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1982 Jeep CJ7 Jamboree Edition 30th Anniversary CJ-7 w/ AC Hardtop Survivor cj 7

1982 Jeep CJ

Make: Jeep
Model: CJ
Trim: Jamboree CJ7
Year: 1982
Mileage: 113,871
VIN: 1JCCN87E9CT042294
Color: Topaz Gold Metallic
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: 4x4
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Wolfforth, Texas, United States

Description for Jeep CJ 1982

Performance Unlimited (806) 786-7676 Super Rare 1982 Jeep CJ-7 Jamboree Edition w/ Factory Air & Hard Top. Survivor! Super Rare 1982 Jeep CJ-7 Jamboree Edition w/ Factory Air & Hard Top. Survivor! / 113. 71 Miles / VIN: 1JCCN87E9CT042294 Contact Darin Benton at Performance Unlimited at (806) 786-7676 839 US Hwy 62-82 Wolfforth. TX 79382 View This Seller's Other Auctions Super Rare 1982 Jeep CJ-7 Jamboree Edition w/ Factory Air & Hard Top. Survivor! Exterior / Interior VIN: 1JCCN87E9CT042294 2 Doors. Four Wheel Drive. SUV. 6 Cylinders. Manual Inventory ID: 042294 Vehicle Description Update 5-5-2014. I have replaced the tires with new BF Goodrich All Terrain 32-11. 50-15s and installed a new Pioneer Stereo w/ front USB input and new 5. 25" speakers. I have driven the jeep a few hundred miles and continue to enjoy the Jeep. It doesn't leak any fluid and starts right up everytime I drive it. It has a fresh oil change and we have changed some of the fluids. Additionally it does not get hot driving around town. only your rear as the AC needs to be charged! You probably could jump in the jeep and drive it to California. however I would recommed this NOT to be a highway cruiser. Up for your consideration is a very clean and original 1982 Jeep CJ7-7 30th Anniversary Jamboree Edition. Now I know they are plenty of people out there that know alot more about the Jamboree Editions that I do. The only real info I have found has been quoted several times right here on ebay. According to the Jambo registry. there are fewer than 200 of these Jamboree Editions left. What I do know is that they are rare and finding one with Factory Hardtop and Doors is even more of a find. Couple that with Factory Air Conditioning. and that makes for a Very Rare find regardless of a Jamboree or not. I purchased this Jeep about ten months ago to replace a LJ I had. I used the LJ to pull behind motorhomes locally to make it a one man job to pick them up and drop them off. I sell a few coaches a month and it always seems to be a pain getting a ride to pick them up from the upholstery shop or service. I had the LJ for a few years and had no plans of selling it. like most people I got blinded by cash and poof. it was gone in an instant. In our spare time around the shop we have been tweaking with this Jamboree and finally got it into the condition I feel represents it great without spending $20. 00 for body work. It looks good. but not great! Because I am very obsessive I have learned that this is not the Jeep for me. I get in it and drive for an afternoon and then start thinking about repainting the hood and fender. Then I think to myself. the paint can't possibly be matched to perfection. Oh. and I also drive my Jeep in the rain to keep my other cars clean and under carriage looking like new. well you can see the pattern. I would never drive this Jamboree in the rain. not because it has any real rust. but because I am afraid it might start rusting by getting water in some nook or cranny I don't know about. Yes. some people will say. there is medication for that!!!! I have the opportunity to purchase the LJ back and that is what is going to happen. The LJ was almost perfect and it is all set up with a tow bar anyhow. Unfortunately I do not have much history on this Jamboree. I purchased the Jeep from a "flipper or trader' in Colorado Springs this last summer. He bought it from a dealer in Denver that supposedly bought the unit in a storage auction. I'm not sure if this is the truth or someone likes watching the Discovery Channel alot!!! The Carfax report doesn't help much either. it bounced from Colorado to Arkansas back to Colorado since 2000 with a brief time in Tulsa. klahoma. The last registration shows to be in 2010. It was wearing a Colorado title with NO Registration. the dealer that purchased it in just titled it back to his dealership in February of 2013. I have since titled it back to Texas under my dealership with a "title only" and registration. There is NO paperwork with this Jeep(other than the title). I do see the Landers sticker on the back of the Jeep. that must have been the dealer that sold it in