I agree but give the guys props when they have something extra neet not oh just a sticker
So what exactly is extra neat? a little gold plaque on a dash? The bragging rights I get for having number 203 of a limited edition?
My jamboree came off the line mechanically the same as about every other similarly optioned CJ7 in 82. It had the 4.2 with a T5 and a Dana 300. The gears are 3.31 with a Trac Loc in the rear.
The real differences to the rest of the CJ's in 82 was dependant on what Jamboree color you got, either you ended up with Topaz Gold Metallic paint (like mine has) or the standard Olympic White. Interior wise they were all black interiors with gold striping on the seats, and a little gold plaque on the dash indication what number it is.
So add that with the spare tire cover and the couple extra stickers plus the options of chrome bumpers, rims, bumperettes, and a ramsey winch...(the optional items that you could get were available to all jeeps also)
Sad to say we arent talking about LS1 vettes or Boss mustangs that were race prepped cars sold off the showroom floors with exotic engines filling the engine bays. These were average jeeps with an appearence package added. take the body off of mine and it looks just like all the rest of them....
The only really neat part about them is they are 25+ year old vehicles that you dont get to see much anymore and they are just downright fun.