1979 JEEP CJ7
VIN Hammer is pleased to present this 1979 Jeep CJ7 in Ensign Blue with blue denim interior.
THE VIN HAMMER PERSPECTIVE:
Best of the best! Why spend 75 -100k to restore one to this level when you can have an original that looks brand new! They are only original once! When you start adding up the options, exterior condition, interior condition, year, color, graphics you will find this is one of only a few left in existence in this kind of condition. We really like the blue-on-blue colors with the white top and white wagon wheels!
The CJ7 has never seen the type of recognition as they’re receiving in today’s market! The AMC Jeep marketing team were pure genius with the 76-86 CJ's. They mixed great options like the “H code” AMC 304 V8 with fun colors, interiors and graphic packages. This one has everything going for it. A desirable color, Renegade, blue interior and more!
- 100% original paint that is in 9/10 or higher condition.
- Original Renegade graphics that look better than 10k mile Jeeps we have seen
- Very low original 47k miles
- Strong running and great sounding AMC 304 V8 with all factory emissions intact
- Smooth shifting Hydromatic automatic transmission
- Factory A/C system. Turns on but not sure how well it cools
- - OEM side steps
- - Hardtop and doors. Can be removed.
- AMC blue denim seats, dash pad, visors and door panels all original
- Power steering and power brakes
- Oil change
- - Carburetor
- - Tires
- - Fuel pump
- - Fuel filter
- 2.5in life
- - 32 BFG tires
- -Trailer bumper hitch
Selling on behalf of current owner. Jeep is titled in Nebraska and is free and clear. Jeep is located in Tennessee.
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Nice survivor! Despite it, need to know if the original carpet is still available and why the hood is painted black inside? The oilpan looks freshly repainted, any suggestions? No softtop, correct!? Any vehicle documentation regarding history available (records, window sticker, manuals)? Thanks, GLWA
Hi thank you for the questions
There is no carpet with the Jeep.
I don’t believe the oil paint was painted. I only see one layer of paint on the entire engine. Maybe it was removed and cleaned to reseal I can’t say for sure. The engine has never been removed from the Jeep.
No soft top as you can see there are not snaps for one. It was a factory hardtop jeep.
The Jeep didn’t come with much paperwork. Just a condition that suggests it was put away a long time ago and cared for well.