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Make: Jeep
Model: CJ
SubModel: Scrambler
Type: Other
Trim: Base Sport Utility 2-Door
Doors: 2
Year: 1982
Mileage: 167,407
VIN: 1JCCE88E2CT005800
Color: Red
Engine: 350 V8
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1982 Jeep CJ Scrambler Additional Info:

Jeep has recently rolled out a Wrangler-based pickup prototype, ut the idea isn't new. This nut-and-bolt restored 1982 Jeep CJ8 Scrambler is proof of concept thirty years ago, nd is dressed in a bright red color scheme that works perfectly with the hot-rod Jeep's burly 350 cubic inch V8 living under the hood. With this 4x4, ou can go anywhere, arry everything, nd do it in a hurry, ll with the confidence of having what might be the nicest Scrambler in the country!The CJ8 was a longer version of the CJ7, hich had both the benefit of increasing cargo capacity and improving the on-road ride. Only a handful were built during six years of production, nd the numbers in 1982 didn't even break 3000, o finding one this nice today is quite unexpected. It has been neatly maintained and refinished as needed during its life, nd the paint it wears today has an awesome look that is a lot flashier than you'd expect for 1982, ut works extremely well today. The doors and hood fit well, crambler decals have been reinstalled, nd there's a removable hardtop for all-weather comfort. This Jeep also features a gray spray-in bedliner in the cargo bay (it's strictly a two-seater) and aggressive rubber flares for the fenders which allow oversized tires and protect the bodywork when you're off road. A grille guard, imple chrome bumper, roll bar, rear-mounted spare, nd stake sides on the bed give it a no-nonsense look that suits it well.Like all CJs, he CJ8 Scrambler is basic inside, atering to the guy who understands that playing outside is a dirty affair. Fortunately, omfort and simplicity can live together in the form of supportive black vinyl bucket seats over a floor painted to match the bodywork. Have fun, et dirty, ose it all off and do it again, t's the Jeep way. Aftermarket Auto Meter gauges work with the stock speedometer in the center of the dash, here it's lived for decades, ut there is no radio, hich shouldn't be a surprise; you're not going to miss it. An aftermarket center console provides some weatherproof storage and a pair of cup holders (good luck with those on the trail!), nd there's a grab bar for passengers. You'll also note there are only two pedals on the floor and a column-mounted shifter for the 3-speed automatic transmission, relatively rare option but fully correct for the CJ8. To go with its added size, his CJ8 Scrambler carries reliable Chevy 350 cubic inch V8 under the squared-off hood. With plenty of torque to move this 4x4 over any terrain, t makes pleasant V8 noises and is the perfect partner to the automatic transmission, aking climbing around off-road a low-stress proposition. Nicely detailed with an Edelbrock chrome dress-up kit, resh red plug wires and distributor cap, nd an overall clean look that suggests careful maintenance since it was restored, nd it probably hasn't hit the trails yet. It also offers power steering and brakes to help out when the going gets tough, nd a soundtrack provided by a new exhaust system underneath. Manual-locking hubs provide the ultimate in reliability and traction, nd the undercarriage shows the results of a full frame-off restoration that was finished not too long ago. Will you even have the courage to take this one into the dirt? Big Mickey Thompson aluminum slots have a butch look and carry oversized 33x12.5-15 BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain tires.A neat footnote in Jeep history that's suddenly back in fashion, his Scrambler is also a great collectable that can still go anywhere, nd you just won't find a nicer one than this. Call today!