1980 Jeep CJ
Cool upgrades meet with some original style, and it's all offered at an obtainable price. That's what makes this 1980 Jeep CJ5 such a hot ticket. The CJ5 is the iconic short-wheel base, go-anywhere Jeep. But just because it can get you deep into the wild, doesn't mean it shouldn't look nice out on the town, too. That's why the metallic blue radiates no matter if the sunlight finds it at the campsite or the corner market. Plus, this blue goes nicely with this Jeep's dark side on the fender flares, light covers, hood protector, tubular side steps, tubular rear bumper, and even the doors (whenever you choose to have them in place.) But more than just look like a rugged machine, this one really does have added utility. There's a trailer hitch on the rear, and the passenger tub is made from lightweight and rust-proof fiberglass. Inside is more great merging of the new and iconic features. The modern exterior blue is continued on the classic dash and side panels. It looks nice against the tan interior. This gets the details right with proper seats belts, a padded roll bar, and high-back bucket seats with newer durable covers. The bikini top also coordinates in tan for a terrific total look. Plus, you get nice upgrades like diamond plating for ruggedness and an AM/FM/CD stereo for the best tunes anytime/anywhere. The bold look continues under the hood with the red painted head cover and matching air topper radiating from within the dark engine bay. But more than just for looks, the 258 cubic-inch inline-six motor is a long established power plant for Jeep. It has proven its reliability, and it continues to have easy parts availability. Torquey and robust, this is the engine you want pulling through daily traffic or the worst slop Mother Nature can throw at you. And the header that feeds a split dual exhaust upgrades the motor's soundtrack nicely. The four-speed manual transmission gives you full control as it feeds the two-speed transfer case and seriously beefy axles at both ends. Tall gears and low range give it rock-crawling stability, but thanks to the modern Firestone Destination all-terrain tires and front disc brakes, it's comfortable in the urban scene, too. A cool all-American Jeep with some fun upgrades and plenty of character. It's amazing you can get all of this for such a value price. Call now!