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- Seller: streetsideatl
- Phone: 877-367-1835
This 1982 Jeep CJ8 Scrambler is a sharp-looking and capable 4x4. This feeling comes from solid investments over the last decade that keep this both attractive and rugged inside and out. So you'll love everything from the real wood on the bed sides to a fresher torque-filled powerhouse. It's all about making sure that this lives up to the feeling of the vintage pickup of Jeeps.
This CJ8 is covered in a slick black paint that's the perfect background for the silver Scrambler graphics package that runs the profile of the truck. But even this tasteful accent package isn't the brightest piece. The iconic seven-slot grille, side mirrors, and 15-inch wheels all have a mirror-like shine. Plus, there are nice details everywhere from the real wood bed stakes to the added side steps. So yes, this is a standout Scrambler. We even have pages of receipts documenting a large investment in this CJ8 from 2014 until now. But the money wasn't just about creating an attractive classic, because after all, a proper Jeep still knows how to get to work. That's why you have details like the LED front lights, a beefy 4x4 stance, and liner paint in the bed.
This Scrambler is all about allowing you to choose your level of open air. It's a sung hardtop pickup when you need closed security, or you can remove the doors and top to have the best combined utility of a Jeep and a truck. That makes this Scrambler versatile and ideal for everyone from longboard surfers to those who occasionally bring home large projects. There's a nice mix of added ruggedness and comfort. The rhino-lined headliner, rhino-lined floor, and deeply grooved rubber floor mats make this a robust pickup. But you also have nice comforts, like a center console, cup holders, and an AM/FM stereo with upgraded speakers and a USB input for your phone. Plus, high-back bucket seats and a classic Jeep steering wheel on a tilt column give you a commanding driving position.
Under the hood is Jeep's robust 258 cubic-inch inline-six motor. We love these for their torque, and this one is even a fresher Jasper crate motor. So it's the right motor to be paired with the off-road ready Jeeps. With a low first gear on the five-speed manual transmission and a low range in the 4x4 transfer case, you can have rock-crawling power... but that's not the whole story. There have been thoughtful updates like the aluminum radiator with electric fans to help keep this one running cool even when you're in traffic. And the Red-Head steering gear box gives it a more stable feeling on the road. Also, power steering, power brakes, and front discs are welcomed additions in all conditions.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual, maintenance records, and plenty of build receipts. Scramblers are an awesome way to enjoy vintage Jeep looks while getting added rarity and versatility. So when you can find a nicely finished example like this one, you know you need to hurry if you want to take it home. Call today!!!