1982 Jeep Scrambler 4WD 2dr Utility
|Model :||Scrambler 4WD|
|Engine :||5.3L LS|
|Drivetrain :||Four Wheel Drive|
|Exterior color :||Blue|
|Interior color :||Black|
|Doors :||2 Doors|
|Title :||Clean (most titles)|
You are viewing a 1982 Jeep CJ-8 Scrambler with some serious custom modifications. This Scrambler has undergone a complete nut and bolt tear down and built back up to what you see today. It has only 3100 miles on it since the build and began with a very straight and rust free body and chassis with only 136000 miles on it.
This CJ-8 Scrambler Rock Crawler is a beast, powered by a 5.3 LS Chevrolet engine with a PowerDyne Supercharger. Behind the engine is a MV4500 5-Speed manual transmission and a Dual stick NP205 2-speed transfer case, the front and rear differentials are Dayna 60 lockers with 4.10 gearing.
Other key components of the build are; Custom heavy duty front bumper with winch mount, Halo LED headlamps, LED turn signals, Rhino lined fender flares, LED running lights, Aluminum radiator, Derale electric cooling fan, H/D alternator, Power steering, Serpentine belt system, Electronic ignition, Custom ceramic coated headers, Custom dual exhaust, Heavy duty front suspension, Front sway bar, PSC steering stabilizer, Fox 2.0 Performance Series front and rear shocks shocks, Deaver springs, Cross drilled and slotted brake rotors, Hydraulic clutch, Custom rocker steps, Tinted glass, Louvered hood, Fold down windshield, Custom black soft top, Custom wiring, Speed Hut GPS speedometer with tach/fuel/temp gauges, Speed Hut boost and oil pressure gauges, Custom 5 switch dash panel, Tilt steering column, Kenwood stereo system, Dual USB ports, Master Craft Safety Baja RS upholstered front and rear seats with Sparco 4-point seat harnesses, Custom multi point roll cage, Raceline black 17” simulated bead lock alloy wheels, Open Country 35x12.50R17 tires, Walker Driveline driveshafts, Mini tubed, 37 gallon fuel tank, JCR rear bumper and carrier. All finished off in Bright Blue Metallic paint.
This 1982 Jeep CJ-8 Scrambler runs drives as good as it looks.