Jeep Scrambler CJ-8 Rebuilt

Price: US $8,200.00 Item location: Pawcatuck, Connecticut, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Jeep
  • Model: CJ
  • SubModel: Scrambler CJ-8
  • Year: 1984
  • Mileage: 97,000
  • VIN: 1JCCM88EXET036637
  • Color: Silver
  • Engine size: 6 Cyl.
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive, Convertible
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1984 Jeep CJ Scrambler CJ-8

1984 Jeep Scrambler CJ8 (Frame Off Restored).
-Silver Exterior, lack Top & Interior
-4 speed manual transmission
-4.2L 258 6 cyl Engine (professionally rebuilt in 2010 by Gearhead Engines with full documentation. Less than 20k on rebuild!)
-Weber Carburetor
-Full Replaced Fiberglass Body (nice thick one, ill never rust).
-4" Lift
-35" Tires & Mickey Thompson Rims - (good tread, ome wear / scuff on rims)
-Full Soft Top with full Soft Doors, s well as half size safari doors.
-Black interior seats (all in very good condition)
-Runs good, ery dependable. (starts right up even if not ran for a while)
-100% clear Auto Check Report
-New Clutch 2010.
-New Exhaust 2012.
-New Radiator 2015.
I have debated about selling this for the past two years, s I just don't get to drive it as much as I would like. I have another Jeep. I am not looking to sell this for a dollar less than the asking price, t is well worth it and worth even more. I want this to go to someone who can appreciate what this vehicle is. This a fantastic Jeep that will turn heads, nd go anywhere you want to take it. It is a blast to drive in the summer and no one else has one that looks just like it. The work that was done on it, as all done by a professional shop - no hack work here. This is the real deal.
If I had moretime, would keep up with it more but I just don't so I would rather see it go to someone who can keep it up properly. All the big important stuff has been done, ust normal upkeep will have this lasting a LONG time.
Only negative I can really think of is there is one small spot on the frame on one side toward the rear that ultimately could use a patch weld.