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Name
CJ-7
Year
1976
Model
CJ-7
1976 CJ-7 CJ-7

Modifications

Suspension
stock
Wheel and Tire
stock BFGood rich all Terrain
Engine
302 v8
Transmission
stock
Future Modifications
Rebuilt motor, new suspension, upgrade drum brakes to disk brakes, new gas tank, drain all fluids, ect...... The things ou do to a car sittingtt for a while
Accessories
winch, cb radio, dual gas cans behind spare
Recovery Gear
stock
Armor
stock
Axle Gear Ratio
stock
Rear Axle
stock
Transfer Case
stock
Front Axle
stock
Information
was my grandfather's, given to my mom. Something broke uncle tried to fix it but broke it more and kept some parts. So it sat for some time so now me and my dad are gonna get it running. I'm 15 cant even drive it. If it worked, so any tips would be great as I'm new to the grease monkey thing.

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...I enjoyed reading this post and knowing the hard work ahead. Here is a bit of advice you really didn't ask for but don't ever give up on this Jeep. Do not quit. Do not stop working on it. That Jeep will treat you right for the rest of your life but it won't be without a struggle. I'm now on my 18th Jeep (I think) and here is a short list of the ones I liked: CJ7s, TJs, LJ, CJ8s, SJs, XJs (of course). BTW - I rolled that first CJ7 going down the road at 55...it wasn't fun...cause I totaled it. Just drive those CJs with a lot of respect and remembering the hard work you put into it....but on the trail...well....let'r'rip
 

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...I enjoyed reading this post and knowing the hard work ahead. Here is a bit of advice you really didn't ask for but don't ever give up on this Jeep. Do not quit. Do not stop working on it. That Jeep will treat you right for the rest of your life but it won't be without a struggle. I'm now on my 18th Jeep (I think) and here is a short list of the ones I liked: CJ7s, TJs, LJ, CJ8s, SJs, XJs (of course). BTW - I rolled that first CJ7 going down the road at 55...it wasn't fun...cause I totaled it. Just drive those CJs with a lot of respect and remembering the hard work you put into it....but on the trail...well....let'r'rip

Ive recently rerun the vin, its actually a 77 cj-5, whoops, but still thanks
 
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