1984 Jeep CJ7 Laredo - All original condition!

Price: US $2,550.00 Item location: Vail, Arizona, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Jeep
  • Model: CJ
  • SubModel: Laredo
  • Trim: Laredo
  • Year: 1984
  • Mileage: 49,384
  • VIN: 1JCCF87E2ET030696
  • Color: Garnet
  • Engine size: 258
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Nutmeg
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1984 Jeep CJ Laredo

NEW - LOWERED RESERVE PRICE! THIS JEEP WILL SELL! - Hate to sell it, but I'm out of room and need to make more space for other projects.
Selling a very nice 1984 CJ7 Laredo. This is a very special Jeep, and I hate to see it go. This is a SPECIAL ORDER Garnet and Nutmeg color combination, with just 49k miles! True collectors know how limited production numbers of this special order combination are out there... not very many. This Jeep runs like a dream. Shifts perfectly, 4wd engages as it should, and has no steering problems typical of this era Jeep.
This CJ is a true survivor. All the paint, carpet, interior, etc. is all original. The front fenders have some rock chips and the paint does have some minor wear, as any 33 year old Jeep would. Overall, this Jeep is in amazing condition and is unaltered. Absolutely zero rust / rot / body repairs ever done to this vehicle. The only non-original paint is the hood. It had a repaint several years back, but it matches perfectly!
Believe me when I tell you this is a good one! The engine runs great and the transmission shifts perfectly. 4WD engages no problem. All the windows roll up/down perfectly. All gauges are original and still work as they should. Even the clock still works perfectly.
Though this Jeep is one of the very best survivors still out there, it is not perfect. The AC is complete and intact, but does not work. Could be something as simple as a fuse or tripped pressure switch, but I never looked in to it. Jeeps are meant to be driven without their tops on!
Unfortunately, when I purchased the Jeep, the factory radio did not work. I took it out, bench tested it, and couldn't figure it out. I brought it to a local electronics repair shop and the guy had no clue what was wrong with it. The radio has been discarded. However, the wiring harness for the radio is complete and uncut. Its still inside the Jeep.
The original interior is in excellent condition overall. The driver seat does have a tear on the bottom cushion. This is very common, especially for a vehicle of this age. A seller on eBay sells exact reproduction seat bottoms should you decide to replace it. The passenger seat and rear bench are both in outstanding condition.
At some point, the previous owner must have removed or replaced the rear differential cover as it has some green paint on it. Roll bar pad has been removed and discarded due to a big tear on the back side, but I have a nice used nutmeg roll bar pad that will be included with the sale. Other then these few issues aforementioned, this Jeep is a outstanding.
All in all this is an extremely rare, valuable Jeep. The original window sticker and sales invoice come with the Jeep, so that is kind of cool! I hate to see it go, but I have more vehicles than room. Original CJs in this condition, especially a special order garnet Laredo, are few and far between. Vehicle is for sale locally and I reserve the right to end the auction at any time. If you have questions about this Jeep, feel free to call me at 520-789-0875. You will not be disappointed!
Immediate deposit of $500 is required immediately via PayPal. Vehicle must be paid in full within 3 business days of auction end via wire transfer or cashiers check. Once payment has cleared (immediately for wire transfer, 48 hours after cashier's check deposit), I will overnight mail you the title. Vehicle is expected to pick up from my residence within 14 calendar days of auction end.