1979 Jeep CJ 7 Hardtop Levis 6 cyl auto nice paint
Welcome to StreetDreamsTexas as we celebrate our 21st year in the classic and muscle car business. When Willys-Overland decided to develop a prototype for a commercial version of their famous military vehicle in 1944, the Jeep CJ (for Civilian Jeep) was born. It is doubtful that they had any idea how successful and beloved these workhorses would become. The demand for the world's first mass-produced four-wheel drive vehicle grew steadily for decades, becoming the iconic stalwart that it is today. Our Firecracker Red (6P) 1979 Jeep CJ-7 is a fun example of these useful and tough mountain goats. Well equipped from the factory, this bruiser features the 258 I6 engine, TH400 automatic transmission, Quadra-Trac 4WD, power steering, power front disc brakes, hardtop, and the roll bar. Although still reasonably priced, these vintage Jeeps are among the more desirable in the CJ series. We have had some folks tell us this is not an original Golden eagle but it sure looks cool. I fell in love with it when I bought it. Also, it doesn't hurt that Daisy Duke drove a 1980 Golden Eagle (named Dixie) in the original Dukes of Hazard television series! Stuck in a rut? Nothing can pull you out faster than a Jeep! Street Dreams is a full service dealership that can assist with worldwide delivery, insurance, and financing options.