Arkansas in 2001. I would speculate the Jeep to have had 2-3 owners. as in retail owners. not dealers. Here is what I can tell you about the Jeep. when I bought it. I never drove it. I had the Jeep trucked to Texas. We replaced the battery. drained the fuel. cleaned up the carburetor. and put a new master cylinder/brake booster on it. It fired right up and hasn't skipped a beat. I replaced alot of silly little parts and alot of weather stripping. I still have many of the door gaskets that I did not replace just in case someone wants to repaint the body. Like most of the old hard doors. they were starting to crack just below the quarter window. We used a small grinder and prepped the metal so we could drill the bottoms of the cracks and weld them back up. These areas have been touched back up and look good. however the paint has too much metallic. but we only touched up the area without paint. we did not paint the entire door or get crazy. Window cranks. interior door latches. exterior lights. windshield. seat belts. fender flares. and a host of trim pieces have been replaced. The emails won't stop from Quadratec. they feed the addiction!!! The Jeep had no carpet when I bought it. so we pulled out all the seats and belts and put a brand new carpet kit. NO I am not trying to hide anything. it drives me nuts not to have carpet and I figured a bedliner type material would mean I was definitely trying to hide something. I have included photos of the entire floor without carpet. To finish it off. we repainted and powdercoated the seat brackets and bases and put new all weather floor mats on top of the carpet to keep it looking good. Things like the paper glove box and silk defrost connector tube have been replaced. I would speculate I have spent a few thousand in parts from Quadratec alone. you can keep on going too! The passenger seat did not match the driver so I had it reformed and covered to match. it matches. but not perfect. I have noticed after I have been in and out of the Jeep alot. there are tiny pieces of the bottom of the seat cushion on the carpet. The older seats had a material that would break down and it looks like tiny pieces of twigs. anyone who has had older seats will recognize this. it wasn't foam and if you were born in the last 30 years. you probably won't even recognize this. But just so you know. this is the kind of stuff that drives me nuts. I am a clean freak. I know I can pull the seats and put a covering over the bottom to keep the minute pieces off of the carpet. again to keep my sanity. I am selling this Jeep!!Ok. so what is wrong with the Jeep. As you cans see in the photos. a small fire on the carburetor has burned a small spot in the hood. I inspected all hoses and wires around the carburetor and they are fine. At some point the drives fender has been repainted. I don't really see much bondo or filler so I assume it was nothing too bad. but the paint is now cracking. You can see the small crease on the bottom of the drivers doors. also a dent rearwards of the drivers rear tire. The top is intact but has small stress cracks here and there. also it has been touched up with a rattle can over the years. Inside and out everything works as it should. all VIN plates and tags are in place. The dash has been cut out for a regular DIN sized radio. there are no speakers back in the dash and I contemplated buying a new plastic dash piece that would cover the hole. I just can't see putting a radio in a old CJ-7. I wouldn't call this Jeep rust free. you can see surface rust on the undercarriage. but the body itself is virtually rust free. There is nothing that is rotten. NO holes. NO major cancer. However if you start looking in cracks and seams you can find some surface rust where the paint was thin. We have gone over the Jeep with a product designed to seal the affected areas. If the Jeep was put on a roadway in Northern Michigan in the winter. I am sure you would have problems at some point. Sheetmetal has come along way and you don't see too much rust on newer vehicles anymore. If you had plans for a complete tub removal. you wouldn't have to cut any rust out. just sanding. priming. and repainting. I have been driving the Jeep for awhile and all oil leaks have stopped. When we pulled the Jeep off the transport and into the shop. some of the seals and gaskets were seeping. But since I have been driving it. all seals seem to have stayed dry. I have not changed fluids in differentials. transmissions. or coolant. We changed the oil and air filter and have putting around here and there. This is a cool Jeep