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Make: Jeep
Model: CJ
SubModel: Scrambler
Type: Jeep
Trim: Scrambler
Year: 1981
Mileage: 41849
VIN: 1JCCE88E6BT078795
Color: Brown
Engine: 4.2L Inline 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1981 Jeep CJ Scrambler Additional Info:

This 1981 Jeep CJ8 Scrambler has been given plenty of recent investments so that one of the coolest classic 4x4s around is also one of the sharpest-looking, too.

The iconic look of a CJ Jeep meets the utility of pickup, that's what makes the Scrambler so instantly attractive. But this one has much more going on here. The copper paint was given a full professional respray last year. So you get a bold color that also has plenty of clearcoat and a hint of metallic. It radiates in the sunshine, which is exactly what you want on a 4x4 that can take you through the great outdoors. In fact, this one really gets the natural look right with wooden bed rails and a full stripe package that has the tone of a sunrise. And as you look over the details, you can see an overall investment in quality. It's everywhere from the shine of the bumpers, to the way the doors line up properly. Plus, it has the right utility with a swing-away spare tire mount and the truck bed is textured for real pickup duty. And while 1981 was the inaugural year for the Scrambler, it's production was still far below its other CJ siblings, so owning one puts you in a rare fraternity.

This Scrambler is all about allowing you to choose your level of open air. The hardtop was replaced within the last few years, so it fits snugly and gives you the feeling of a true single cab truck. Or you can remove the doors and top to have the best features of Jeep and pickup truck utility combined. No matter how you choose to enjoy this Scrambler, you'll feel the quality from recent investments in essential areas, including the door panel inserts, sun visors, and dash pad. Plus, the dual bucket seats feel fresh and supportive. There are more great features to keep you comfortable, including a tilt steering column, provisions for factory air conditioning, and a retro-style AM/FM stereo that gives you the classic look but a modern digital tuner.

Under the hood is Jeep's 258 cubic-inch inline six. This is quite a desirable powerplant because it has spent decades powering the best Jeeps. It's hardy, torquey, and easy to maintain. Plus, this example has been cared for correctly, including a new water pump, master cylinder, and fresh fluids within the last few years. The radiator was even replaced last year. It all makes for a trustworthy package. As a true Jeep, there's the two-speed transfer case for true 4x4 capability. But far more than just a mud slinger, this CJ8 has great anytime driving features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and front disc brakes.

Complete with build receipts and the owner's manual, this glowing copper Scrambler grabs attention wherever it goes, and since it's a go-anywhere classic Jeep, we know it will be going out of our showroom quickly. Call today!!!