I have a 1986 Jeep CJ7 with LineX Paint Inside And Out. This CJ is 96% rebuilt. Here is a list of the pertinent information:
Motor: 4.2L ( rebuilt Jasper engine)
Transmission: T5 ( Rebuilt twice)
Rear Axle: AMC 20 rebuilt with single Axle
Front Axle: AMC 30
Suspension: upgraded Old Man Emu 2.5" Lift & Bilstein shocks
The tub is fiberglass
Paint is Line-X metal flake gray inside and out
Frame: Brand new TDK with anti-rust gloss black paint
Seats are new ( the frames however are not)
New Steering Column with TILT WHEEL
Leather wrapped steering wheel
New dash and dash pad
Gauges are all new
Speedometer is a rebuilt original from Rudy's Jeeps
The radio is new AM/FM with Jeep placarding and old school look
New bumpers front and back
Uprgraded Rear LED tail lights
New ignition and distributor
Brand new battery
Electric fuel pump
Electric cooling fan
The top is a Bestop Replacement top with soft doors
This Jeep and all the new parts listed have never seen the snow. It has been rebuilt for 2 winters and always stored. In 2016 it has not been driven until September due to surgery on my shoulder.
The rebuilt motor has less than 1000 miles on it.
I believe I have covered everything. Now, this Jeep is almost completely rebuilt, but not without issues. I feel I should note those in the name of honesty.
First off, not a problem, but can be perceived as one, there is a clacking in the transmission. It does this when the vehicles is idling clutch in or out. Not when accelerating. I have had it rebuilt twice and no issues were found. That's 3 specialists and nothing. The transmission performs well and have never had an issue.
The speedometer is off. I planned on putting larger tires on it so I didn't put a new gear in it yet. At 45 mph you are at 60.
With all of that said, I have had the Jeep appraised at $25,000.