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The CJ-7 Jeep replaced the long wheelbase CJ-6, a low-production Jeep, in 1976. The shorter wheelbase meant that the CJ-7 was naturally going to be a better player off-road, but it was also developed to be a Jeep with more widespread appeal than the CJ-6. This generation Jeep was designed with a more driver-friendly approach than prior generation.

Meant to be a more civilized version of the CJ-5, the CJ-7 was designed with a 10-inch stretch over the CJ-5 wheelbase, as well as larger door openings. The more unified styling of the CJ-7 are also very evident in that the style was more unified and it was made to be more ‘urban friendly’ than ever before.

This extremely well-equipped Renegade represents the best of the line, and has several upgrades throughout. Notably, the Jeep has a custom lift with new 33-inch BFG/TA tires, white wagon wheels, front Rhino bar and custom rear bumper, custom chrome package with chrome step bars, a new 9500lbs rated Winch, and Weather Tech floor mats.

Besides the custom aspects, this Jeep Renegade has been treated to significant restorations throughout, including a correct, rebuilt six-cylinder engine, and new or newly detailed almost everything else. Learn more about it here, and when you can bid on it through the GAA Classic Car auction, set to take place this week.