jeep. So it looks clean and has a nice glow in the sunshine, but there's nothing fancy here that will make you hesitate hitting the trail. After all, the value price leaves room in your budget for a respray, but most of us just like a 4x4 that won't make us think twice about the branches that get in the way.
The snug-fitting soft top has the look and feel of quality. The sale even comes with color-matched hard doors. But this one still looks best when fully open to the world. The bucket seats are part of a newer package. They have plenty of comfortable bolstering and also are finished in a durable and weather-resistant vinyl. The rear seat is also covered in matching vinyl. There are plenty of useful upgrades, like a more comprehensive padded roll bar, liner paint in the tub, and a lockable center console. The dash has upgraded gauges and a Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo w/Bluetooth to keep you entertained. But that might not be the most interesting item on the dash. 1976 was the first year you could get the Quadra-Trac 4x4 system, and you can identify it by the unique dial and instructions.
Under the hood is a terrific upgrade. Chevy's 350 cubic-inch V8 has the same kind of robust reputation as the Jeep. This one is upgraded for power with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and an Edelbrock Performer intake. It has the right supporting components like an aluminum radiator and an electric fan. It fires up readily, and the newer dual exhaust gives it a nice V8 tune. This is built more for hiking than drag races, because after all, it's a Jeep. And the unique Quadra-Trac 4x4 system plays into this well. It's a full-time four-wheel-drive system that also lets you lock the diffs when it's time for the really tough stuff. But the overall usability is backed up by nice anytime driving features like three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes w/discs upfront.
You can tell there has been a lot of time and investment in making this such an attractive 4x4. We even have a large receipt file documenting over $15k spent just in the last couple of years. It makes for a classic Jeep with power, distinction, ability, and style, which means you know it's irresistible. Call today!!!