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The Jeep CJ was built in various forms from 1944 up until the Wrangler debuted for the 1987 model year. If you're in the market for a classic Jeep, Worldwide Vintage Autos definitely has you covered with these iconic CJs from its vast selection of classic and collectible vehicles.
The longest-running CJ model was the CJ-5, and this 1981 Jeep CJ-5 is a gorgeous example with iconic Renegade graphics. The meaty BFG tires finish off this Jeep's cool looks, but the best part about this CJ-5 is that it's a true survivor with just 81,000 and actual miles and wearing what looks to be an original brown paint job. Whether you're looking for a restoration project or trail rig, this CJ-5 is a cool option.
This beaufitfully brown Jeep is being listed for $14,900, but you can click HERE to make an offer!
The most customized of these three Jeeps is this 1984 Jeep CJ-7 that has been tastefull modified inside and out. With its almost-Petty-blue paint job, it's no surprise this CJ is packing a 360 cubic-inch V8 under the hood that is sure to sound fantastic through the side pipe exhaust. The custom bumpers add a nice rugged touch, and the rear bumper has mounts for a gas can and a high-lift jack.
This Jeep is super clean inside and out, and it's ready for trail rides or beach cruises. It is being listed for $14,900, but you can click HERE to make an offer!
The 1981 model year was the first year for the CJ-8, and the key element of this Jeep was the extra 10 inches of wheelbase that transformed this off-roader into a pickup truck. This 1981 Jeep CJ-8 has the perfect look to it with the retro graphics accenting the white paint job and tan removable half-cab hardtop. This restored rig has a slick look to it riding tall on meaty BFG KO all-terrain tires, and the interior floor and cargo bed have been rhino lined to make sure this Jeep is rugged and ready for anything.
This 1981 Jeep CJ-8 is being listed for $23,900, but you can click HERE to make an offer!