1983 Jeep Cherokee Chief

1983 Jeep Cherokee Chief
The Jeep Wagoneer, in production since 1963, was supplied in both two- and four-door versions, but it was the four-door that transported in the most consumers. To aid pull brand-new consumers, Jeep supplied a brand-new take on the two-door for 1974 the Cherokee. Two years later, the fair Jeep Cherokee of all knocked car merchants. Its name, Cherokee Chief, was recited out in battleful black designs all over the body.


1983 Jeep Cherokee Chief


But unlike many exclusive impressions of the 1970s, the Cherokee Chief encase some actual automatic enhances. To enhance the SUV’s performance on both street and path, engineers increased the front and breed Dana 44 shafts by about six inches, giving large steadiness and shaft pronunciation off-street. Gangling and beamy 10-15 Goodyear tires were covered around 15-by-8.0-inch white-spoke wheels and battleful shapes been the wheel writers. The gigantic engine accessible was the resolute AMC 401-cubic-inch V-8. In the early 80s, Jeep extended its benefactions to include a four-door Chief with narrow-track shafts. The full-size Jeep Cherokee was regenerated in 1984 with the furloughed XJ version, by then, the Cherokee Chief had become so famous that Jeep supplied it on that version, too.