The Jeep Wrangler has been around for more than three decades but, before it was introduced, the CJ7 reigned supreme.
That brings us to this immaculate low mileage model, which only has 27,342 miles (44,003 km) on the odometer. Almost as impressively, the CJ7 has managed to survive the past 36 years without being modified.
As you can see, the model appears to be in showroom condition as the original graphics and cinnamon metallic paint job appear flawless. The chrome bumpers and grille insert also look to be in good shape, while the vehicle is largely devoid of rust thanks to a life spent in the southwestern United States.
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The cabin is a bit basic by today’s standards, but it features air conditioning, vinyl seats and an AM/FM radio with a cassette player. Given the model’s low mileage, it’s little surprise the interior is in great shape and looks the same as when it was built.
The listing is light on specifics, but the model is likely equipped with a 4.2-liter inline-six that develops 98 hp (73 kW / 99 PS) and 193 lb-ft (261 Nm) of torque. It is connected to a five-speed manual which sends power to a four-wheel drive system.
The seller says the CJ is “absolutely excellent mechanically” and has its original emission system intact. They also noted the model comes with an assortment of original documents including dealer invoices, manuals and the window sticker.
While the Jeep looks phenomenal, it has a buy it now price of $65,000 (£48,340 / €53,446). That’s more than a new Wrangler Rubicon, but CJ7s this good rarely come around.