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CJ-7 Jeep Restorations

by | May 3, 2018 | Classic Car Restoration, Cool Cars, New Car Builds, Testimonials

We really do get it……… It’s a Jeep thing.

CJ-7 Jeep Restorations

That’s why Palm Beach Customs has always loved turning that “Jeep thing into a Real thing ”

With Many of our classic CJ-7 Jeep restorations including turn-key builds

If you have an original unrusty Body that’s Great However if your tub is in tough shape we offer Brand New steel bodies Here

Jeeps History: 

Willys Overland built the first prototypes for a commercial version in 1944 after being one of the main two manufacturers of the military jeeps at the time. Sadly, that jeep line ended in 1984. But don’t doubt a thing, because they look and drive beautiful, then and now. In fact, they were called “America’s Workhorse” and described as being amongst “…the most successful utility vehicles ever made.” Also, CJ stands for Civilian Jeep and fits perfectly with its description!!

Want to learn more about the CJ-7 jeep history? Click Here.


Our Coolest CJ-7 Jeep Restorations!

“The Beast” CJ-7 Jeep Restoration:

This jeep restoration was done for a dad and his two sons.

We installed 35 inch BFG ko2 all-terrain tires after installing a 4-inch suspension as well as a 1-inch body lift kit.

When we delivered the car, nothing but laughter and joy came about. Watch the video below to hear from the client himself!

Below is when we delivered the Cj-7 to Boca, Florida for the Client

Below is The Beast 1977 Jeep CJ-7 after its first test ride from the shop in Ocala.

Watch the test ride Video Here.

Here is a shot of the Jeep in the shade which gives you a better look at the tires.

Click Here to see more about “The Beast” CJ7 Restoration.

CJ-7 Jeep Restorations

1984 CJ-7 Nevada Jeep Restoration:

 

At the time of this jeep restoration, we chose to restore this Jeep as a ¾ restoration to keep the buy-it price reasonable. This Jeep ended up being perfect for a real Jeeper.

The jeep body came into the shop pretty much rust free.  In fact, we chose to leave all the factory fusion welds on the rear quarters from the factory assembly as is. We also kept the original “sunshine” yellow color.what we did on this was a full strip down and all moldings all off, the windshield was taken apart and all new rubber was put around the windshield. All the lights have been replaced.

Before painting, we disassembled the truck, took the top off and prepped the paint. Then we totally D chromed, primed and we did the base and clear coat on the Jeep.

Everything works and there were no air gaps or rattles. This jeep also got stainless hinges, cool
aftermarket stainless mirrors and a nice set of Pro Comp 33 twelve fives tires.

It left with new plugs, wires, fuel pump, air filter, oil change, new alternator, serp. belt, antifreeze, differential oil, rough country leaf springs, a new set of shocks, awesome exhaust with a stainless steel catalytic converter, with the 6 cylinder header with the exhaust custom bent to fit into the cat.

 

Here is a walk around the yellow CJ7 Jeep after it was restored:

Below is a picture of the jeep restoration all done, with the top off.

Below is a side shot of the yellow cj7 Jeep.

Here is a picture of the jeep all done and ready to be seen by the owner.

Click Here to see more about this CJ7 Jeep Restoration.

1984 Renegade CJ7 jeep restoration: 

This jeep was a 3/4 restoration as it came with a reman motor and a new clutch when it came into the shop. We gave the renegade fresh paint, new rims, and tires, shocks, brakes, wheel cylinders, plastic frame cover and new lights. We also put all new radiator support grommets and new battery and we did a complete tune-up.

distributor oil change belts some hoses

Here is a final walk around with John Russo:

We opted for a new front windshield and new window rubber

Below is a side shot of the renegade. You can see really the deep red color here.

 


 

Want to restore your CJ7?  Contact Us and we can help you.

 

 

4 Comments

  1. Joe Bolton

    I’m interested in a restored cj7 jeep driver, not a show car.

    Reply
    • John Russo

      Joe I would be happy to discuss your CJ-7 project I will shoot you an email ,Best John Russo

      Reply
  2. David

    Good evening
    I’m looking to buy a 85-86 CJ7 and came across your company. I love the grey with red interior
    But all your Jeeps on your website look great.
    So I’m pretty open. Please text or call me if you
    Have something. Thankyou so much.

    David
    1-508-631-2730

    Reply
    • John Russo

      David, I will give you a call and discuss a Jeep with you , Thanks John

      Reply

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