1986 Jeep CJ-7

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History

The Jeep CJ-7 is a more driver-friendly version of the famous military Jeeps from WWII. One of the last CJ models, the Jeep CJ-7, featured an optional all-wheel drive system called Quadra-Trac, as well as a part-time two-speed transfer case and an optional automatic transmission. Approximately 379,299 were built during 11 years of production.

This one has been upgraded with several aftermarket parts. With custom seats, this Jeep® is as comfortable as it is flashy.

Today, it remains one of the most sought after Jeeps for off-roading, restoration, or just weekend trips to the beach. Today the CJ-7 is still used in the sport of mud racing and it is a favorite for rock crawling.

Features

  • Optional molded hardtop
  • Automatic transmission
  • Steel doors
  • Optional Quadra-Trac transfer case
Manufacturer Jeep
Production 379,299 built
Engine Options 150 cubic inch, 105 hp & 132 ft./lbs. torque
151 cubic inch, 82 hp & 125 ft./lbs. torque
232 cubic inch, 115 hp & 210 ft./lbs. torque
258 cubic inch, 145 hp & 215 ft./lbs. torque
304 cubic inch, 150 hp & 245 ft./lbs. torque
Transmission Options SR-4, T-4, T-5, T-18A, T-150, T-176 manual; TF-904, TF-999, TH-400 automatic
Transfer Case Dana 20, Dana 300, Borg-Warner 1339 Quadra-Trac
Rear Axle AMC 20, Dana 44
Front Axle Dana 30
Wheelbase 93.5 in.
Length 144.3 in.
Width 68.6 in.
Height 70.5 in.
Curb Weight 2,707 lbs.
  • Client: 1986 Jeep CJ-7
  • Filed under: Classic