and needs nothing to run around in or to use for recreation. It is 32 years old and far from perfect. but no doubt a far cry from 90% of the other 32 year old vehicles today. Please expect paint imperfections. windows that have scratches. weathering as a whole. and some minor tweaking to make this Jeep your own. I will give NO warranty with this Jeep. if you have never bought anything online. I would not recommend this Jeep to be your first purchase. If you want to have a neutral third party inspect it. let me know. we can arrange something. I also welcome phone calls from those with a little knowledge or back ground of Jeep or Classics. If you are looking for your 16 yearolds first car. or wanting to buy a Jeep to go shred Moab. please keep on shopping elsewhere. This is a classic and would be very difficult to replace. it is not a distressed sale and I am not looking to lose money or sell at half price. Additionally I am not looking for a project. I would take a trade. but please be realistic. Performance Unlimited is a small specialty dealer located in West Texas about 300 miles west of the Dallas-Ft Worth Region. We are just minutes from the Lubbock International Airport(all major carriers service this airport) and located in the Lubbock region(approx 250. 00 people). NO. we are not a car dealer! We specialize in unique and hard to find boats. rvs. and the occasional motor vehicle. Over 90% of business is transacted online and we have extensive experience with long distance transactions. Literally millions of dollars worth of inventory is delivered to customers we never meet face to face. Shipping on a piece like this will be about $1. 20 per mile. use Google Maps to determine the distance. our zip code here is 79382. All inventory is stored indoors and all sold inventory can be stored up to 30 days inside with NO charge. Please have all finances in order. as we require all units to be paid for within 7days. Deposits will only be refunded should you view the unit and deem it to be different from its description. Please view all photos. videos and read the entire description prior to asking questions. calling. or making offers. Please allow all photos to load. in some cases use the inner scroll to view all pics. they are all there and close to 140 of them! All buyers are subject to dealer fees and applicable taxes(about $300). All Texas buyers will pay 6. 25 Sales Tax and about $200 in registration fees. Darin Benton 806-786-7676 Below is some info from the Jeep Jambo registy. I do not know all the facts. just posting for your reading enjoyment. This Number Jeep 282. it was documented in North Little Rock Arkansas on 4-28-2008. Visit www. 82jambo. com for more info. This site is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of the 1982 Jeep CJ-7 Jamboree Edition (The Jambo). It is widely believed that AMC only produced 2500 Jamborees. However. out of over 110 Jambos in our registry. none is numbered over 692. Therefore. 82jambo. com believes the 2500 production run is highly suspect. We believe that fewer than 1000 may have actually been produced and fewer than 200 are still in existence. Here. you will find an overview of the Jamboree. details on its special features. and the Jambo Registry. To receive an email about additions to this site (e. g. . new Jambos) email jambo152@82jambo. com. OverviewAMC produced the Jamboree to honor the 30th anniversary of the Jeepers Jamboree. On the exterior. all Jamborees came standard with Topaz Gold Metallic or Olympic White paint (we only know of eight white Jambos). Jamboree hood decal. chrome wheels and bumpers/bumperettes. black soft top. black rocker trim. and special spare tire cover. Only Jamborees could be ordered in Topaz Gold. The only other 1982 Jeep vehicle that could be Topaz Gold was the Waggoner--see the 1982 Sales Brochure. On the interior. Jambos had special black and gold vinyl seats (front and rear). center console. black carpeting. black padded roll bar and saddle bags. and special dash plaque denoting the production number. The following "factory approved" dealer options were available: Ramesy electric winch. AM/FM stereo. CB radio. off-road driving lamps. light bar. fire extinguisher. and grille/brush guards. A hardtop and hard doors were not approved options. The 258-ci six cylinder was standard. being an upgrade from the 4 cylinder. As was the five-speed. power brakes. power steering. a special oversized 20-gallon fuel tank. tilt steering. heavy-duty charging system. heavy-duty cooling. and P235/75R15 Goodyear Wrangler tires. Additional Photos