1977 Cj-5 Jeep Total Restore Awesm Jeep Cj5 Cj5 on 2040cars
Milan, Ohio, United States
Engine:304 JEEP Stamped
Exterior Color: Silver
Interior Color: Gray
Number of Cylinders: 8
Drive Type: 4x4
Options: CD Player
Sub Model: CJ-5
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Condition: UsedA vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections.Seller Notes:"Rear seat could used replaced...other than that A-1 condition"
This is a 1977 CJ-5 with a total restore. 304 JEEP stamped engine with a total rebuild 2000 miles ago.
2 barrel carb , 33"-1250x15 tires, Stainless steel fuel and brake lines, new steering box, tilt steering wheel, new clutch, new fuel tank, all stainless steel bolts, fiberglass body and fenders, steel hood/windshield/grill, new radiator, new front seats.
Motor has many chrome parts. I have over $24000 invested in this restore. It has been done professionally by a certified mechanic. The reserve is set way too low, but something has to go. I just do not use it enough these days. Please feel free to email me at email@example.com with any questions that you may have. I will do my best to respond ASAP. This is truly a beautiful JEEP. The only thing left to replace is the rear seat. No other flaws on the vehicle.
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The Cherokee Is Dead. Long Live The Cherokee.
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There are three sentences that, for this reviewer, define what needs to be conveyed about the 2014 Jeep Cherokee. The first: it is very good.
Jeep spent 27 years building the Cherokee and its brand, from 1974 to 2001. Twelve years ago, the Cherokee nameplate rolled away into the distant hills and retirement, at least here in the NAFTA colonies, and it was replaced by a loaded word we knew as "Liberty."
Just a day after Burger King's Twitter account was compromised by "unauthorized users," Jeep's social media feed has been similarly hacked. Both instances of digital incursion share some similarities - the BK hackers changed the company's logo for McDonald's familiar golden arches, saying a sale had occurred, while the Jeep miscreants have replaced Jeep's branding with that of General Motors property Cadillac.
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In addition to the defamatory tweets themselves, the hackers have significantly altered the layout of the page. Jeep's header image now features a picture of the Cadillac ATS to go along with the Wreath and Crest, some language calling out that car as winning the 2013 North American Car of the Year award, and this gem: "The official Twitter handle for the Jeep(R) - Just Empty Every Pocket, Sold To Cadillac =[" Also, perhaps in an ode to yesterday's Burger King heist, the background image for the page now features a McDonald's-themed donk. The devil's in the details, we guess.
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