This 1983 Jeep Scrambler is a nice driver with cold A/C. The truck was painted several years ago in a tasteful metallic silver; the finish has held up well. Black fender flares and a Bestop full soft top are in good condition; the tinted windows are also very nice with no trace of clouding. The factory bulkhead and fiberglass hard top have been removed, but are in good shape and come with the truck. The driver's side front floor has been replaced to a nice standard; the rest of the floors are original and very solid with only minor surface rust. Bridgestone 31x10.50 all-terrain tries on alloy wheels complete the look. The interior shows well with newer Bestop Thermal front seats and a locking Tuffy center console between them; the bulkhead behind the front seats has been removed and there is a bench seat between the rear wheel wells. Interior floors have been fully rhino-lined and Jeep rubber mats line the front floors. A useful cubby fills the spot in the dash in lieu of the original radio; a modern AM/FM/CD stereo is installed in the center console. Door panels are in nice shape; the dash pad is nearly perfect except for one small crack. Under the hood is AMC's 4.2 liter straight six mated to a four-speed manual transmission. This Jeep has power steering and disc brakes. The engine starts and runs well and steering, brakes, clutch and gearbox feel great. The A/C setup includes a modern rotary-style compressor; it's running R-134a and blows cold. If this truck were mine, it would be hard to resist dressing it up a bit with a Scrambler graphics applique package -- but aside from that, it has no known cosmetic or mechanical needs. It's a turn-key example ready to be enjoyed by its next owner. For more information about this Jeep CJ8 available at Motorcar Studio in Atlanta, please call . Price: $17,500
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