In the restoration process of a vehicle, the hardest thing to do is actually finding the right body parts. First of all, you have to go out there and look for parts which would fit. Then you’d actually need those parts to be high quality as well, and you’d want to avail them at a price which is affordable too. Due to all of these, it becomes almost too convenient to start the entire restoration process, and many give up before even starting. Additionally, the body parts for the older, vintage cars are extremely rare as well, because of which you’d have to spend a lot of your time, as well as money.
However, it is always much more convenient if you get an entire package of the whole steel body. In that case, all of the parts are the highest quality, and they already assembled together. If you get them from a trusted place, like Palm Beach Customs, the entire restoration process would become infinitely more convenient for you.
76-86 Jeep CJ7 Steel Body Kit
This is the package which includes the entirety of the steel body of a 1978-86 Jeep, one made in an extremely beautiful way. The way the parts are all designed is high quality, and all of the processes during the assembly are made sure to be up to date so that the product you get is even better in terms of quality than the actual one. However, it does still have the same vintage look, which makes the Jeep so different.
Features of 76-86 Jeep CJ7 Steel Body Kit:
- All of the exterior parts are included in this package, all of which are joined to make the entire outer body of the jeep. The kit contains body tub, fenders, hood, tailgate, and windshield frame.
- All of the parts are made of very high-quality steel, mainly known as 16 gauge steel. This is even better than the steel which was used in the original body, which makes sure that your restored Jeep will be up to date, and have all of the latest technological facilities in it.
- The body is made perfect in line with the actual dimensions of the Jeep so that it can be made sure that it fits seamlessly.
Here is a video of some CJ-7 restorations done in the shop.
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