The CJ-7 offered a compromise between the CJ-5 shortie and the
long-arm CJ-6. With a 93.4-inch wheelbase, it was just long enough for
room and comfort but short enough to get down and dirty on the trail.
It has proven a popular rig on all fronts. A total of 379,299 units
were built in just 10 years of production; 1976-79 models were available
with the hi-po 304 AMC V-8. The extra wheelbase also allows for a wider
variety of drivetrain modifications than does the CJ-5. This rig
belongs to Mike Golly of Loveland, Colorado. (Jim Allen)
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