1977 Jeep CJ Golden Eagle

1977 Jeep CJ Golden Eagle
Jeep included chaotic graphics collections and distinctive editions with specific passion during the 1970s. The uncommon superior Jeep of 1973 was one of the early and increased impressive red, white and blue graphics to the CJ-5, but there was more to come. Jeep went more audacious for 1977 and created the Golden Eagle.


1977 Jeep CJ Golden Eagle

Every Golden Eagle wore an giant eagle on its hood. Golden Eagle Jeeps all had gold trim and gold wheels, outstanding if you desired the cognition of a Trans Am but wanted to go off-road. The Golden Eagle collection could be enlisted to the CJ-5 as well as the longer-wheelbase CJ-7, as a stride up from the Renegade. Mechanically, the Golden Eagle could be optioned with Jeep’s straight-six motor or the AMC 304-cubic-inch V-8. The Golden Eagle collection was not limited to the CJ but could be increased to J-series pickup trucks as well as the Cherokee. The most popular Golden Eagle CJ was Dixie. In 1980, Jeep increased the even more uncommon Golden Hawk version to the roll, but it had far mellower graphics.