When looking for a distinctive vintage truck, it's hard to beat this 1977 Jeep J10 Laredo. Aside from rarity, you get a tough 4x4 pickup that's got the right V8 power ready for work duty. And when you see all the features (from the cool classic paint theme to the Levi's Jeans interior) you realize this checks all your boxes for a standout classic.
The appearance of the J10 is quite an attractive one. It has an unmistakable Jeep lineage with its big chrome front end that resembles the Waggoneers, but this pickup still retains its own unique flair. That's why people will love them at the car shows, even if they've never seen one before. The J10 didn't have the same production numbers as The Big Three, so while Ford's F-Series was developing into one of the best-selling vehicles in the USA, this was ensuring rarity with only about 12k built in 1977. And you'll love this truck for more than just rarity. It shows all signs of being an original Honcho, and it was restored in 2014 with proper care. That means glossy black paint with the gold accenting on top. Jeep was quite intricate with this full package. You see that on the extra gold pinstriping on the sides and tailgate. Plus, there's a well-coordinated white that starts by surrounding the gold on the sides, and it continues with the wheels, tailgate lettering, rear step bumper, and roll bar mounted in the bed. Plus, there's still plenty of utility within all this style thanks to liner paint in the bed, wide trailering mirrors, full-size spare, and all those KC lights on top.
The Honcho also got one of the coolest interiors around. AMC partners with Levi's to deliver an awesome and durable denim style. You'll love this look on everything, right down to the button-top presentation on the seats and doors. Plus, this is built to be a comfortable truck with a fold-down center armrest, wide Wagoneer-style dash, air conditioning, and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo w/USB input for your phone. Plus, the Hurst floor shifter is a nice indicator that you'll like what's under the hood.
The Jeep/AMC 360 cubic-inch V8 has been a long-standing powerhouse utilized by some legendary vehicles. This one has been treated with good care, including being taken out and overhauled during restoration. So not only did they paint the motor to make it look nice, but also they let it inhale deeper with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor. The Hedman headers allow it to exhale with added power, and the three-speed manual transmission put you in full control over it all. That's the kind of stout setup you want for off-road work, and that's perfect for this lifted 4x4. But even if you just stay on the pavement, the power steering and power brakes w/discs up front make this truck a fine anytime choice.
Complete with owner's manual, this is a distinctive pickup inside and out. So if you love a classic 4x4 that knows how to turn heads, call today!
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